CES 2017: Kanex news includes gamepad, Apple Watch portable battery keychain and more

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 is taking place in Las Vegas (United States) and we are connected to the news that appears there. THE Kanex It was one of the companies that announced some great news.

To the general delight of not (or at least not gamers), the company presented to the public the GoPlay Sidekickis an MFi wireless controller compatible with Apple TV, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Kanex GoPlay Sidekick Control

O gamepad Connects via Bluetooth 4.0 and offers up to 20 hours in game. It is compatible with most App Store games that support the use of controls. In addition, the case used to store it also serves as a stand for iPhones. It will be available for purchase in February for $ 60. Who wants to give me a gift with him, I will not refuse (hoho). 😝

Another new feature presented by Kanex was a line of chargers for Apple Watch. Like the GoPower Watch Portable Battery ($ 100), announced at CES 2016 and effectively launched in August, all new line options GoPower work with the clock through magnetic induction charging technology.

Kanex GoPower Batteries

O GoPower Watch Stand ($ 80) A magnetic charging cradle that has an extra USB port to simultaneously charge other devices. J o GoPower Watch Mini ($ 60) A (quite) portable battery option to recharge your Apple Watch. It comes attached to a key ring and can recharge your watch with a full charge, releasing 1,000mAh. Both will be available in February this year.

But it didn't end up there! Kanex also announced that it will be presenting at CES its new line of Thunderbolt 3 adapters to meet the need for new MacBooks Pro.

Kanex Thunderbolt3 Adapters

The first option is a power adapter. Thunderbolt 3.0 for eSATAwhich also includes a USB 3.0 port and will soon be available for purchase for $ 130. O Travel dock ($ 150) helps you connect a Thunderbolt 3 to two HDMI ports, one USB-A, one Gigabit Ethernet, and one USB-C port for data transfer and charging. J the new ones Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C cables they achieve 40Gbps throughput, which is enough to connect MBPs to the new LG UltraFine 4K and 5K monitors at 60Hz. The cables will have options of $ 30 (50cm) and $ 70 (2 meters).

(via MacRumors: 1, 2; Apple World Today)