Astrum Unveils Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank “PB240”, Priced at 3499/-

By: DT News Network
July, 10, 2019

Astrum launches its first Quick Charge 3.0 power bank PB240 with an electroplated finish that charges compatible devices up to 80% faster compared to a standard. Engineered with cutting edge technology, the compact power bank boasts of superior features like a powerful 10000mAh battery that has a dual USB output and built-in smart IC for overcharge protection, overload protection, and short circuit protection.

The PB240 is a high-quality wallet-sized power bank with an LED power status display that shows 4 indicator lights that represent, 25, 50, 75 and 100 percent charged. It also has built-in Micro USB port, type-c USB input and output and Quick charge USB port for super-fast charging speeds so now save time for other work. The product also has the feature to protect the device from heating up. While the device is connected, the Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank makes sure that the temperature remains cool and neutral.

Speaking on the launch, Mr. Manoj Kumar Pansari, Chairman and Managing Director, Astrum India says, “All our previous launches have been well-accepted in India and we are excited to expand our product portfolio in power bank segment with the launch of PB240. At Astrum, we ensure that our products complement the on the go lifestyle of our customers”.

The power bank comes in shades of Golden and Silver with a stunning mirror finish look. With the charging time up to 6 hours, it can fully charge most smartphones up to 2-3 times. The product is already available with leading retail and online at Amazon.


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