At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Goal Zero revealed upgraded variations of a number of of its fashionable moveable chargers, together with its Yeti power stations and its Sherpa battery packs. These new fashions retain the performance of the unique variations, whereas including helpful options that ought to make it simpler for out of doors adventurers, overlanders, and vacationers to maintain their cell units charged whereas on the go.
Dubbed the Yeti 1400 Lithium v2 and Yeti 3000 Lithium v2, the 2 new items will make their debut in March and promote for $1,800 and $three,000, respectively. Both fashions will provide the identical degree of efficiency by way of weight and energy output as the current Yeti models, however may also ship with functioning Wi-Fi out of the field. Bluetooth connectivity is promised for later within the yr, with each sorts of networking giving customers the flexibility to attach on to their Yeti power stations utilizing an iOS or Android machine. An upcoming Goal Zero app will give customers the flexibility to verify the present cost degree, intently monitor the well being of the batteries, and management the output of energy.
“The Goal Zero app and Yeti Lithium Portable Power Station v2s with built-in Wi-Fi makes portable power simple to manage and easily accessible,” Goal Zero’s common supervisor Bill Harmon stated in a press release. “The ability to control outputs and check power levels is an additional layer of security and comfort to consumers who rely on undisrupted power for their essential needs.”
In addition to the upgraded Yeti energy stations, the corporate additionally confirmed off two new variations of its Sherpa battery packs, each of which now embrace built-in charging cables. The Sherpa 15 Power Bank incorporates a three,800 mAh battery and comes with each Apple Lightning and normal micro USB cables. Meanwhile, the Sherpa 40 features a 12,000 mAh battery and provides a USB-C cable to the combo.
The two new battery packs are additionally scheduled to begin delivery in March. The Sherpa 15 will carry a $50 price ticket, whereas the Sherpa 40 will promote for $80.
For extra data, go to the Goal Zero website.