Harman Shows Off Its First Non-Audio Products in a New Sustainable Charging Line – Review Geek

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The InfinityLab GaN charger, portable power bank, and wireless speakerphone.
Harman InfinityLab

Popular audio brand Harman, maker of JBL speakers and headphones, is making its first foray into non-audio products with a line of new InfinityLab charging devices. All InfinityLab charging accessories are made from 90% recycled plastic and feature USB-C PD with efficient GaN charging technology.

Harman InfinityLab is starting things off with a GaN power adapter, portable power bank, wireless charger, and portable speakerphone (I guess Harman couldn’t help itself). Here’s the full lineup:

  • GaN Wall Chargers ($20+): These super-compact Gallium Nitride deliver between 20-watts and 100-watts of power via USB-C PD. They’d make a fantastic replacement for the bulky USB-C laptop charger you’re using today.
  • InstantStation Wireless Stand ($70): A sustainable wireless charging stand that delivers up to 15-watt Qi wireless charging or 30-watt charging through its integrated USB-C PD port.
  • Power Banks ($50+): These power banks offer 30-watt wired charging through a built-in USB-C cable or 10-watt Qi wireless charging (if you buy a bank with wireless charging support). All of these banks support pass-through charging so you can fill up your phone and power bank at the same time.
  • ClearCall Speakerphone ($130): Harman InfinityLab’s ClearCall speakerphone offers 24 hours of on-the-go talk time and connects to your phone or laptop via Bluetooth 5.0 or USB cable.

Harman’s InfinityLab charging accessories (and speakerphone) are available now on the company’s website and Amazon. Shipping is free from the InfinityLab site, by the way.


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