Electric car maker Tesla has released a powerbank that can charge Android phone or iPhone on the go. The device, priced at $45, comes with with USB, microUSB and Apple lightning connections. It uses a single 18650 cell with 3,350mAh capacity that’s also found in its Model S and X electric vehicles, Engadget.com reported. Also Read - Tech giants Tesla and Apple target 2022 to build India's manufacturing story
It was designed after Tesla Design Studio’s Supercharger monument and wouldn’t look out of place inside one of the EV-maker’s cars, Engadget.com reported. Also Read - Elon Musk now wants to travel to space but not on SpaceX rocket
The portable battery is currently listed as sold out on the company’s website. The company has recently launched an electric semi truck and a new Roadster.