New Delhi, India, October 03, 2015: TP-LINK has launched the Portable Power Bank PB50, This devilishly handsome power bank resembles hip flask design which gives it a classy touch and professional feel altogether with 10000mAh capacity which will ensure that your smartphone charges 3~5 times, keeping your devices running all the time.
Considering today’s Smart world and portable devices we carry with us, a portable powerbank does come in handy and TP-LINK make sure to fulfil this requirement in more stylish and premium style ever. PB50 comes equipped with a chip to recognize users device, and delivering the maximum speed (up to 2A) required, whether iOS, Android or other USB-enabled devices.
For safety features PB50 comes equipped with Lithium polymer battery cells from LG which offers durability and heat resistance of batteries by applying nano ceramic coating and through reducing of short circuits inside the battery by using porous PO material with high ventilation. The TP-LINK PB50 Power Bank comes with 6 safety features which include: protection against short circuit, Over-current protection, Over-discharge, Over-Voltage, Over-charge and Over-heating. These are features which must be considered while purchasing a Power Bank and TP-LINK has certainly met all the pre-requisites for a reliable Power Bank with the PB50.
Dual USB ports with 5V/2A and 5V/1A allows for charging two devices simultaneously this means you can charge your tablet and smartphone at once. Built-in special circuit provides full power for your smartphones. The Universal Compatibility with almost any smart devices like iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones/Tablets and other 5V input USB-charged devices improves its usability.
On the side of the TP-LINK’s PB50 is a button which on being pressed gives an indication of how much charge the battery has, by making use of four green LED lights. Each LED light indicates that 25% of battery power is left in the Power Bank. This is extremely useful as one would know when to put it on charge and will avoid any cases of the Power dying out when really needed.
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