It seems like Pisen is planning to announce a new series of mobile phone charging products at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, along with some other products that we'll talk about later on. We have seen plenty of announcements at CES already, even though the show officially starts on January 9. In any case, Pisen has been in the mobile accessories game for quite some time now, it has released its first power bank 13 years ago, and these new, upcoming chargers will offer Quick Charging 3.0 technology, at least some of them, read on.
Pisen also said that its upcoming chargers will be compatible with USB Power Delivery (USB-PD). In addition to all that, the company's CEO, Mr. Zhao, said that 99 percent of all power banks are made in China, and that the company is looking to innovate every step of the way. Now, in addition to portable chargers, the company will also announce a wireless charging pad, which will offer fast charging with 5V/1.5A input and 5V/1A output. This charger will weigh only 72.5 grams, says the company, as it will be around 7mm thin. The company's wireless charger will also sport LED indicator lights, which will indicate charging status, as expected. New Pisen-branded power strips are also coming, along with 10,000mAh power banks and cables. On top of all that, the company is planning to announce both wireless and wired headsets at this year's CES, so there's plenty to look forward to it seems.
Now, it seems like Pisen has some serious plans regarding global expansion, as the company is planning to bring its products to 'all mainstream e-commerce platforms in 2018'. The company is already selling its products on Amazon, eBay, AliExpress, and Wish, that all started last year, and further expansion plans seem to be in place. That is more or less all the info that the company shared thus far, along with the featured image that is included above this article, which presumably shows off the company's both existing and upcoming devices. More details regarding Pisen's upcoming products will follow in the coming days, so stay tuned for that.