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@Ankita Katdare • 29 Sep, 2015 • 2 likes
Intex has partnered with Amazon, Snapdeal and Paytm to announce the launch of its all new mega power bank with Intex PB11K that has the capacity of 11,000 mAh. Coming bundled with an year long warranty after purchase, the new Intex power bank is priced at Rs. 1099. Among the various IT accessories launched this year, power banks have ruled the roost. At first, it was Xiaomi's 10,000 mAh and 16,000 mAh power banks that made raves across the nation. And then come other local and international players including OnePlus's 10000 mAh Power Bank priced at Rs. 1399. It's definitely clear that Intex wants to up the competition and it has got the pricing to be very pocket friendly.

Intex-IT-PB11K-11000 mAh-Power-Bank

The Intex PB11K power bank comes with 3 USB 2.0 ports so that users can charge multiple devices (be it a smartphone or tablet) on the go simultaneously. The ports have different output power of 5V / 1A, 5V / 2.1A (output), and 5V / 2.1A (input) and you can choose which device to connect where accordingly.

This power bank features 4 LED indicators and a power button and comes with a USB Cable. Interestingly, the power bank can be used as a 'torch' as well. Weighing about 280 grams, the PB11K power bank comes in a white coloured elegant body.

The company has included a 6 months manufacturer warranty with the gadget. What are your thoughts about Intex's power bank and its pricing?

Source: Intex

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