Anker 757 PowerHouse launching in Europe with 1,227 Wh capacity and discount
The Anker 757 PowerHouse is launching in Europe. The device has a 1,229 Wh capacity from a LiFePO4 battery, with a maximum output of 1,500 W. This allows you to charge a phone 97 times or power a mini-fridge for 22 hours.
The device has nine ports in total, including a 120 W car outlet, two 1,500 W AC outlets, two 100 W high-speed USB-C ports, and four 12 W USB-A ports. Thanks to HyperFlash technology, you can recharge the power station from 0 to 80% in one hour. Alternatively, you can charge the gadget via solar panels at up to 300 W, gaining 80% charge in 3.6 hours.
Anker claims the device is long-lasting compared to other similar power stations; the 757 PowerHouse has 3,000 lifecycles, six times greater than the industry average. The company suggests the gadget is compact, measuring 463 x 288 x 237 mm (18.2 x 11.3 x 9.3-in). The device has handles to help you carry it, though it is worth noting that the gadget weighs 19.9 kg (43.9 lb).
The Anker 757 PowerHouse will go on sale in Germany from July 4 for €1,699 (~US$1,788). You can currently sign up to the Anker mailing list to receive a €300 (~US$316) discount on the product. The gadget launched in the US earlier this year for US$1,399. It is currently unclear whether or when the device will be available in other countries.