Anker 535 PowerHouse launches in Europe with 512 Wh capacity and 500 W maximum power output
Anker has released the 535 PowerHouse, a 512 Wh power bank, in Europe. The 512 Wh capacity allows you to power devices rated at or under 500 W like a heater, a portable fridge or a TV. The power bank is similar to the recently released 521 PowerHouse, though the 535 has a 256 Wh capacity. Anker claims that the LiFePO4 battery means that the gadget has a lifespan six times larger than an equivalent lithium-ion battery.
You can charge the 535 PowerHouse from 0 to 80% in under 2.5 hours using a USB-C port and a 120 W adapter included in the box. Alternatively, you could charge the device up to 80% via a solar panel in around 3.2 hours when under direct sunlight.
The European version of the product has seven ports with a 716 W total output, including two AC ports that share 500 W and a 120 W car outlet. Also included are three USB-A ports with a maximum output of 12 W and a 60 W USB-C port.
Power Saving mode can automatically switch off the gadget once all connected devices are fully charged. The power bank supports pass-through charging, it has a handy built-in light bar, and the LED smart display gives you an overview of information such as the power station's charge level.
An internal chip and AI algorithm ensure that the PowerHouse operates as quietly as possible. The portable device weighs 7.6 kg (~16.8 lbs) and measures 29.2 x 29.1 x 18.8 cm (~11.5 x 11.5 x 7.4-in). You can now buy the Anker 535 PowerHouse in several European countries, including the UK, Netherlands and Sweden, for €699.99 (~US$732). The gadget is already available in the US.