Anker 757 PowerHouse lives up to its name with 1,500 watts, solar charging, and more
Charge all the things with Anker's 757 PowerHouse. This beast of a mobile charging station comes with solar capabilities, a huge capacity, 13 ports, and more. It's great to power your favorite gadgets during events and outdoor activities.
If there’s a company that never ceases to amaze us it’s Anker. The company notorious for its charging alternatives continues to expand its already expansive line of power-producing gadgetry, and it has a brand new offering.
The Anker’s 757 PowerHouse is here to deliver a myriad of charging options at home or in mobile rigs. Does it live up to its own name, you ask? That’s precisely what we examine today. Let’s check it out!
Provides a durable design so it can go where you need it
Right out of the gate, the Anker 757 PowerHouse shows its strength by being durable enough to take between locations. For example, it has an automotive-grade aluminum alloy frame with antivibration, high corrosion resistance, and temperature resistance.
There are also ergonomic grips for easier handling. Lastly, intelligent voltage and current protection provide safer charging—even at fast speeds.
Features 13 power ports and a generous power bank
What exactly makes this gadget a powerhouse? For starters, it features as many as 13 power ports. These ports range from USB-C and USB-A to AC and even a car outlet.
The USB-C ports can do 100 W max while the AC can do 1,500 W output. It also has a 1,229 Wh capacity and can charge up to 80% in only an hour.
Add 3,000+ charge cycles and a 5-year warranty, and you’ve got a charging device that will last you a very long time. If you’re looking to charge your drones, phones, and other gadgets while you’re on adventures outdoors, this is worth taking along.
Offers efficient solar-charging capabilities
Speaking of taking things outdoors, if you’re camping away from your vehicle and can’t charge up the Anker 757 PowerHouse, you’re not out of luck. As long as the sun is out, you can let it charge using built-in solar technology.
It can charge from 0% to 80% in only 3.6 hours. That’s pretty darn handy since it means you can therefore keep your other devices charged up for a while after. It’s one charger to rule them all (cue the orchestral score from The Lord of the Rings).
Includes an information display and an LED lightbar
Last, but not least, is the nifty display that helps you manage charging modes and power outputs. You can use it to keep an eye on general statuses as well. There’s even a slick LED lightbar that’s built into the device that provides an ambient glow so that you can see the PowerHouse’s front face more effectively at night.
Lives up to its name
There’s no denying that Anker’s 757 PowerHouse is a beast of a charging gadget. It’s hefty and has a reasonable footprint, sure. But, considering the amount of power it provides, this is to be expected.
Overall it’s still not that big, though it does weigh in at almost 44 pounds. While you’re not exactly going to want to carry this any more than you need to, it will fulfill your charging needs for quite some time once you place it in the area you’ll use it. Anyone who needs a mobile power station for live events, outdoor activities—like camping or days at the park—and other similar scenarios will really get a lot from this one.
The Anker 757 PowerHouse is available for preorder at $1,199.