Intex IT-PB11K 11000mAh power bank released available for Rs 1099

The Intex IT-PB11K, the latest addition to the brand’s stable of power banks, has been released in India and will retail for Rs 1099. It’s currently available only through online vendors Amazon India, Snapdeal and PayTM.

The Intex IT-PB11K has an 11000mAh Li-ion battery. The company has equipped it with 3 USB 2.0 ports. They each have outputs of 5V/1A, 5V/2A and 5V/2A. The device requires 5 hours to fully charge and comes in a white color. It carries a small power button and 4 LED indicators to show how much power is left within the gadget.


Like the other power banks Intex has put out, the IT-PB11K can also be used as a torch. The accessory measures 142 x 63 x 26mm in terms of dimensions and weighs a light 280g. It comes with a 12 month warranty and a microUSB charging cable.



The IT-PB11K will compete with other budget offerings like the Yu Jyuice 10000mAh and the Xiaomi 16000mAh power banks. The former sells for Rs 1099 and houses 2 USB 2.0 slots outputting power of 5V/2.4A with fast charging technology on-board. It has 1 microUSB port and a conversion rate of up to 92%. It further features a Lithium-polymer battery and circuit-chip protection.


The Xiaomi gadget retails for 1399 and carries a Li-ion cell sourced from Panasonic and LG. It can charge an iPhone 6 for a maximum of 5 times before losing power. In terms of specs, it gives an output of 5V/3.6A through its 2 USB 2.0 slots. It’s outfitted with Temperature Resistance and 9 layers of circuit protection.

While the Intex IT-PB11K is officially priced at Rs 1099, the device can be bought for Rs 999 via PayTM and Rs 1049 through Snapdeal, although the latter’s page is declaring the item as sold out as of now.


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