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Infinity Lab, Harman’s New Sub-Brand, Manufactures Charging Accessories From Recyclable Materials

Infinity Lab, Harman's New Sub-Brand, Manufactures Charging Accessories From Recyclable Materials

Harmon, the Samsung-owned corporation behind Harmon Cordon, JBL, AKG, and many other audio brands, has announced a new brand, Infinity Lab, which focuses on charging accessories and speakerphones.If you think the accessory market is already saturated, Harman does not agree with you.

The Infinity Lab brand is a sister company of Infinity, one of Harman’s most famous subsidiaries.The new accessories manufacturer has already announced a wide range of products, including gan chargers, power banks, wireless chargers and a speakerphone.

Infinity Lab says the products are built on three principles: sustainability, purposeful design and innovative technology.

The Harman claims that its products and packaging are made from recyclable materials.  It claims that its power banks, chargers and speakerphone are made of 90% recycled plastic and that its charging cables are made from recycled polyester yarn.  Its packaging is also plastic-free, and each package is slim to make shipping more efficient.

Every Infinity Lab product has a signature design — a neon green accent that appears on all its products and sets them apart from all the boring black and white accessories.  It also claims that its power banks and chargers are designed to be slim and lightweight.

When it comes to current offers, Infinity Lab’s power banks start at 5000mAh and sell under the InstantGo line with capacities up to 10000mAh.  Some models have built-in cables, and buyers can opt for USB-C and Lightning cables.  All existing power banks support 18W or 30W power delivery.  Prices range from $ 49.95 to $ 79.95.

For its chargers, the 20W USB-C PD Instant Charger starts at $ 19.95, while the Instant Charger 100W with four ports and swappable plug-ins costs up to $ 79.95.

The $ 129.95 Infinity Lab Clear Call speakerphone connects to your computer or phone. It has four 360º field microphones that can pick up voice from anywhere in the room, connect to your PC via Bluetooth 5.0 or USB, and extend battery life up to 24 hours on a single charge. If your phone has a low battery, the speakerphone can share some juice from its 6500mAh battery with your phone, however it can charge to a maximum of 10W.

All of these products are listed on the manufacturer’s website, so you can proceed to check them out.

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Written by Shahina P


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