Today Razer unveiled a new way to get some juice into their Razer Blade Stealth laptop on the go, which has been widely criticized for its poor battery life.

To juice up the 12.5-inch laptop on the go, Razer has unveiled a new battery pack accessory that can extend the battery life of the Blade Stealth by up to 15 hours, but it can also be used by any laptop that is powered by a USB-C port, including Apple’s MacBook and MacBook Pro.

It has been designed with CNC-milled aluminum and features two USB-A ports for charging devices such as smartphones or tablets and another USB-C port for charging your laptop, or for smartphones or tablets that also use a USB-C port for charging.

It can charge up to three devices at the same time and features Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology to charge devices faster.

With this, it can add up to six hours of battery from less than two hours of charging according to Razer.

Razer says that they have optimized the bank to work with their own Blade Stealth, however, it could easily be used by and USB-C powered laptop.

It will be available for $149.99 in the US when it is launched, however, it’s not quite ready to be purchased just yet.

You can register your interest and find out more about it at the source link below while you wait.

Source: Razer

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