Kado Unveils World's Thinnest Charger at CES 2017

Posted on January 5, 2017

Kado unveiled two ultra slim chargers at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. They include a charger for smartphones and tablets called the Kado Wallet. They also introduced a charger for laptops called the Kado Sleeve.

The Kado Wallet is less than 0.2 inches thin. It features 2.1A fast charge and has folding prongs and a detachable cable unit. It is compatible with Android and iOS devices. The Kado Sleeve is slightly thicker at 0.3 inches thin. It can charge 2 devices at the same time and comes with a USB Type-C cable and a variety of changeable tips.

Tom's Guide reports that the smartphone charger is about as thick as three credit cards and fits in a wallet. The Kado Wallet is expected to be available in Spring 2017. Pricing has not yet been announced. You can find specs on the Kado website.

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