CES 2024: Hyper Launches 4-in-1 Qi2 Charging Stand, New Power Banks and More

Hyper has a range of new products coming out this year, with many of the additions previewed this week at CES. The $150 HyperJuice 4-in-1 Qi2 Stand has a 15W magnetic wireless charging surface that is able to charge a MagSafe iPhone at up to 15W.

hyperjuice qi2 charger
It's also equipped with a 5W Apple Watch charger, a dedicated charging spot for the AirPods, and a fourth wireless charging spot for other accessories. The stand, which folds down when not in use, will come out in the second quarter of 2024.

Hyper is also working on a foldable Qi2 Puck Stand and Apple Watch charger. Priced at $120, it too can charge an ‌iPhone‌ at up to 15W, with a 2.5W charger available for the Apple Watch. It is set to come out in Q2 2024 as well.

hyperjuice qi2 foldable charger
Hyper has a $130 Qi2 10,000mAh Power Bank coming in the second quarter of the year, with the power bank able to magnetically connect to an ‌iPhone‌ for charging on the go. It includes a 20W charging port as well, with the port providing both input and output power.

hyperjuice qi2 battery pack
Other new products coming from Hyper include a tiny 5,000mAh Capsule Power Bank with integrated cables, a compact 20,000mAh USB-C Power Bank, a 100W multi-port HyperJuice wall charger that can charge up to four devices at once, and a Thunderbolt 5 dock with triple 4K144Hz extended display support, 140W pass-through power delivery, and more.

More information on Hyper's CES announcements can be found on the Hyper website.

Top Rated Comments

jimthing Avatar
19 weeks ago
Such ridiculous prices.

Qi2 products are supposed to be significantly cheaper than licensed from Apple 'Made for MagSafe' ones, previously released that offer 15W. Yet these products are the same or more. Get stuffed Hyper.
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AdriftAtlas Avatar
19 weeks ago
Any of it catch fire yet?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
AlastorKatriona Avatar
19 weeks ago
The thing all of these stands forget about is magnetic alignment for the AirPods charger. ESR has this on all of theirs and I'll never use anything else again. Fumbling with AirPods case looking for charging spot is for the birds. The magnetic alignment is a dream. Combined with the fact that ESR MagSafe charger has active cooling to keep the iPhone cool while wireless charging...really can't beat their products in this space, in my opinion.
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nutmac Avatar
19 weeks ago

Any of it catch fire yet?
It's not so much that Hyper's earlier hubs combusted in fire. It's how the company tried to cover up with poor customer service response. I will never forgive the company for that. Ditto for Samsung.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
x-evil-x Avatar
19 weeks ago
No idea why these companies expect people to pay these prices. 20-40$ charges seem normal. Do people actually buy chargers over 100$?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
likegadgets Avatar
19 weeks ago

It's not so much that Hyper's earlier hubs combusted in fire. It's how the company tried to cover up with poor customer service response. I will never forgive the company for that. Ditto for Samsung.
Or you can get a great design puck from twelve south now, a reliable a company with great customer service. Zero chance I will ever buy anything from Hyper. Buyer beware
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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