April 17, 2021 11:52 pm
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Thunder Mini launched with Bluetooth Speaker, FM at Rs 4,999

Portronics has launched “Thunder Mini”

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Portronics has launched “Thunder Mini”, a portable Bluetooth Speaker with FM. Priced at Rs 4,999, the Thunder Mini comes with different options of connectivity. With option of Bluetooth, it can be paired with phone and other Bluetooth equipped devices. In addition, one can connect it through 3.5 mm jack AUX to a projector, laptop and computer.

One can also listen to all the FM channels. One can even talk to their loved ones through the in-built Moby picking up calls in between. The convenient feature of hands-free calls can be enjoyed by picking, rejecting or ending calls through the buttons on the device and continuing your music without missing a note.

This thunder within the dimensions of 298.5 X 81.6 X 78.6 mm is packed with 2000 mAh Lithium ion battery which makes it independent of wires and helpful in case of no power supply. It gets charged within 5-6 hours with the power supply of 5V. It comes with 2 units of output having power of 10W each which is enough for a small party or any other house party. Weighing 1.18 Kg, it offers an impedance of 4 ohms.

It is featured with 3 ports at the back constituting one for AUX, one for USB and the last one for charging. It also has 4 buttons on the upper side named as “On/Off”, “Play/Pause”, “Previous/Volume Down” and “Next/Volume Up”, denoting their functions. You can also change the mode of connectivity by pressing the “On/Off” button for longer duration.

It comes with intelligent power saving function as it automatically turns off the system if it is muted, paused or left idle for more than 10 minutes.

The new Portronics Thunder Mini is offered at pricing of Rs 4999. The packaging of Portronics “Thunder Mini” includes one main unit, one micro USB cable and one 3.5 mm audio cable.

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