Zendure Passport GO GaN Hands-on Review: The Ultimate Global Travel Adapter
Our exclusive look at the upcoming Zendure Passport GO GaN (engineering sample). It features a USB-C PD (Power Delivery) port in addition to three USB-A ports. With an auto-resetting fuse and 30W USB PD fast charging powered by GaN technology, it is the most advanced global travel adapter. You can grab it now on Kickstarter for $39 (retail $59).
Our exclusive hands-on video.
Simply push and slide the buttons.
One USB-C port which supports 20V 1.5A 30W max charging, and three USB-A ports that each support 5V 2.4A 12W max charging.
It has auto auto-resetting fuse built-in, and plugs work in more than 200 countries and regions.
The Passport GO GaN can accept type A, B, C, E, F, G, I, J, K, L and N plugs with its universal socket.
The USB-C port is charging the iPhone XS Max at 9.30V 2.06A 19.13W, under USB PD fast charging protocol.
The USB-C port is charging the iPad Pro 2019 11-inch at 15.23V 1.81A 27.56W, under USB PD fast charging protocol.
The USB-C port is charging the MacBook Pro 13.3-inch at 20.12V 1.14A 22.96W, under USB PD fast charging protocol.
The USB-A port is charging the iPhone XS Max at 4.98V 1.94A 9.68W, under Apple 2.4A protocol.
It can charge four devices at the same time.
We are very impressed by the Passport GO GaN by Zendure. It is good-looking, well-made, robust, and can charge all your gadgets including phones, tablets, and even laptops. The retail price is 59 US Dollars which is a little on the high side, but for seasoned travelers who want to simplify their gears, it is a perfect solution. Please subscribe to our Youtube channel for more videos coming soon.
Could you test the max output of Type C PD port when 1 (2, and 3) USB A port is plugged in and draw maximum 2.4A per type A port.
@Le Huy Dung： When we have our retail unit, sir.