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RapidX MyPort Three-in-One Wireless Charging System Ideal for On-the-Go AV Professionals



The advancements that we’ve seen during the last decade with portable smart devices like smartphones, tablets, smart watches, wireless ear buds, notebooks and laptops have empowered AV professionals and prosumers to be more productive, creative, efficient and mobile. The continual progress of camera/lens technology, CPU/AV codec and production application software for the latest generation of smartphones and tablets, coupled with feature rich production/post-production software for notebooks and laptops, and add-on accessories like gimbal mounts, video/audio rigs, lens, lighting and microphone assemblies, etc., are blurring the lines between consumer and semi-pro devices. Moreover, these advancements have made a dramatic impact on how fast a video can be produced; the continual reduction in production cost, and the resultant creative output quality that continues to increase. It’ll be interesting to see in the coming years what can be accomplished with handheld smart devices and accessories with increased processing power, storage, software, battery and optical technologies.

At least for now, one limiting factor in this utopian vision is how to keep your battery ‘conveniently’ charged whether at home, in the office or on-the-go for those perfect video shoot moments. It’s rare for a ‘consumer’ company to have come up with a charging solution that fits the hectic pace of an AV professional, but RapidX, a pioneering innovator of high-quality wired and wireless charging technologies, has unveiled a unique wireless charging system, called MyPort that seems ideal to address this challenge.

MyPort is an ingeniously designed three-in-one wireless charging system that integrates a wireless charger, power bank, and stand for iOS, Android and other Qi-enabled devices.









MyPort features three charging options, integrating a phone stand, power bank, and wireless charger all in one sleek, elegant, compact design. When at home or in the office, just prop an iPhone, Android, or other Qi-enabled device on the base stand to effortlessly charge the device. The Qi-certified stand simultaneously provides easy, hands-free viewing and wireless charging of the mobile device and power bank. The wireless power bank can charge flat or at an upward angle, doubling as a stand for easy viewing of your mobile phone. During phone-in-stand mode, the portable battery power bank is continuously charging. When travelling, the rugged power bank easily detaches from the stand to use MyPort as an on-the-go portable power platform.

The portable wireless power bank brings along a 10,000 mAh Qi-certified 10W wireless battery with 18W USB-C and USB-A ports to supply power for both your wireless and wired devices.

Main Features:

– 10,000 mAh / 37 Wh battery capacity
– Qi-certified wireless charging & 2 USB ports
– Use MyPort as a power bank or wireless charging stand
– 1x USB-C PD 18W (input & output)
– 1x standard USB port 18W
– Rubberized matte black finish
– Fast charge iPhone & Android devices with USB-C port
– 10W wireless charging


MyPort is compatible with most of today’s popular Qi-wireless  charging enabled devices from manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung, Google, LG, Motorola, Sony, Huawei, Xiaomi and more. MyPort retails for $79.99 and will be released by the first week of October of 2019.

Curtis Chan

Curtis Chan

Curtis Chan is President and CEO/Founder and Managing Partner of two high technology Brand Marketing and Public Relations companies, CHAN & ASSOCIATES and COGNITIVE IMPACT, whose clients range from the Global Fortune 500 to venture capital funded startups.

His agencies’ services, for over two decades, have helped garner early stage and growth companies significant brand exposure, resulting in either acquisition or IPO, with a total valuation of over $2.0 Billion.

Mr. Chan is a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, author and angel investor. He played key executive roles early on in helping to usher in both digital audio and digital video technologies for the recording, broadcast and post production industries. His expansive background spans over three decades in ever increasing executive roles in operations, business development, engineering and sales/marketing in the information technology, media & entertainment, storage and networking, and other related high technology industries. He is an active mentor and senior advisor to many established and start-up companies, a market/technology analyst, and has over two decades of experience in brand development, management consulting / company turnarounds, creative advertising and public relations.

A graduate of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Mr. Chan is celebrating his 13th year as Vice President of the Fullerton College Foundation, 18th year as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence and mentor for the Small Business Institute at California State University Fullerton and incubators. Additionally, he is a volunteer member of DECA (Delta Epsilon Chi and Distributive Education Clubs of America); an advisor to the College of Engineering's Global Waste Research Institute, incubator mentor, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and a member of the President’s Green and Gold Society. Passionate about hospice care, he was the past Board President for the Healing Hearts Association; and is a regularly featured speaker at many MBA and Doctorate level lectures around the country. He has presented and published over 30 papers worldwide, is a book co-author, an editorial board member for the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, Senior Editor for Broadcast Beat Magazine, past Senior Editor for Computer Technology Review, and is a regularly featured Contributing Editor to many US and international trade publications for over 30 years.

View Cognitive Impact services at www.cognitiveimpact.com. Curtis can be reached at curtis@cognitiveimpact.com; Office: (714) 447-4993 or curtis@broadcastbeat.com.
Curtis Chan