The Anker 757 PowerHouse power station lives up to its name with 1500W of power, a 1229Wh Lithium Iron Phosphate battery, plenty of outlets, and 5x the charging capacity. What’s more, the Anker 757 PowerHouse can charge up to 80% in an hour from a standard outlet and fully charge within an hour and a half. And the 300W solar panel can charge up to 80% in just over three and a half hours. This power station features a 100W USB-C port, a 60W USB-C port, four 12W USB-A ports, and six AC outlets, equalling 1500W total output power. Not to mention a 1000W AC input. Plus, there’s a light bar to make it easier to see when it’s dark.
Anker says this power station will last for 3,000 battery cycles and boasts 50,000 hours of electronic life expectancy. It can run a 12W lightbulb for 82 hours, a 110W, 43-inch television for nine hours, and a 360W refrigerator for over two and half hours. To that end, the Anker 757 PowerHouse is perfect for base camp in remote areas or as a backup power source for the home. The Anker 757 PowerHouse has a five-year warranty, and the company is offering early access, plus a $200 savings. The early bird deal is available online at Anker from now until May 9th.
For more from Anker, check out its 120W USB C Four-Port Charging Station.