ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash products, is proud to announce that its P10050C power bank has won a Golden Pin Design Award 2018. This win for the P10050C is a reaffirmation of ADATA’s commitment to developing products that bring convenience to people’s lives and make mobility more enjoyable.
Inspired by the sea, the P10050C takes its cues from the grooved textures found on seashells and the glossy veneer of pearls. It sports a sleek exterior with organic ridges that exudes a sense of luxury and elegance that truly stands out among power banks. With a compact design, users can easily grasp it, drop it into a bag or pocket, and go. The P10050C supports the reversible USB Type-C interface that is quickly becoming the default interface for the latest mobile devices.
Enough Capacity to Keep Users Going
The P10050C has 10000mAh of capacity to keep users powered throughout their day. The P10050C can fully charge up a tablet once or a smartphone four times over and can charge up two devices simultaneously with two USB ports with a combined output of 2.4A. What’s more, it sports a convenient built-in LED flashlight that comes in handy when looking for things inside a bag at night, or when a power outage occurs. For peace of mind, the P10050C employs many safety mechanisms that counter over-discharging, over-charging, short-circuiting, over-voltage, and over-current.
About Golden Pin Design Awards
Established in 1981, Taiwan’s Golden Pin Design Awards is one of the most influential design awards in the Chinese-speaking world. The planning and handling of the awards, the prize-giving ceremony, and all other related events are executed by the Taiwan Design Center. In 2015, the Golden Pin Design Award launched three separate award competitions – the Golden Pin Design Award, the Golden Pin Concept Design Award, and the Young Pin Design Award. While each award targets a different demographic, they share the common objective of commending outstanding innovations in design. This year, the Golden Pin Design Awards attracted nearly 3,000 entries from over 20 countries and regions.