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After the Anchor 521 PowerHouse and the Anchor 535 PowerHouse now follows as a completion of the charging station trilogy Anchor 757 PowerHouse. This charging station from the device and accessory manufacturer with very good product quality, which will soon be available in Germany, delivers 1.500 watts of power and sufficient connections for mobile charging or operating devices. When it comes to saving electricity, the device pays for itself if you charge it with solar panels, for example with the manufacturer's own Anchor 625 solar panel. Here you will find all the important data about the three charging stations mentioned for camping, power failures, saving electricity and more.
The new Anker 757 PowerHouse will go on sale from July 4, 2022. Before that, you can get a voucher on the Anker website up to and including July 3, 2022. This voucher brings you a discount of 300 euros both in the Anker online shop and on Amazon. The offer is recommended because the regular price for the compact power storage is 1.699 euros. So, thanks to the launch offer, the price drops to 1.399 euros. All details and the registration for the discount campaign (transmission of the e-mail address required) can be found here with this link.
In the following list you will find the most important technical data of the new Anker 757 PowerHouse charging station at a glance. So you can see directly whether it is something for you or not. If you are looking for a smaller model, then take a look at the table below. I compare the new model with the two smaller versions that are already available.
It is super practical to have a mobile power storage device at hand when camping, in traffic jams, in the event of a power failure or simply to save electricity at home. But how long does the Anker 757 PowerHouse charging station actually need until its own batteries are available for connected devices? This question is quickly answered with the following overview:
As promised above, here is a comparison of the current models from Anker's PowerHouse range. The three mobile charging stations differ in size, weight, battery capacity/performance and the number of connections. So you can choose the right model depending on the application.
|Anchor 521 PowerHouse||Anchor 535 PowerHouse||Anchor 757 PowerHouse|
|Size:||21,6 x 14,4 x 21,1 cm||29,2 x 25,1 x 18,8 cm||46,3 x 28,8 x 23,7 cm|
|Weight||3,7 kg||7,6 kg||19,9 kg|
|performance / energy||200W / 256Wh||500W / 512Wh||1.500W / 1.229Wh|
|Connections||2 x USB-A, 1 x USB-C, 1 x EU socket, 1 x car connector||3 x USB-A, 1 x USB-C, 2 x EU socket, 1 x car connector||4 x USB-A, 2 x USB-C, 2 x EU socket, 1 x car connector|
|Price||369,99 € (The Amazon)||699,99 € (The Amazon)||1.699 €|
(as of June 24, 2022)
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