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Innjoo disrupts PC market with charging options

By Adeyemi Adepetun   |   15 March 2017   |   3:37 am

The firm, a Chinese technology company, with just three years into the Nigerian market, has created a niche for itself in the devices segment.

Innjoo, maker of world’s slimmest laptop, the Leap, is banking on the superior and charging options that come with its devices to edge out competition.

The firm, a Chinese technology company, with just three years into the Nigerian market, has created a niche for itself in the devices segment.

Innjoo, with headquarters in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), in partnership with Nigeria’s Technology Distributions Mobile, a subsidiary of sub-Saharan Africa’s top IT distributor, Technology Distributions (TD), launched its new super-slim, feather-light tablet- Innjoo Leap Book at Technology Times Outlook 2017, held recently in Lagos.


One of the most striking features of the Innjoo Leap Book is its battery. The Innjoo Leap Book features 10,000mAh Li-Po battery, which Innjoo says can last up to 10 hours with regular usage when fully charged and up to 300 hours on standby mode. The battery can be charged with a car charger, a normal USB mobile phone charger and even a power bank above 10,000mAh.

The razor-thin Innjoo Leap Book comes in two models – the Innjoo Leap Book M100 and the Innjoo Leap Book A100, both beautifully designed.




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