ZenPower Pro PD – Lightest and Smallest Portable Notebook Power Bank

ASUS introduces their power bank, the ZenPower Pro PD, a power bank that specializes in charging both mobile phones and laptops.

The ZenPower Pro PD is a lightweight power bank that has a huge 13,600 mAh capacity. It also has a USB Type-C port with Quick Charge 3.0 and other features that ensure the safety of your devices and the power bank itself.

Built to Last

ZenPower Built to Last
ZenPower Built to Last

ASUS’ ZenPower power banks are typically built strong and can take a beating. Its casing is even drop-tested to a height of 100 cm. Aside from its strong casing, its different ports are also subjected to up to 5,000 insertion tests. The ZenPower Pro Pd is also tested for operating under extreme temperatures, up to minus 40 degrees.

Fast Charging

ZenPower Pro PD x Zenbook
ZenPower Pro PD x Zenbook

The power bank’s Quick Charge 3.0 feature offers up to 18W of power, which allows you not only to charge your smartphone fast, but also your laptop. It has multiple USB ports that allows for charging multiple devices at once, even the combination of smartphone and laptop. And you don’t have to worry about the safety of your devices thanks to its multiple safety design features.

PowerSafe Technology

ZenPower Pro PD 11 Security Features
ZenPower Pro PD 11 Security Features

The new ZenPower provides 11 industry-leading safety features that help regulate the power input and output of the power bank. It also has features such as short circuit, voltage protection, and monitoring the temperatures. The power bank is also certified for safety, electromagnetic-interference (EMI) levels, and charging performance.

You can get the ZenPower Pro PD at official ASUS concept stores and kiosks nationwide and will be available for just Php 3,995.



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