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The new giant power bank is not exactly cheap, but certainly practical Anchor 521 Powerhouse therefore. In addition to the usual suspects, in the form of one USB-C and two USB-A ports, the Klotz also comes with a Schuko socket, a car charger and a flashlight function. Whether it's a power failure, camping, emergency equipment for driving on the motorway or any other reason - extensive performance is promised here in a compact format. The capacity of the box equipped with LiFePo4 batteries is 256 Wh, and 60 W can be accessed via USB-C using PowerDelivery, e.g. B. to charge the iPhone quickly. The whole weighs 3,7 kg and can be ordered here.
On the linked product page, Anker points out that the power bank, which is equipped with long-lasting LiFePo4 batteries, is equipped with electrical components that meet common industry standards. Accordingly, not only two, but five years of guarantee are given. The capacity of 256 watt hours and the various connections (including a socket) ensure maximum compatibility with devices to be charged or operated. In addition to the Anker 521 charging station, the scope of delivery also includes the appropriate power supply unit for charging, a charging cable for the car socket and the operating instructions.
Compared to the competition with other battery models, the Anker 521 Powerhouse is said to have a six times longer service life. Due to the unibody design, it should also be quite robust. An average smartphone should be able to be charged 20 times or more. The operation of a lamp should be guaranteed for 16 hours, a mini fridge should run on it for five hours. Furthermore, you can charge and operate the camera, drone, tablet, laptop and / or other larger devices on the go. A display shows the charging status of the station, so that you are not surprised by empty batteries at some point. What information I'm missing personally: whether and how quickly you can charge the box with solar panels.
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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