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ADATA D8000L Power Bank and LED Light Source - ADATA D8000L Power Bank and LED Light Source
Thu, May 04 2017 | 12:13PM | Filed under: Mobile Devices| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

ADATA Technology today launched the D8000L power bank, which doubles as a powerful LED light source. Unlike other power banks that have a narrow beam flashlight built-in as somewhat of an afterthought, the entire top side of the D8000L is devoted to multiple LED bulbs that form a uniquely powerful light source. The D8000L is also IEC IP54 dust and water proof, and delivers 2.1A of charging power through dual USB ports.

More than a flashlight – a real light source Rated 200 lumens, the LED bulbs integrated into the D8000L benefit from ADATA lighting expertise and experience. The D8000L therefore serves as much more than just a power bank, delivering powerful illumination that can be a literal life saver in many situations. For users spending time outdoors, the 17 hours of light provided by a fully charged D8000L are extremely helpful. Lighting has four modes: standard, flash, slow flash, and emergency. Lighting from the D8000L covers a wide area and reaches far, unlike low-powered, narrow-beam, and short range flashlights often found on other power banks as well as smartphones.

Durable construction for varied environments The D8000L has been tested to IEC IP54 dust and water proofing standards, giving it good resistance against particulates and liquids. It is also clad in tough, shock-absorbing materials, resulting in a product perfect for usage anywhere from homes to offices and active lifestyles. The grooved back of the D8000L proves very handy, designed so that consumers can use anything from coins to credit cards as impromptu kickstands to prop the power bank up with ease.

Convenient and safe charging power Packing 8000mAh, the D8000L has two USB ports that output a total of 2.1A. Users can recharge two devices at once to save time, and do so with total peace of mind thanks to a shock and fire-resistant build. Like all ADATA power banks, the D8000L employs smart multi-protection circuitry designed to prevent overcharge, over-discharge, overvoltage, under voltage, overheating, overcurrent, and short circuits. The D8000L ships with a 1-year warranty and will be available at and

MSRP AD8000L-5V-CBL 49.99

AD8000L-5V-COR 49.99

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