My phone will never run out of charge again!
(PRWEB) March 24, 2015
“Fonebud” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which takes a look at the latest and coolest technology products and services available to consumers. Scott Steinberg, a special reporter at NewsWatch and a technology expert, conducted the review and shared with viewers how this device is a smart, multi-purpose powerbank.
Phones are getting larger and more awkward to hold, and as more apps become available, people are using their phones more and more. And while manufacturers say the battery life is getting better, in reality it isn’t. So a company at CES 2015 featured a device that is a solution to this problem.
Fonebud by Fonebud Malaysia isn’t a regular powerbank, it’s a smart powerbank. Like a normal powerbank, Fonebud can provide power when smartphones are running out of battery. But the Fonebud is unique because it is doubles as a Bluetooth phone. When a smartphone pairs with the Fonebud, it enables the user to take calls through the device. So not only does this allow users to keep their phone charged while they’re on the phone, but it also helps people get away from radiation.
The fonebud is exclusive for Malaysia. It’s available for preorder in Malaysia, and Fonebud is also offering free shipping to Malaysia only. The Fonebud comes in four colors: green, gold, black, and orange.
To learn more about Fonebud, visit http://www.facebook.com/fonebud today.
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