EON E-cigarette, the Chinese-backed e-cigarette company that made a name for itself by making a portable, portable electronic cigarette that users can carry anywhere, is being sold on the black market.
The company is offering to sell a new version of the e-cig called “the Pink E-Cig,” a green, yellow, and red cigarette with an e-liquid called Pink, that features an infrared camera and an OLED display.
“The pink e-cig was not designed to be used in China, and therefore is illegal in China,” said a press release issued by EON on its website on Monday.
The e-cigarettes are currently sold in China and Hong Kong, according to EON.
EON also released an infographic on its site that explains that it made the decision to sell the e.cigs as a result of the Chinese government’s ban on tobacco products in 2017.
The news comes after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced last week that it had banned the sale of nicotine patches in the U.S. and other countries in October 2017.
China banned the products last year, citing health concerns.
The new product’s design has been praised by some users.
“Eon E has been making innovative, attractive and effective products for many years, and we applaud the leadership of the government of China in promoting e-smoking,” a statement from the company said.
The Pink E Cigarettes have a design that features a new infrared camera that can be mounted on the side of the device, which can be accessed via a USB cable.
The camera features a wide-angle lens and can capture images up to 1.5 meters (6 feet) away.
It is intended for use in indoor environments, such as in the office, and the device also features a light-emitting diode to create a heat-emiting surface.
The product will be available from April 25 for $50 in China.
The first shipment of Pink E cigarettes, however, will not come until April 31.
The Chinese government has been cracking down on cigarette use for years, with many bans on the market.
Since the government banned e- cigarettes in the country in January 2017, it has made a concerted effort to push smokers to switch to smoking traditional cigarettes.
The ban, which has been widely criticized, has forced many smokers to try other, more cost-effective methods of smoking, including smokeless tobacco and e-juice.
In May 2017, the government imposed an additional ban on smoking, citing the “dangers of smoking e-liquids,” according to a press statement issued by the National People’s Congress (NPC) in May.
“There are now a number of e-vapor products that are not only less expensive but also are better than traditional cigarettes,” NPC secretary-general Xi Jinping said in a press conference.
“In addition, these products do not have to be imported.
Therefore, they are not just a convenience item for people who have no other alternative to smoking.”