Launched by Delhi based Mangal Electronics, the MOJO portable charger is available for Rs 1,000.
The MOJO portable charger can also double up as a flash light. It has a 2200 mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery that is capable of charging all types of mobile phones, music players, iPods, iPhones, and even gaming consoles. Moreover, the charger also warns the users with its four stage charge level indicator that shows how much charge left in it such as 25 per cent or 50 per cent or 75 per cent or 100 per cent.
Launching the portable charger, Gaurav Jajodia, director, Mangal Electronics, said, By bringing MOJO Indian market, we have added another revolutionary product in our portfolio. MOJO is a simple solution, which help you to be connected and keep your phone always on no matter if you are at bus, train or way to home.
MOJO is available for Rs 1000 through retail stores of Mangal Electronics.
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