YU Releases JYUICE Power Banks

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YU has released two power banks marked at 5,000 mAh and 10,000 mAh capacity respectively. The durability of the banks definitely seems like an interesting feature. The gadgets are damage resistant and equipped with enhanced durability through Delicate Sand Blasting and Aluminium Alloy Anodizing, protecting them from degeneration, corrosion or rusting. The Aluminium Alloy outer shell of the chargers are hand-crafted with rounded edges and an 8-mm super-slim body, making them light and portable. variant

The JYUICE manages to adjust the power output depending on the device connected to it and provides protection from electrolyte leakage. An LED light on the side updates the user of the status of the battery of the power bank itself. The price of the two variants is Rs. 699 ($10) and Rs. 1099 ($16).

It would be interesting to see JYUICE pitted against three important competitors which are all offering similar, or perhaps better, features within the same price bracket. There is Xiaomi Mi Powerbank priced at Rs. 999 which provides 10,400mAh of battery. This is followed by Asus ZenPower priced at Rs. 1,599 for 10,050mAh of power lastly, the OnePlus powerbank which costs Rs. 1,399, weighs and comes with 10,000mAh of power. Click here for a more detailed comparison of the three powerbanks.

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  • Rupeshrg
    September 27, 2015 at 11:47 am

    A Premium Built Power Bank For Not So Premium Price And Easy To get .

  • jinosocial
    September 23, 2015 at 8:07 pm

    Great companion for our smart phones. Now extra juice in our pockets

  • Atanu Marick
    September 21, 2015 at 10:17 pm

    then buddy which phones service center is best in india?

  • PratUshh
    September 21, 2015 at 6:19 pm

    YU and MMX , both are different stories

  • Saurabh Sharma
    September 21, 2015 at 4:35 pm

    I have been cheated 2 times, 2 Micromax phones died within warranty (1 mine and 1 my sister’s). I have filed complaint in the consumer court, case is in process.

  • Rahul Nath
    September 21, 2015 at 4:20 pm

    I have nothing against micromax products… Neither am i going to make the usual comment made by most indians when it comes to micromax(“this product is worst product.. China phone”).. But one visit to the service center last week and I am never buying anything that is remotely micromax in my entire life.. The store was shut from inside and people were waiting outside to get their phones back.. Some of them claiming that their phones were given for service 3 or 4 months back.. Finally some of them opened the shutter and went in and a brawl errupted between the customers and service personal.. Such terrible service.. Don’t understand why micromax haven’t addressed the issue so far.. I’ve been to a lot of service centers.. Micromax tops the list of worst service centers followed by LG Trivandrum service center..

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