Juice up fast anywhere and anytime with SCOSCHE's new Power Delivery products

Scosche Powervolt 30w Pd Ac Dc Travel Charger
Scosche Powervolt 30w Pd Ac Dc Travel Charger (Image credit: SCOSCHE)

What you need to know

  • SCOSCHE has unveiled a new line of Power Delivery chargers and battery packs.
  • All of these new chargers will be launching around Spring 2022.
  • Prices range from $30 to $80.

SCOSCHE, the brand known for car mounts and audio products, is launching a new lineup of Power Delivery chargers and power banks. First announced at CES 2022 in Las Vegas, these new chargers are just a part of SCOSCHE's growing family of power products.

Scosche Powervolt Pd30 Mini

Scosche Powervolt Pd30 Mini (Image credit: SCOSCHE)

The first new accessory is the PowerVolt PD30 Mini Home Charger. This charger is in the shape of a small cube, making it compact enough for taking with you anywhere, whether it's at home or in the office. But don't be fooled by the small size — this cube can charge devices up to four times faster than other standard chargers, and you can use it not just your best iPhone, but your favorite tablet, camera, and even laptop. Thanks to the tiny size, the PowerVolt PD30 Mini can fit in any power outlet or power strip and it comes in black or white. The PowerVolt PD30 Mini also uses Programmable Power Supply (PPS), which is the latest Power Delivery specification from the USB Implementers Forum. This means you get a faster and cooler charging cycle, which also equates to better battery health when charging. PowerVolt PD30 will launch in late Winter/Spring 2022 at select retailers and directly from SCOSCHE for just $29.99.

Scosche 4 Port Pd Hub

Scosche 4 Port Pd Hub (Image credit: SCOSCHE)

Next is the 4-Port Power Delivery Hub, which is perfect when you need to charge multiple devices at the same time but with different power levels. With this hub, you're getting 72W divided between four charging ports, and the hub will adapt to the specific needs of each device. On the hub, there is a section for 60W total, but with three ports. If you just plug in one device, that will get the full 60W of power. If there are two plugged in to that section, each gets 30W. When you have all three ports used up, each device gets 20W. The fourth port is a 12W USB-A port, which is meant for an iPhone or other small device. The 4-Port Power Delivery Hub comes with a StickGrip base that keeps it in place on a flat surface, and it comes in black or white color options. It launches in Spring 2022 directly from SCOSCHE and other retailers and will be $79.99.

Scosche Gobat 10k Portable Power Bank

Scosche Gobat 10k Portable Power Bank (Image credit: SCOSCHE)

For those who need to do a lot of traveling, the PowerVolt 30W Power Delivery AC-DC Travel Charger is the way to go. This is the ultimate travel accessory that packs a lot of power in a portable package, as it is only 68-by-68-by-23 mm. With the AC-DC Travel Charger, you can plug it into a vehicle's 12V DC outlet with the fold-out car charger, or into a standard wall outlet with the fold-out prongs. And since you can use it in outlets with 100 to 240 volts, it's truly a traveling charger. You'll get 30W of USB-C Power Delivery, which should be more than enough to rapidly charge up your iPhone, iPad, or Nintendo Switch. PowerVolt 30W Power Delivery AC-DC Travel Charger will be available in Spring 2022 from SCOSCHE and retailers for $44.99.

Finally, the GoBat 10K - Portable Power Bank is a compact solution for charging on-the-go. It packs in a 10000mAh Lithium-Polymer battery, and has two charging ports: a 20W USB-C and a 12W USB-A. SCOSCHE also includes a 12-inch USB-C to USB-C charging cable for charging up, and the LED battery indicator tells you how much juice is left. The GoBat 10K will be available in Spring 2022 for $54.99.

Christine Chan

Christine Romero-Chan was formerly a Senior Editor for iMore. She has been writing about technology, specifically Apple, for over a decade at a variety of websites. She is currently part of the Digital Trends team, and has been using Apple’s smartphone since the original iPhone back in 2007. While her main speciality is the iPhone, she also covers Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac when needed.

When she isn’t writing about Apple, Christine can often be found at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, as she is a passholder and obsessed with all things Disney, especially Star Wars. Christine also enjoys coffee, food, photography, mechanical keyboards, and spending as much time with her new daughter as possible.