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UIMI Technologies Unveils UIMI U8 Power Bank

By: DT News Network
January, 10, 2017

UIMI Technologies announced the launch of its new made in India power bank – the UIMI U8. With a large battery capacity of 15600 mAh, it can charge your device over 4-5 times, thanks to high quality li-on cells.

The U8 comes with the innovative FitCharge technology which allows users to simply connect their device to the power bank without the need and effort to switch on the power button. Now, that’s called charging on the go!  Sporting a stainless steel metallic finish, the new offering has an ultra-sleek and compact design. Keeping safety on top of the list, the U8 provides protection against overheating, short circuit and overcharging; by automatically disconnecting the device on full charge. Additionally, it comes with a LED torch light, battery level indicator and a single input port for charging the power bank and dual output ports for charging other devices.

Commenting on the launch Mr. AbhinayaPratap Singh, Marketing Manager, Bingo Technologies Pvt Ltd, said, ‘’ After the overwhelming response to our maiden power bank, we are delighted to introduce another innovative product from the house of UIMI Technologies – the U8. With a powerful 15600 mAh li-on battery and sleek metallic finish, the new U8 comes with FitCharge technology that does away with the need to switch on the power bank button for charging a device, making it super easy for our customers. With a host of other useful features and an affordable price, we are confident of setting new benchmark of success.”

Priced at Rs.999 the UIMI U8 is available in 2 bold colours –Black and Golden. The product is available at all leading e-commerce

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