CES 2022: SuperBase Pro Power Station Takes Green Energy To Next Level
The green revolution just hit a new stride. Now you can grow your own “ZenForest” through the solar-friendly, ultra-flexible SuperBase Pro Power Station by Zendure, and recharge to near full capacity in just an hour.
Silicon Valley-based charging technology company Zendure will exhibit its latest product offering — the loT-fortified, fast-recharging Silicon power station — at CES 2022 in Las Vegas, from Jan. 5-8.
The theme for the outdoor consumer electronics company’s CES exhibit will be “Empowering Mobile Living,” with an immersive camping experience featuring the company’s SuperBase Pro Power Station in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
SuperBase Pro recently completed a successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo that raised over $1.3 million, according to the CES press release.
The solar-friendly power station has a 2,096Wh energy capacity and can deliver 2,000W of pure sine-wave AC power.
The SuperBase Pro Power Station boasts the ability to recharge to 80% in just one hour.
The design is intended to be both durable and portable, with a reinforced exterior shell, an extending handle, and industrial-grade wheels.
SuperBase Pro also features IoT (internet of things) capabilities, including GPS-powered theft prevention, remote management of multiple devices, status notifications, and social features.
Connectivity for these services can be achieved through Wi-Fi or 4G. SuperBase Pro can accept power from AC or DC solar panel systems.
Zendure also offers its own solar panels for users who are interested in sustainable energy.
When SuperBase Pro uses green energy, a companion App keeps track of the effective atmospheric carbon reduction, to grow the user's personal "ZenForest."
As the virtual forest grows, real trees are planted around the world on the user's behalf with OneTreePlanted.org.
Zendure is determined to plant 10 million trees by 2025.
Zendure’s exhibit in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center will be located at Booth #19031, near the entrance to the hall.