Subsidiary of Samsung and specialist in electronics, Harman launches its brand of recharging solutions called InfinityLab. It has the particularity of being eco-responsible, offering products made of 90% recycled plastic, and contained in plastic-free packaging, printed with soy ink on FSC-certified paper.
Harman InfinityLab InstantGo 5000/10000, USB-C or Lightning
It takes advantage of gallium nitride (GaN) technology, allowing adapters to be reduced in size, and offers temperature control as well as protection against short circuits, overloads, overcurrents and overvoltages. InfinityLab InstantGo Power Banks come in 5000 and 10000 versions, numbers that correspond to their respective capacity in milliamp-hours (mAh). They offer a respective output power of 18 W and 30 W and are available in wired USB-C/Lightning, or wireless in the Qi standard.
Voices over to Richard Metcalfe, Chief Innovation Officer at Harman International
“Harman is proud to have InfinityLab among its innovative brands today and to enter the charging solutions industry,” said Richard Metcalfe, Chief Innovation Officer, Harman International. At Harman, innovation is at the heart of our products and InfinityLab offers the most advanced technologies on the market. Today, consumers want to be able to charge their devices in a more environmentally friendly way and we are proud to be able to offer portable charging solutions in our product range”.
Indicative price: from €39.99 to €79.99 depending on model.