Stuffcool has launched the most versatile power bank with Type-C 3A Fast Charge Input/Output. The Power Bank offers two standard Type-A USB ports (2.1A max), one Type-C port (3A fast charging) that can be used for both input/output and one Micro-USB port, which can only be used for charging the power bank itself. The Stuffcool 1062 is perhaps the only power bank available with real Type C 3A input/output.The power bank is said to be light and compact while the build is said to be premium. The dotted textured body gives a firm grip to hold and there are four LEDs that light up in white to indicate the current charge level and charging/ discharging.The Stuffcool power bank has 3A max output, which makes it your best bet if you want to use your power bank to fast charge your devices faster when using a Type-C to C cable like Stuffcool Minima Type-C to C which is perfectly designed for use with power bank.Stuffcool has also launched minima Type-C to C cable (3A max) with 15cm of length to make sure that you charge your phone from power bank faster without any troubles. With this Type-C to C cable, you can fast charge your smartphone with type C input using the Type-C output port in Stuffcool power bank.The price of the power bank Wholesale pure sine wave inverter is Rs 2,499 and minima C-C cable is Rs 499. Both of these products are available at an introductory offer price of Rs 1,999 and Rs 399 respectively. The product carries a 6 months warranty and is available at PAN India leading retails stores including CROMA and online at, and flipkart.

  While the audio is pretty loud enough, it wont be as enjoyable without stereo effects. However, if you want the best audio to enjoy your flicks, plug in the bundled earphones or your own personal headphones and enjoy the best of Dolby Atmos thats incorporated here.Heading back to the display, the curved edges on the display and rear panel neatly flush into the metal chassis to give it an elegant look along with a good grip. However, the design does not look any different from the older flagship, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, and very closely resembles the Samsung Galaxy S9+. The only difference that can tell the three apart is the rear camera setup that is vertically aligned. The display also curves along the sides mimicking the Samsung Galaxy 9. Huawei has not mentioned the display manufacturer or the protective glass and prefers to keep it as their secret, but definitely confirms a scratch-resistant glass on both front and rear. Being IP68 certified your accidental water spills are no more a concern. The display also incorporates an upgraded fingerprint sensor. While it is still shy of what conventional capacitive fingerprint readers perform, the in-display fingerprint here is faster and more accurate than before. Turn the device around and you are greeted with a quad-camera setup.

  While there are only 3 major cameras here, the fourth one is meant for depth sensing to give the photographs a better portrait effect. Unlike the Mate 20 Pro, the cameras are arranged vertically with a 20MP camera that has an ultra-wide f/2.2 lens, a primary 40MP camera with an RYYB sensor for better low light capture and an f/1.8 lens with optical image stabilization, and lastly the highlight of 2019, an 8MP periscope camera that boasts of a 5x optical zoom with OIS and an f/3.4 lens.This camera is not sitting as other cameras in the array, is placed sideways into the body. It uses a prism setup to reflect the light at a 90-degree angle and the placement of the camera helps the lens zoom in / out too. A clever adaptation of a zoom-capable camera within the body itself in order to minimise the ugly camera bump. Lastly, the fourth camera is a ToF depth sensor that is placed along with a dual-tone LED flash. The rear panel is also what the company wants to highlight. Inspired by nature, the colours available are Breathing Crystal and Aurora, which are definitely attractive and unique.Below the hood is Huawei’s own powerhouse chipset, the flagship 7nm Kirin 980 SoC that uses two high-performance A76 Cortex 2.6GHz processors and two others clocked at 1.9GHz, while four A55 processors 1.8GHz manage the power efficiency and background processing.