ADATA® Technology, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance DRAM memory modules and NAND Flash application products, today announced its tie-up with Amazon.in, world’s leading online destination and further announced exclusive launch of its latest power bank PT100. With 10000mAh high capacity and dual USB ports users can charge their smartphone and tablet simultaneously and quickly. It also serves as a LED flashlight to light up mobile life.
On this sign-up and worldwide launch of PT100 exclusively on Amazon.in. Mr Richard Tan – Managing Director, ADATA Technology, India expressed his views as, “We are glad to announce our association with Amazon.in, world’s leading online platform. With the kind of customer reach and service offered by Amazon.in, we are confident that more and more customers across the globe will now have easy accessibility to the latest products for efficient and reliable experience.”
High Capacity Meets Synchronous Charge & Discharge
With a streamlined easy-grip design, the PT100 power bank is easy to carry wherever you go. It’s available in two color combos – white/blue and black/green. With a whopping 10000mAh charge capacity, the PT100 provides two 2.1A output USB outlets for simultaneous and fast charging of smartphones and tablets. It is equipped with a USB charge inlet and dual outlets for synchronous charge and discharge to save you precious time.
Flashlight Function with 4-Mode LED Lighting
ADATA’s PT100 also works as an LED flashlight with 4 light modes including normal, accent, rapid and slow flashlights. Each flashlight mode can be switched by simply pressing the button. Whenever you need to use your PT100’s flashlight, it remembers which mode you last used. The PT100 includes multiple safety features as well – ODP (Over-Discharge Protection), OCP (Over-Current Protection), SCP (Short Circuit Protection), OVP (Over-Voltage Protection) and OCP (Overcharge Protection) to protect the battery and the device you’re charging. If the PT100 is idle, disconnected from the device, or if your device is fully charged for over 20 seconds, it automatically turns off as an extra safety feature.