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Tech company Kado is aiming to revolutionize the charging of electronics with the introduction of a new charger small enough to fit inside your wallet.

Supposedly the world’s thinnest charger, the Kado Wallet is roughly the thickness of three credit cards stacked on top of each other. It comes with a 2-foot long retractable cord (with attachments for micro USB, Lightning or USB-C) and the foldable prongs can be interchanged depending on which region you’re charging in.

The charger is yet to go on sale, but Kado says it’s planning to launch the product (as well as a laptop equivalent called the Sleeve, pictured above in slide two) on Kickstarter in the near future for about $50. A full commercial rollout is expected in mid-2017.

Check out how the charger works in the video below.

In other news, the three color options and pricing of the Samsung Galaxy S8 have leaked.

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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