Microsoft seems to be on the headlines for past few days. Following the announcement of Windows 10 preview, the Redmond giant has launched a 6000mAh portable power bank namely DC-21, in the Indian market on the e-retail store Flipkart. Initially, this device was announced in October last year and was launched in the United States in December.
Moreover, the company claims that the portable power bank can retain almost 80% of charge even it left unused for six months, since it has the automatic standby mode.
Moving to the form factor, it weighs around 145grams, which weighs more than DC-19. This power bank uses micro USB for charging, LED lights to show the charging level and has a smooth finish.
According to the company, the power bank needs up to 4 hours to charge, meanwhile it can be charged up to 80 percent capacity in about three hours.
It takes in 1.5A input and offers 1.5A output without any loss. Coming in White, Bright Green and Orange variants, it is priced at Rs. 3,499 on the e-commerce website Flipkart in India.