Portronics Launches Car Power 65: Dual-port rapid charging accessory

~ This portable device charger offers universal compatibility, allowing users to charge a range of gadgets in the comfort of their car, while on the move~

New Delhi, May 2, 2024: Sometimes, relying solely on a high-quality charger at home or in the office isn’t always enough, leaving you in need of a dependable charging solution while on the move. While there are many power bank options available, there’s a potentially simpler solution for those who frequently commute by car. Portronics, India’s most loved gadgets brand, introduces the Car Power 65 to end the charging woes of long-distance travellers. The dual-port charger utilizes the car’s auxiliary power outlet to recharge a variety of electronics with ease.

This sleek and versatile wireless charger allows you to charge two devices simultaneously via a 65W Type-C Power Delivery (PD) for rapid charging and a full-size 18W USB port. Whether you’re charging your laptop, smartphone, tablet, TWS, or any other USB-powered device – this car charger can confidently charge a wide range of devices, making it the perfect companion for all your travels.

LED charging indicators on both ports, provide users with visual confirmation that their devices are plugged in and charging. Say goodbye to awkward stretching or struggling to use your phone while it’s plugged in. With the Car Power 65, you also get a 2-meter-long 100W cable, allowing you to charge your devices comfortably from the comfort of your seat.

Pricing & Availability:

The Portronics Car Power 65 can be purchased from the company’s official website Portronics.com at an introductory discounted price of just INR 1,599, with a 12-month warranty. The products mentioned here can also be bought from Amazon.in, Flipkart.com, and other online and offline stores as well.

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