IFA 2022: Anker with headphones, 3D printer and power station
Although the IFA will not open its doors to regular visitors until Friday, September 2, technology fans are already enjoying many highlights. Anker is also part of the party. The Chinese company has a steadily growing range of products on show, from tablet stands to MagSafe batteries. At IFA, the Chinese are coming up with two new headphones from Soundcore, a 3D printer, a power station and a new charging standard.
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Anchor SoundCore Space Q45
Anker’s sub-brand launches the SoundCore Space Q45, the long-awaited successor to the price-performance powerhouse Q35. The over-ear headphones are not only supposed to offer high wearing comfort thanks to soft and skin-friendly material. On top of that, it is supposed to be a real eye-catcher with its high-quality design with small but fine aluminum accents. Technically, you also seem to get a lot on the ears here. Hi-Res Wireless Audio, LDAC standard and 40 mm drivers apparently make it possible. Active noise cancellation is also supposed to be on board the inexpensive headphones.
A total of four microphones are supposed to reliably block out annoying external noise. According to Anker, the feature is adaptive, which should ensure battery conservation. Thus, the strength of the ANC automatically adjusts to the ambient volume. A transparency mode, in turn, amplifies the ambient noise. What is really impressive is the battery life. Anker says that the over-ears should last up to 50 hours. Those who do without ANC should even get 25 hours. If the promises come true, we are in for a real price-performance hit here at a price of 149.99 euros.
Anchor SoundCore Space A40
If you like it smaller, you might be happy with the manufacturer’s upcoming in-ears. With the SoundCore Space A40 you should also get ANC and high sound quality. Make it possible a total of six microphones and the drivers with a size of ten millimeters.
The small true-wireless in-ears are said to be able to offer ten hours of battery life on their own. In combination with the charging case, this should even become 50 hours. At a price of 99.99 euros, there is, in addition to the in-ears themselves, the matching charging box and five attachments, which are to ensure an ergonomic fit.
AnkerMake M5 3D Printer
The company scored a real success on Kickstarter with the AnkerMake M5. The 3D printer was able to raise more than $8.8 million on the crowdfunding platform. If you look at the specs it has, you can understand why. In addition to a fast printing speed (max. 250 mm/s), the Chinese company also promises a smart camera with suitable AI. The control is supposed to be easy thanks to a suitable app. The exciting 3D printer is expected to go on sale in late fall. It is not yet clear at what price.
PowerHouses and new charging standard
Last but not least, the company is also coming up with its power stations at this year’s IFA. Joining the party are the Anchor 521 PowerHouse, the Anchor 535 PowerHouse and the Anchor 757 PowerHouse. There will also be a look at the Anchor 625 solar panels. With the help of these, the large-format powerbanks can be charged independently of a conventional power source. Those who like it classic will be able to charge the PowerHouses even faster with the help of the new GaNPrime technology. Behind this is Anker’s new charging standard, which is available in the form of Anchor 735 (65 watts), Anchor 737 (120 watts) and Anchor 717 (140 watts).
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