Tesla Powerbank with Android and iOS devices launched at $45

Tesla Powerbank

If you are wondering that Tesla is involved in the manufacturing of electric cars, you are wrong. Tesla has launched a powerbank, which is capable of charging gadgets on the go. The power bank device is priced at $45 and can be used to charge Android-based smartphone and iPhone.

The Tesla powerbank features USB and microUSB including the required connectivity for Apple lightning devices. The powerbank is equipped with a single 18650 cell coupled with 3350mAh battery capacity. Interestingly, the same battery is integrated with Model S and X electric vehicles.

The main inspiration behind the manufacture of Tesla powerbank is based on the Tesla Design Studio’s Supercharger monument. The power unit will complement well with one of the cars manufactured by the Elon Musk company.

Within few hours of the sale, the Tesla powerbank has been sold out as per the official website. To recall, the company had recently launched a new Tesla Roadster alongside an electric semi truck.

Designed and inspired after Tesla’s supercharger monument at the Tesla Design Studio.

Even though the price of the Tesla powerbank is bit high, the company has added value for money by providing compatibility with several devices including Android and iOS. Moreover, the powerbank is designed in a compact manner and looks sleek. Hence, you can carry the charger easily during traveling. Initially, the product got sold out within minutes but the device was restocked by the company.

The Tesla powerbank will be useful for those customers who would like to charge several gadgets. You can easily make use of the powerbank to charge Android and iPhone without investing for a separate charging device. Hence, the price of $45 is justified because of the safety and reliability of the charger.

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