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OnePlus’ 10,000mAh Power Bank Is Now Available In The U.S. For $14.99

March 17, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

OnePlus’ Power Bank was launched back in December in China, and it is now available for purchase in the U.S. as well. The company has teased the launch of this gadget a couple of days ago, and the device is now available for purchase through OnePlus’ official store. This thing was actually supposed to launch in the U.S. earlier this year, but the launch got delayed. This Chinese company is also getting ready to launch the Power Bank accessory in Europe and India in the future (it’s listed as “coming soon” at the moment)

We’re talking about a 10,000mAh portable power bank with lithium-polymer batteries. The input power is 5V/2A here, and in order to fully charge it if it’s completely drained out of juice, you’ll need to keep it plugged in for 5.5 hours according to OnePlus. This powerbank measures 142.8 x 72.6 x 16.2mm and weighs 220 grams, which is not half bad considering we’re talking about a 10,000mAh power bank here. This gadget also ships with dual USB ports (5V-2A), so you can charge two devices at the same time. This power bank also comes with some safety features which should prevent you from overcharging it, same can be said about overheating. This thing also has battery indicator LEDs on the side, which will show you the status of the battery inside if you shake the gadget itself

Wonder how much this costs? Well, you can get it for $14.99 from OnePlus’ official webstore (source link down below). Let us know if you decide to pick one up. As previously mentioned, this gadget is expected to find its way to Europe and India in the near future, OnePlus is trying to work out some shipping issues before it expands the availability of this thing. That being said, the company is expanding the availability of its products, slowly, but surely. As you might recall, OnePlus One was made available for a number of additional countries quite recently, which was a somewhat unexpected move by OnePlus, but a welcomed one of course. The company is expected to launch the OnePlus Two handset in the coming months, so stay tuned for that.