Anker introduces a massive 24,000 mAh power bank

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You know what they say: bigger is better. At least that seems to be the logic that Anker has adopted with one of its latest products. The Anker 737 Power Bank (aka the PowerCore 24K) is the epitome of power on the go.

The power bank has a maximum capacity of 24,000 mAh. For reference, this is enough to fully charge an iPhone 13 five times. Of course, you don’t get a 24K mAh battery just to charge your smartphone. That is why the device comes with three ports, so you can charge multiple devices at the same time.

The Anker 737 Power Bank can fully charge a 12.9-inch iPad Pro and still have about 30% capacity left. What’s most impressive, though, is that the PowerCore 24K can even be used to charge a laptop, as the power bank allows for charging speeds of up to 140W. This is enough to upgrade even powerful laptops like the MacBook Pro 16”.

The power bank features Power Delivery 3.1, the most advanced bi-directional charging technology. This also makes charging the power bank itself a piece of cake. The gadget also comes with an advanced thermal monitoring system and PowerIQ 4.0 for maximum energy efficiency.

The PowerCore 24K is compatible with a wide range of products (1000+) and is equipped with a smart digital display, which shows the output and input power and the estimated time it will take the portable charger to fully charge.

However, there is a caveat. After all, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t. The Anker 737 Power Bank is, literally, a real power brick. It weighs no less than 630 grams. It’s not cheap either – the PowerCore 24K has a price tag of $149.99.

Admittedly, you get a lot of bang for your buck, but this doesn’t make the device any less expensive. If you are still interested in purchasing the Anker 737 Power Bank, you can do so by following the link below.

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