Now this is pretty awesome… Monster (the world’s leading manufacturer of connectivity solutions) has introduced a new and improved way to give you energy for longer. And before you say anything: No, it’s not the kind of energy that Viagra gives you. It’s the Monster Power Card. This little gadget gives you the freedom to have your smartphone, tablet and any universal gadgets charged at all times, even when power outlets are nowhere near you.
With the Monster Power Card, Monster has taken into account the demanding lifestyles humans lead by providing a device with “No Waiting Technology” which supplies all the power needed for the most demanding smart phones and USB devices. All you have to do is plug it in, press the charge button and it’s all systems go. The Monster Power Card is super thin and fits into your wallet – perfect for quick emergency charges.
Auto-sensing technology detects exactly what speed your smart phone or USB device requires and provides the speed and power in a flash, with LED lights in place to help you check battery levels. The Monster Power Card is 5+ hours of portable charging and charges any smartphone with a USB port, making it a must-have device for all who are constantly on the go and seeking the next unpredictable adventure.
The Monster Power Card has developed innovative security measures by incorporating individual serial numbers to each power card, enabling you to easily identify your card. The Monster Power Card comes in five eye-catching colors: Gun-metal, silver, navy, nature-green and candy-red.
Thanks to this incredible portable charger, you now no longer have to be without your cell phone or tablets at an outdoor festival (like RAMFest or Oppikoppi) or other events. The Monster Mobile Power Card is now available at leading retail outlets nationwide for R599. If you are a reseller, you can order directly from the distributor in South Africa: Phoenix Distribution. Send them an e-mail via email@example.com.
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