Powerbank has become a necessity rather than a luxury these days. With internet speed increasing, everyday smartphones with a smaller battery life are suffering. The phones that used to run a whole day are now drying up by usage of 6-8 hours. Although, there are many other factors contributing to this as well. This includes high-speed data, high-end gaming, high usage of phones etc. To counter this, smartphones manufacturers are providing bigger and bigger batteries but for now, powerbank is the only likely source to fight this problem. Keeping this in mind, iBall is launching their latest iBall PB-10026 power bank which helps you keep your phone charged anywhere you want.
To counter this, smartphones manufacturers are providing bigger and bigger batteries but for now, power bank is the only likely source to fight this problem. Keeping this in mind, iBall is launching their latest iBall PB-10026 power bank which helps you keep your phone charged anywhere you want.
The recent reports point to the fact that iBall is planning to launch iBall PB-10026 power bank with 10,000 mAh in coming days. This power bank is expected to be priced at around Rs. 2,099. This product by iBall will be compatible with various devices. It is all ready for purchase in retail stores in India as per the company’s officials.
Design and specifications of iBall PB-10026:
As far as design is concerned, the company claims that the device will be stylish and compact so that it is easier to carry anywhere. Further, it has a powerful 10 LED Lamp and will work up to 50 hours under full charge. This power bank also comes up with a LED indicator to guide the amount of power left in the power bank for optimum usage.
For USB, it sports two USB ports for multiple charging. It has an output of 5V/2.1A. This enables fast charging and makes sense for emergency situations. This power bank features a Lithium Polymer battery. For safety features, it includes Short circuit protections, over charging, over discharge and over voltage protection that assures maximum user and device safety, as per the claims made in a press release.