The new Goal Zero Sherpa 100 power banks have been debuted as a ranging of charging solutions for consumers to use when hitting the road for long or short stints. The range includes the 100AC and the 100PD, which are both characterized by their airline-approved capacity that will still meet the demands of even the most power-hungry laptop. The batteries are capable of supporting USB-A and USB-C connections, while the built-in display allows users to monitor the output, remaining charge level and much more.
The Goal Zero Sherpa 100 power banks are priced starting at $199.95 and maintain a streamlined design that will meet the demands of any professional or tech enthusiast alike. The power banks are relatively lightweight to ensure they don't add too much additional heft to one's everyday carry (EDC).
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The Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Power Banks Come in Two Models
1. Airline-approved Power Banks - Increasing demand for airline-approved power banks with high-capacity options presents an opportunity for businesses to produce more efficient and versatile power bank models.
2. USB-C Ready Power Banks - As more devices continue to transition to USB-C connectivity, there is a disruptive innovation opportunity to manufacture power banks that are exclusively designed for such devices in diverse industries ranging from mobile devices to personal computing.
3. Streamlined Design Power Banks - Streamlined design power bank models have become popular because they offer the convenience of carrying large-capacity batteries without adding too much weight to one's everyday carry. This presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for businesses to develop even more compact and portable power bank models for tech enthusiasts and business professionals who are always on the go.
1. Consumer Electronics Industry - The consumer electronics industry stands to benefit from the increasing demand for airline-approved power banks with high-capacity options by producing more efficient and versatile power bank models to target tech enthusiasts and business professionals.
2. Airline Industry - With the demand for airline-approved power banks on the rise, the airline industry can partner with power bank manufacturers to integrate the power banks into their inflight services and offer them to passengers as an additional onboard service.
3. Personal Computing Industry - As more devices continue to transition to USB-C connectivity, the personal computing industry can benefit by manufacturing power banks that are exclusively designed for USB-C devices, providing users with more versatile and efficient charging options.