Hyper Launches 27,000 mAh 245W Battery Pack for $149

Known for its range of battery pack options and other Apple accessories, Hyper just recently launched its newest products, the HyperJuice 245W USB-C Battery Pack and 245W GaN charger.

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Hyper says that the 245W GaN Charger and Battery Pack are more powerful than four 61W chargers because at 245W, it's capable of charging up to four laptops at the same time.

The Battery Pack features four 100W USB-C ports and it can provide a maximum of 245W for various devices. So you can charge four 61W MacBook Pro models all at the same time, or do a 16-inch MacBook Pro, an iPad, an iPhone, and another accessory all at full charging speeds.

It's a 100Wh battery so though it provides up to 245W, it can still be brought on an airplane. The Battery Pack has enough juice to charge a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air up to two times with 27,000mAh capacity.

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A built-in OLED display lets you know your battery status, providing real-time battery information like charging status, capacity, time to recharge, and the power being drawn from each port.

With the 245W GaN charger or any 100W USB-C PD charger, the battery pack can be charged up in as little as an hour.

Hyper is offering the new products on Indiegogo, and pricing for the battery pack starts at $149, while pricing on the 245W GaN charger starts at $99. A combo deal is available with Hyper offering both the battery pack and charger for $239.

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Top Rated Comments

triton100 Avatar
36 months ago
Really surprised that macrumours is promoting a Kickstarter campaign like this. This company are notoriously bad. Check out the hundreds of disgruntled users with faulty products and no recourse. Shame on you macrumours.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
xmlninja Avatar
36 months ago
I backed 2 hyper campaigns before. The products came but not in time. This was in the beginning of the pandemic though to their defense. However as many other points out the products didnt live up to the expactions. It looks good on paper and in their video ads. They do what they can to make you believe this is something you need.

Proceed with caution. You have been warned.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
likegadgets Avatar
36 months ago

This might replace my plugbug duo for travelling. I don't really trust crowdfunded products though, they're usually scams
Hyper has been on the crowdfunding space for a while. They have mastered it. The soured me to crowdfunding when the sold their USB C high end hubs. The advertising was in my, and many others who commented, deceptive as to functionality. The devices were fault when shipped. You had no recourse because they would respond "this is not a purchase, it is backing a product" the crowdsourcing company would wash their hands. I do not plan to back any crowdsourcing. When the product is available via a reliable vendor such as Amazon, I will consider it. At least there is recourse.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mannyvel Avatar
36 months ago
I've started using battery packs in the field because, well, you're in the field and there's no plug for miles around. Not these specific batteries obviously, but - they aren't just for airplane use.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
adamjackson Avatar
36 months ago
Now I just need 3 more MacBooks.

Cool that this exists though for someone.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
likegadgets Avatar
36 months ago
Except for their 100 GaN charger, other Hyper products (mainly their hubs) were faulty and the company unresponsive. I stay away from Hyper products though the "specs" on paper look nice. These are bulky items. I do not see them being useful for travel. But the specs for the AC adapter would work for a remote office I travel to, are interesting. I will wait and see what Anker comes up with for the new MBPs.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)