Similar to its predecessors, Passport Go started from Kickstarter where it raised a total of US$271,092 from 5,323 backers out of their initial goal of US$30,000.
Zendure SuperTank & SuperPort 4 started out from a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$380,943 out of their initial goal of US$30,000 from 3,293 backers.
It was successfully funded on 6th March 2019. The product was shipped on 19th August 2019, and I received it on 27th August 2019.
It officially retails for CN¥149 (S$30).
Choetech 15W Wireless Charger Stand comes with two wireless charging coils, and hence you can place your mobile phone in either portrait or landscape. It comes with the usual over-charging and over-temperature protection.
If you get it from Lazada Singapore, it comes with a non-removable UK plug head instead of a US plug head which is indicated in the product description.
Both sizes come in a pack of ten and each pack retails for CN¥9.90 (S$2). That works out to be only S$0.20 for each battery.
It was my first time to Shanghai, China, for a business trip, and I decided to pop by the Mi Store (小米之家) at Pearl of the Orient (东方明珠).
Bought the third generation of the Xiaomi Mi 10,000mAh Power Bank from Lazada during their mid-year festival flash sale where it retails for just S$19.90 down from their normal price of S$28. Shipping within Singapore is an additiona S$1.49.
The official retail price of the power bank in China is CN¥129 (S$26).
Choetech is no newcomer to dual wireless charging pads. I have been using the Choetech USB-C Dual 5W Wireless Charging Pad in the office, and it is still serving well.
There are two variants of the Nomad Base Station. Hub Edition and Apple Watch Edition.
The difference between the Hub Edition and the Apple Watch Edition is the former includes a 7.5W USB-A port and an 18W USB-C PD port to charge an additional two devices, while the later, only consists of an Apple Watch charger.