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Zendure’s Passport III is a 65W GaN charger and travel adapter

Accessory maker, Zendure has just launched their latest Kickstarter for their new Passport III charger.

The Passport III combines the power output of a 65W USB charger plus a travel adapter to be used in different countries.

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Like some newer USB-C chargers, Passport III has GaN technology (also known as Gallium Nitride). GaN can provide faster charging speeds with producing less heat and can make chargers even smaller.

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The front of the of the charger you’ll find your universal outlets, which supports up to 250V/AC or 10A max.

To the right side is the USB-C1 port that provides the full 65W charging speeds to charge up items like a laptop, tablet or phone if it supports fast charging speeds. The side USB-C port also support 45W PPS charging for items like the Samsung Galaxy phones or Nintendo Switch.

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On the bottom, you’ll find one USB-A port and three additional USB-C ports, all four of these bottom ports have a shared 15W output.

On the back of the device is where you’ll find all the different prongs to different international outlets such as type A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O.

Zendure says the Passport III should work in over 200 countries and regions.

To protect your devices, the Passport III has a 10 amp auto-resetting fuse.

The charge also comes in three colours, blue, purple and black. You’ll be able to pick you colour via a survey sent out at after the end of the campaign.

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The Zendure Passport III Kickstarter has a couple of reward tiers:

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The Kickstart launches today and rewards should start shipping in March if all goes well.

Source: Zendure on Kickstarter

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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