KableCARD Universal Charger

May 1, 2018

Category: Tech

It is way too easy to let your phone die even when you have easy access to power. Simply grabbing the wrong cord or not having one of those newfangled thunderbolt ports can leave you up a river without a paddle. Von Card is trying to make that process a bit less cumbersome with their KableCARD.

At just about the size of a credit card, this simple gadget holds all of the most frequently used cables for charging your devices including USB type A, B and C, as well as Micro USB and even wireless charging. Despite its slim, low-profile design the KableCARD has enough room to store two SIM cards, and a SIM card ejector – ideal for those who travel often between countries. And to top it off, the KableCARD also functions as a phone cradle for propping up your smartphone while you watch movies. So long as we live in a world where you need dongles and connectors an arms-length away at all times, this seems like an essential gadget for travel.

Kickstarter: $40+

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