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Energizer unveils new ‘Energi To Go’ power solutions in Sri Lanka

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PanAudio Pvt. Ltd. launched its latest inno-vation, the Energizer Energi To Go branded rechargeable power packs and emergency charger products for all types of mobile electronic devices in Sri Lanka.

From powering all consumer electronic devices, Energizer continues to develop innovative and creative portable power solutions for on-the-go-customers.

Energizer Energi To Go is a line of rechargeable power packs that offers backup power to portable electronic devices. The Energizer rechargeable power packs are an extension of the brand, which features Energizer portable power for all cell phones.

The Energi To Go line, which currently features Portable Power for Cell Phones, includes rechargeable power packs using lithium polymer battery technology to power a wide variety of mobile electronic devices including smart and cell phones, iPhone, iPod, MP3 players, GPS units, digital cameras and camcorders, netbooks and laptops.

Energizer is committed to delivering innovative solutions to power people’s lives and, in doing so, will build upon current Energi To Go offering to include these convenient, easy-to-use rechargeable power packs.

The product line extension is through a licensing partnership with XPAL Power, a California-based tech company that specialises in creating rechargeable power packs that use lithium polymer battery technology. Energizer has entered into several strategic partnerships and licensing agreements to continue its mission to power people’s lives.

To ensure ongoing compatibility with new and emerging devices, Energizer will offer consumers additional benefits and support when they purchase the Rechargeable Power Packs, including ‘tips for life’.

Tips for life will offer customers two free tips a year for the life of the Energi To Go product, to ensure that as consumers purchase new devices they will be provided with the right tips to charge them.

The product offerings include, the Energizer XP line of portable power systems, seven models designed to power up to three devices at once including cell and smart phones, MP3 players, GPS units, Bluetooth, portable DVDs, digital cameras and camcorder batteries, netbooks, and laptops.

Products available in the market include the Energizer AP750, XP1000, XP2000, XP4001, XP4000, XP8000, and the XP18000.

PanAudio is in the business of IT related peripherals, data storage, imaging and presentations by providing strong commitment to grow the business.  

Today PanAudio Private Ltd is sole distributors of 10 Reputed Global Brands including Imation, Eiki, Mipro, Hp, (Imaging and Printing), Quantum, Backbone, Brocade, Primo, Redleaf and Herma in Sri Lanka.

PanAudio strives to provide their customers with the latest technology and will continue to introduce globally renowned brands to its extensively growing portfolio.

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