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« on: May 16, 2019, 04:05:20 pm »

Anker PowerHouse 200 review: Portable power done right

This is overkill for your basic charging needs. But it's a godsend for some real on-the-go juice.

Dig through your gear bag real quick. How many portable batteries do you have in there? How many watt-hours of juice are stored up in those little plastic housings?

Now think about just how limited those things are. They're good for charging phones, for sure. And maybe a USB-powered laptop, if you're rocking something recent. But that's about it, right? If it doesn't use something USB-based, you're probably SOL.

That's not to say that everyone should go out and buy a full gasoline-powered generator. They're important products, to be sure, but they're also noisy, need regular maintenance, and aren't exactly portable.

We need something in between, right?

That's where the Anker PowerHouse 200 comes in. It's a big-arse battery, really, with the ability to charge via USB-C (and Power Direct, at that), USB-A (with Anker's IQ+ charging), a three-pronged AC plug, and a 12-volt car charger.
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