LeEco M1 10,000mAh Powerbank with Dual Fast Charging Launched at $14

Supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0

by: - Last updated on: April 18th, 2017

Chinese internet conglomerate, LeEco, has now launched a new powerbank in China. It is the latest product to hit the market after the recent unveiling of the LeEco Le Pro 3 AI Edition smartphone. The new LeEco M1 10,000mAH powerbank comes with two-way fast charging support.

LeEco M1 10,000mAH powerbank

The LeEco M1 10,000mAh powerbank comes in a compact polycarbonate shell with a dimension of 147.5 x 92 x 17mm. A part of polycarbonate housing bears a textured pattern for improved grip while the top one third features a matte finish. It comes in a variety of color including white, black, goose yellow and mint green.

As obvious from its name, the LeEco M1 10,000mah powerbank bears four cells with a cumulative capacity of 10,000mAH. This is enough to charge the Snapdragon 821 powered LeEco Le Pro 3 about 2.5 times. The powerbank comes with a set of three ports and a power button. The ports include two input USB Type-C, microUSB and an output standard USB 3.0 port.

LeEco M1 10,000mAH powerbank

LeEco claims that its powerbank complies with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. It in fact, has a maximum power of 18W. The LeEco M1 10,000mAh powerbank supports 5V/1A, 5V/2A, 9V/2A and 12V/1.5A. The Chinese firm claims that the powerbank can charge from 0-80% percent in just 2 hours.

The LeEco M1 10,000mAH powerbank coming with ten repetitive safety protection which includes overshoot, over discharge and input or output over voltage cover. It is priced at 99 Yuan (Rs 930/$14 approx.) The powerbank is available for sale via Lynx flagship store in China. LeEco is however expected to bring this product to its other international markets including India and US.

LeEco M1 10,000mAH powerbank

With that said, LeEco is currently going through financial turmoil. Recently is sold off its 49 acre US headquarter plot to a Chinese developer group. It is also cutting down on its work strength both in US and India.

Source: My Drivers

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