Anker is adding to its line of versatile power stations with its flagship 757 PowerHouse. Housed in an automotive-grade aluminum frame, this durable device can go just about anywhere to power your devices.
As the world’s longest-lasting portable charger, the 757 is perfect for camping or for anyone outdoors and away from a standard outlet. This new model packs 1229Wh of battery capacity, which is enough power to charge a phone up to 97 times, power a fan for 28 hours, or run a portable fridge for 22 hours.
Included on the 757 PowerHouse is one 120W car outlet, two USB-C ports with 100W of maximum power, four 12W USB-A ports, and six AC outlets with a total of 1500W of power. The 757 can be charged from 0-80% in just an hour.
The Anker 757 PowerHouse is available for pre-order now from $1,399, with retail availability beginning May 9th.