Anker 625 Solar Panel released with 100 W power output and USB-C port
Anker has launched the 625 Solar Panel. The panel can convert up to 23% of sunlight into solar energy. The company claims the device can charge solar generators even in cloudy conditions. An adjustable kickstand allows you to alter the panel's position, and the device has built-in short-circuit and overvoltage protection.
Anker's Suncast technology is used in the gadget, with Smart Sunlight Alignment indicating when you should adjust the angle of the solar panel to maximize the energy captured. The 625 Solar Panel is compatible with Anker PowerHouse products such as the 521, 535 and 757 models, enabling you to charge these devices on the go. For example, the gadget could fully charge the 521 PowerHouse in 4.1 hours.
The solar panel has built-in 15 W USB-C and 12 W USB-A ports, allowing you to charge two devices simultaneously. The portable gadget can be folded, and a handle makes it easier to carry. The solar panel weighs 7 lbs (~5kg) and measures 20.7 x 18.5 x 3.4-in (525 x 470 x 85-mm) when folded.
The panel contains monocrystalline silicon cells built on a durable foundation layer, and a sunlight-trapping surface is scratch and weather-resistant. The panel comes with a solar charging cable and XT-60 to DC7909 connector, allowing you to charge at up to 100 W. You can now buy the Anker 625 Solar Panel for US$329.99.