Leading manufacturer of Portable devices and gadgets, Portronics proudly announces its successful showcase of its tech-gadgets, third time in a row at the prestigious 35th India International Trade Fair, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Portronics has its products showcased at Stall No B1, Hall No. 11 at IITF, which is going on from Nov 14-Nov 27, 2015.
Seeing an overwhelming response to its wide range of portable gadgets amongst the Young Generation, Portronics has been offering heavy discounts on portable devices at the Indian International Trade Fair. The gadgets which are high in demand and trending among Youth are – Selfie Sticks, Pedometer, Power Banks, Portable Scanners, and Electrical Pens etc.
Portronics has displayed diverse models of Portable Scanners that can scan and store the scan in the memory. All these models of Portable Scanners are technologically advanced and can scan anything wirelessly. Buying this at IITF will get you an attractive discount of Rs. 1000 onits MRP.
Portronics has also introduced some innovative models of portable battery chargers (or Power Banks as they are called) for mobiles and smartphones. This device allows you to enjoy more than 24 additional hours of calling, 30 more hours of Wi-Fi, additional 120 hours of music, videos and much more. The Power Banks are grabbing more attention as they are being offered with a discount upto Rs 500 on MRP.
Portronics stall saw a huge craze for Selfie Sticks among youngsters. People in love with the Selfie craze, definitely get impressed with the world’s smallest Selfie Stick which can literally come into ones pocket. This innovative Selfie Stick functions without any battery system and is comfortably portable. The Selfie Stick has been priced between Rs. 400-Rs.500.
Speaking on the occasion, Jasmeet Singh, CEO, Portronics Digital Pvt. Ltd. said, “The aim of the company is to deliver world class products which are not only handy and portable, but make the task easier and faster than ever before”.“The Company is selling its devices on ‘No profit-No loss’ ”, he further added.