Acutech Announces the World’s 1st Hybrid Ports/Power Bank

Press Release updated: Oct 24, 2017 10:11 PDT

Acutech announces the launch of Woobiibox, the world’s 1st hybrid ports/power bank, in order to allow all consumers with MacBook, Chromebook and other USB-C laptops to take advantage of all the benefits of USB-C ports.

Addressing the limited port options and lack of USB-C charging for laptops, Acutech combines the USB-C hub and power bank into one power-packed device Woobiibox, your ultimate on the go companion which can power 3 devices simultaneously while delivering HD video and acting as an external storage.

“USB-C is really a ground-breaking invention, and the FUTURE,” said Alex, Founder of Acutech, “we wanted to let the users experience the full features of USB-C by inventing a device that supports all aspects of USB-C and acts as a perfect companion to it.”

As the world’s first hybrid ports/power bank, Woobiibox includes the following features:

  • 5-in-1 Hub with HDMI and SD Card Reader. With 1 USB-C, 2 USB-A 3.0, 1 HDMI, 1 SD card reader, Woobiibox allows file transfer, charging and video output at the fastest speed possible.
  • Latest Power Delivery Technology for USB-C, which powers all your latest gadgets like phone, tablet, laptop and other handheld devices at a lightning fast speed, as well as supports iPhone 8/X fast charge.
  • High Efficiency Pass Through Charging, so that it can charge other devices and being charged simultaneously.
  • Portable in both size and weight, Woobiibox packs the 16000 mAh power into a portable size with a mere weight of 450g.

Woobiibox has been live on Indiegogo now, starting at $139. You can visit here for more information:

Source: Acutech

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