Review: Tesla’s first PowerBank with 3,350mAh Capacity – Features, Price, Backup, Design

The US-based electric car maker “Tesla” has ventured into a new product category. The company has launched a portable charger simply called the PowerBank, the charger bears a shape similar to that of the company’s supercharger monument at the Tesla Design Studio.

It is listed on the company website at $45 and works for both Android and iOS devices as it has both Micro-USB and Apple Lightning detachable connections. It has a 3350mAh capacity single 18650 cell. It has 108 x 30.5 x 23.3mm dimensions and has a charge status indicator. It was designed after Tesla Design Studio’s Supercharger monument and wouldn’t look out of place inside one of the EV-maker’s cars, Engadget.com reported. The portable battery is currently listed as sold out on the company’s website. The company has recently launched an electric semi truck and a new Roadster. It was designed after Tesla Design Studio’s Supercharger monument and wouldn’t look out of place inside one of the EV-maker’s cars, Engadget.com reported. The portable battery is currently listed as sold out on the company’s website. The company has recently launched an electric semi truck and a new Roadster.

The listing claims that the PowerBank has a compact design with high efficiency circuitry to deliver maximum battery capacity.

Recently, Tesla was in talks with the Indian government to enter the market through the single-brand retail route. This, however, has several conditions such as mandatory sourcing of up to 30% of the value of goods sold in the country.

Last week, the company took the wraps of its electric sports car called the Roadster. CEO Elon Musk announced that the sports car would be the fastest production car ever. Bearing a price of $200,000, the car has a removable glass roof. The company claims that the car can go from 0 to 100 km per hour (60 miles per hour) in just 1.9 seconds at a maximum speed of over 250 mph. This makes it the fastest car in general production. Also, once fully charged, it is claimed to travel 1000kms (620 miles).
“You’ll be able to travel from LA to San Francisco, and back, at highway speed without recharging. The point of doing this is to just give a hardcore smackdown to gasoline cars. Driving a gasoline sports car is going to feel like a steam engine with a side of quiche,” Musk boasted.

For the first 1,000 cars, customers will have to pay $250,000 each in full up front, with later models starting at $200,000. The car would be available starting 2020.

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