Their popular Hypercore line is known not only for their distinctive logos, but also their informative LCD screens which display your remaining power.  The updated batteries feature D-taps, are air-transportable and will ship in June for $290.

Switronix also showed us the year-old Hypercore Prime, a 200W battery that has the ability to separate in half to satisfy flight regulations. Lastly, we caught a glimpse at the HyperCine-X, an updated version of their HyperCine charger. It supports up to 4 block batteries and allows direct XLR powering off multiple batteries simultaneously for increased voltage output. 

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