Apollo has introduced a new Graphene Battery USB-C PD Power Bank and the best part of it is that it charges within 20 minutes. It's the world's first USB-C power bank to get charged so quickly. Currently, is through Kickstarter round of funding. It is ready to be set on and be used at any place.
It has the USB C PD technology and supports the charge till 60W. If you are using USB-C 60 W adapter 6000 mAh can be fully charged in 20 minutes.
Again the Super Fast Charging with the adapter of MacBook Pro 13" 60W is another vital thing to be noted. The product supports Power Delivery 3 protocol. The same is compatible with USB C power adapters of Nintendo Switch, Apple MacBook, Lenovo laptop, Dell laptop or HP laptop.
The old laptop chargers or Adapters can also be charged with the Anywatt adaper (another product from Apollo) to charge Apollo. It also supports 40W USB C PD output.
Apart from this, it supports the latest iPhone 8 or iPhone X or any other gadget with USB Type-C. If you need the perfect fast charging solution for iPhone X or iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, then Apollo should be your companion.
Apollo's latest development is based on the feedback of 3rd generation development and version of the battery cell will be optimized based on the Gen 3rd. By the time Apollo power bank is ready, it will be in its fourth generation and could achieve 7000 mAh, which actually would be shipped to customers.
Graphene battery with one of the latest chipset called 8805 has achieved 0-100% charging within 27 minutes. Usually, it takes 3-4 min to power up, 20 min to charge about 98% and 99-100% will take 4 min.
The temperature rise is less when there is super fast charging, hence, it is safer, and cell swelling and burning issues that would be a threat.
As there were issues found in the context the Charging Rate from 60C to 10C and Higher Capacity from 2400 mAh to 6000 mAh in the Same size, post which the latest battery cell was in mass production in January 2017 and the company designed the Gen 3rd Power Pack.
This charging concept would make it easy for the usage of the technicalities with the freedom of usage.
Do you think it's a good time to say goodbye to power banks which usually takes 6-8 hours to achieve full charging?