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Recently, the leading open e-cigarette brand, VOOPOO, posted a new product preview on its official website, which is easily told that its new product of ARGUS Series will be launched on October 18th.
What hits me first in the preview image is the futuristic and mechanical design that is refreshing and impressive as the new ARGUS is different from the classic design of ARGUS XT and ARGUS MT, the latest released ARGUS. The preview also tells us that the New ARGUS is small in size and with square shape, which reminds me of the hot-selling DRAG NANO 2 and DRAG E60 with the similar outline and integrated body, compact and portable.
Obviously, this will be another star POD product of VOOPOO. VOOPOO is famous for MOD, but it has never stopped innovating. It has also made great efforts in creating and updating POD products, such as DRAG NANO 2 and VMATE E. From the fast-running ARGUS and the fierce lines of friction in the preview picture, we can assume that this small new ARGUS is still capable to provide surprising and powerful output.
According to the preview, the material of the new ARGUS could be tailored with two different materials. Based on the SOLID of ARGUS Series, one should be durable metal or alloy, but how about the other one? Leather? Glass or PCTG? Besides, do the dynamic lines and “FAST AND SPEEDY” on the image infer us the product features like fast charging, activation speed or atomization efficiency?
So excited toward 18th October and let’s unveil the new ARGUS together!
VOOPOO was established in 2017 and has rapidly risen through DRAG products, which have been widely acclaimed globally in a short period of time. As a high-tech enterprise with R&D, design, manufacturing, and branding, VOOPOO has four major product series — ARGUS, DRAG, VINCI, and V. Currently, VOOPOO has a presence in more than 70 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia.