One of the obstacles that often experienced smartphone users when carrying a charger is the size that is considered too large. Therefore, power banks often become an alternative to charging.
But a company from the United States has just introduced a head charger with a very thin size. Charger named This Kado has a thickness of only 7mm, or the equivalent of three credit cards stacked.
Kado claimed to be the world’s thinnest charger. Not only a compact size, this charger is also equipped with a number of features to facilitate users.
One of them is Quic kCharge 2.1A support which enables faster charging of devices. The charger is supplied with user-customizable cable devices, from USB Type-C, micro USB, including the Apple Lightning Port.
Given Kado is a charger, users still need to connect it to a power source. To meet the needs of users, Kado is prepared in two variants and adjusted to the outlet in each country.
Currently, Kado is still doing a fundraiser in Kickstarter. The plan, this accessory will begin shipping in December 2017. Kado priced at US $39 and US $44 if coupled with a special clip.
For information, Kado was developed by a team from Moobego. The company is known for its portable battery products used for both Android and iOS smartphones.