A few weeks ago, the well-known manufacturer Anker presented its most powerful power station to date, the 757. Anker 757 powerhouse has an output of up to 1,500 watts and has a 1229 Wh LiFePo4 battery.
The 757 Anker powerhouse is equipped with a 1,229 Wh LiFePo4 battery, which according to the manufacturer is designed for around 3,000 battery cycles and therefore, provides a long service life. It is said to be six times as high as standard lithium-ion batteries. The manufacturer also grants a five-year guarantee.
The Anker power station, which weighs almost 20 kg, can provide an output power of up to 1,500 watts, so it can supply a whole range of devices with electricity. Anker gives examples that a laptop with 58.2 Wh can be charged almost 17 times with the power station, or a mini-fridge with 45 watts can be operated for around 22 hours. In addition to using when camping or on other outdoor adventures, of course, the device can also ensure the power supply at home, e.g. in the event of a power failure. In addition to the two classic sockets, there are four USB-A and two USB-C ports.
It has an informative display that shows battery capacity, current output and input, and estimated time to recharge. There are also built-in LED lights up the dark so you can easily find emergency supplies during a blackout. It has a dual-grip design with a width of 18-inch distributes the weight between your arms for easier handling.
The Anker 757 Power Station is charged either in a classic way via the mains or as a solar generator via a solar panel. Anker has also recently been offering this with the Anker 625 (approx. $330 on Amazon).
Anker 757 powerhouse price and availability
The Anker 757 portable power station is available from the Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk online store. The price for the Anker 757 powerhouse is $1,399.99 / £1,399.