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The world’s smallest and fastest power bank

The world’s smallest and fastest power bank
NEW YORK: The device, somewhat larger than a box of matches, is the world’s most powerful and fastest powerbank, having gone through all the stages of investment from crowdfunding website IndieGo.

Named ‘Airbank’, it can be attached to the back of any phone without a magnet. It has a kind of suction (adhesive) system inside which helps it to stick to any surface and therefore it provides fast charging to the phone with 5500 mAh power.

It also has the distinction of being the world’s smallest wireless power bank. It is specially designed so that even a heavy smartphone can last while charging. The most important thing is that thanks to Airbank, there is no need for heavy and big power banks. Then the need to connect the wires is also eliminated.

The back of the power bank is fitted with soft rubber round suction pumps that allow it to stick to the phone. It has two advantages: first, the magnet cannot stick to each phone, and second, charging is lost in the process. While in Airbank this process is almost non-existent.

This way it can be connected to any phone and charge it fast while for other phones it also has wire included. It is 30% smaller than the world’s smallest powerbank but doubles its efficiency. Omarko, the company that makes it, says that Airbnb has been subjected to all sorts of rigorous tests over and over again.

Similarly, it has been tested by many people in the laboratory and in real life for some time and only after that the sale of the product has started.

Airbnb is priced at $78.

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