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Anker's biggest portable power station weighs 19.9kg and offers 1,500W of power

By Cookie Monster - on 14 Apr 2022, 12:00am

Anker's biggest portable power station weighs 19.9kg and offers 1,500W of power

Image source: Anker

Anker just unveiled its biggest and longest-lasting portable power station.

The Anker 757 PowerHouse weighs a whopping 19.9kg and it's for a good reason; it has 1,229Wh of capacity from its Lithium Ion Phosphate (LifePO4) battery. Anker claims its premium LifePO4 battery remains in a healthy state after 3,000 complete charge cycles compared to the industry's average of 500 cycles. It will take an hour to recharge the 757 PowerHouse to 80%, and 1.5 hours to 100%. 

In addition, users can expect 50,000 hours of electronic life expectancy from the Anker 757 PowerHouse and enjoy an unprecedented five-year warranty. The Anker 757 PowerHouse has one USB-C port that delivers full 100W USB-C PD charging, four USB-A ports at 12W each, and a car socket.

Anker is selling the 757 PowerHouse at US$1,399.

Source: Anker via The Verge

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