Portable power stations are one of the best devices for outdoor enthusiasts or in emergencies like a power outage. And while we loved the great Anker 757 Powerhouse I reviewed earlier this year, Anker has just started teasing something even better.
Now, the company is preparing to launch its largest power plant yet, and the world’s first portable power plant and solar generator powered by GaNPrima technology. We are talking about the new Anker 767 PowerHouse that will deliver 2400 W of power thanks to a huge 2048 Wh battery.
A portable power station is a small cooler-sized battery pack packed with ports that allow you to power and charge everything from phones, laptops, drones, refrigerators, fans, an electric grill, heated blankets, medical equipment, and more. .
Anker’s next machine will be ready for anything, thanks to a huge battery, fast charging, tons of ports, and even a 30A RV outlet. He hasn’t shared too many details about his new PowerHouse charger.
However, we see that the new Anker 767 includes at least twelve different ports, including four regular AC outlets, the 30A RV plug, two 12V cigarette ports, two USB-A ports, and three USB-A fast-charging ports. CPD. Also, there could be more on the other side. Also, it looks like Anker is finally adding Bluetooth support to its power stations, which should give users additional controls and connectivity options.
This is Anker’s first PowerHouse with GaNPrima technology, which enables faster charging speeds, higher efficiency, and better power management. Again, this thing looks ready to handle anything, and can even be used as a UPS power supply, with constant sine wave power with a switching time of less than 20ms that’s safe to use with your computer, home appliances or CPAP machine.
You’ll also notice a built-in LED light, wheels for better portability, and a built-in suitcase-style handle to help users roll around camp. It will be heavy, that’s for sure.
The new Anker 767 Powerhouse features fast charging from a wall outlet, not to mention inputting up to 1000W for solar charging. That way, you can complete it at home or while you’re off the grid. And finally, Anker will offer an optional “Expansion Battery 760” capable of doubling the capacity to 4096 Wh, similar to its EcoFlow competition, giving users more ways to prepare for any situation.
Again, we still don’t know much about the new Anker 767 PowerHouse, but according to the website, the company will share more details on November 14.