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Anker Charging Station (9-in-1, 100W) now available

The Anker Charging Station (9-in-1, 100W) has arrived in the US. (Image source: Anker)
The Anker Charging Station (9-in-1, 100W) has arrived in the US. (Image source: Anker)
Anker has launched a 9-in-1 charging station offering 100W charging. The accessory is designed to help you tidy your workspace, offering multiple AC outlets alongside USB-C and USB-A ports to charge your devices. Other features include a slim plug and protection against problems like overheating.

The Anker Charging Station (9-in-1, 100W) has been launched in the US. The accessory first surfaced in rumors on Reddit earlier this year, with an image appearing several days ago. Now, customers can purchase the new product at Amazon.

The Charging Station features three AC outlets, four USB-C, and two USB-A ports. The upper two USB-C outputs offer up to 100W power, which, according to Anker, would allow you to charge a MacBook Pro 14 to 50% in 27 minutes. The lower pair of USB-C ports offer 15W power, while the USB-A ports are limited to 12W. With all six ports in use, the top two USB-C share 73W, the lower two share 15W and the USB-A ports share 12W. Anker suggests using the first USB-C outputs to charge your laptop, tablet or phone, with the other four ports powering smaller gadgets like headphones and wearables.

The Anker power strip has built-in safety features like over-temperature control and overload protection, and it comes with an 18-month warranty. According to the listing, the product measures 3.15 x 31.5 x 4.06 (~80 x 80 x 103 mm) and has a 0.35-inch (~9 mm) slim plug.  You can now buy the Anker Charging Station (9-in-1, 100W) at Amazon US for $59.99. It is unclear whether versions for other markets like the EU could go on sale at a later date.

(Image source: Anker)
(Image source: Anker)
(Image source: Anker)

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Polly Allcock, 2024-05-30 (Update: 2024-05-30)