After the 535 model at the beginning of June, the manufacturer now follows up with the Anker 757 PowerHouse, which is more than two times as powerful. The charging station relies on durable and efficient lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries and has a capacity of 1,229 watt hours. Offered is a peak power of a whopping 1,500 watts.
Anchor 757 PowerHouse charging station lives up to its name
Following the two entry-level models 521 PowerHouse and 535 PowerHouse, the new Anker 757 PowerHouse completes the trio and marks (by far) the manufacturer’s most powerful charging station. Thanks to a capacity of 1,229 watt hours, you can charge your smartphone around 97 times.
The Anker 757 PowerHouse charges quickly despite its size (46.3 x 28.8 x 23.7 centimeters at 19.9 kilograms) and high performance (1,500 watts). This is made possible by the manufacturer’s HyperFlash technology, thanks to which the charging station is fully charged again by 80 percent in just one hour. A full charge takes just 90 minutes.
The efficient and durable LFP battery cells, which are also used in modern electric cars, last up to 3,000 cycles at full capacity, six times more than the previous industry standard. A five-year manufacturer’s warranty also ensures that you’ll continue to be on the safe side years after purchase.
LED light strips and optional solar charging
Other features of the Anker 757 PowerHouse include a particularly robust outer shell, thanks to which the charging station is a reliable companion even when traveling. It also features an LED light strip as ambient lighting and a display that shows the most important data.
The charging station offers nine ports, including four USB-A, two USB-C and two EU power ports to safely charge all your devices. Plus, you can use the optional Anker 625 solar panels to power the PowerHouse with solar energy.
The individual panels are made of monocrystalline cells and therefore capture the sun’s rays more efficiently with less energy loss. Up to three Anker 625s can be operated simultaneously on the XXL PowerHouse. With full sunlight, the Anker 757 PowerHouse is 80 percent charged again in three and a half hours using only solar energy.
The details of the Anker 757 PowerHouse at a glance:
- Dimensions: 46.3 x 28.8 x 23.7 centimeters
- Weight: 19.9 kilograms
- Connectors: 4x USB-A with twelve watts each, 2x USB-C with once 100 and once 60 watts, 2x EU power connectors up to 1,500 watts power, 1x car connector with 120 watts
- Cell capacity: 1,229 watt-hours / total power: 1,500 watts
- Lifetime: 3,000 cycles at full capacity
- Operating and ambient temperature: 0 to 40 degrees Celsius
- Maximum solar output power (with optional Anker 625 modules): Up to 300 watts
Price and Availability
The Anker 757 PowerHouse charging station is now available for pre-order directly from the manufacturer. This way, you can secure a voucher until July 03, which will save you a whopping 300 Euros in the Anker online store or on Amazon.de on the official sales launch on July 4. Thus, the price will be 1,399 Euros compared to the RRP of 1,699 Euros.