Ubon super-notebook with 10W wireless charger feature launched in India

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You might have heard the name, Ubon if you ever purchased a power bank. The brand is quite known for offering its unique power banks in India. As per the brand’s statement, their last successful product launch was Ubon Power King, their unique 10,000mAh 3-in-1 power bank. Now the company has introduced a unique diary, which will also help you charge your smartphone or any electronic accessory with wireless charging support. 

Ubon Super-notebook 

The new Ubon Super-notebook comes with wireless charging technology. Featuring a 10W output wireless charger, this 200-page notebook could be a convenient tech you might like to buy. This all-new Super-notebook from the brand is made keeping in mind the need for recent travelers. 

May it be a business or a personal journey, we look for convenience during our travels. The company touts that its new product offers a very unique design with stylish and sturdy fabric operating with a V8 cable. The brand claims that it will offer rapid charging, but the output seems to be only 10W. 

Mr. Mandeep Arora, Co-founder, UBON said, “We believe in delivering excellent quality gadgets at an affordable price by focusing on the right assembly of equipment combined with excellent quality. After an exhaustive R&D by our team, we found that there’s so much in the consumer market sphere that still needs to develop in order to make the product different from others. The wireless notebook is a perfect start for the year 2020, providing our customers with a unique experience.”

What do you guys think of this distinctive notebook? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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