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Anker Powerhouse 200 213Wh/57600mAh Portable Rechargeable Generator

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Woot via Amazon has Anker Powerhouse 200 213Wh/57600mAh Portable Rechargeable Generator for $169.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Power for mobile devices, emergency equipment, computers, and small appliances.
  • Hours of Power: Charge a MacBook Pro over 5 times, a phone over 12, or even run small appliances like mini-fridges for over 4 hours.
  • 1 DC Outlet (12V), 1 AC Outlet, 1 USB Power Delivery Port, and 2 High-Speed USB-A Charging Ports
  • Replenish PowerHouse's cell capacity via a USB-C Power Delivery car or wall charger, or an AC power adapter. Compatible with 5-22V DC output solar chargers (not included).
  • Includes 18-month warranty

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IO9 asked this question on 04-01-2021 at 01:59 PM
04-01-2021 at 07:54 PM
Why are you comparing the Jackery 160?
Jackery 240
$200 for 240 Wh = $0.83 per Wh

Anker
$170 for 213Wh = $0.80 per Wh

I would be looking at the Jackery 300 at $270 for 293 Wh.
The Jackery 300 has the capability to be fully charged simultaneosly through DC input + USB-C PD port in 2.5 hours.
$0.92 per Wh
waltercpd asked this question on 04-04-2021 at 02:02 PM

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There's tons of planned obsolescence in these early units. Absolutely no reason these can't have at least one 100W USB-C PD port on them. You're going to use tons of extra energy doing AC to DC conversion for a laptop or anything else that could be DC-DC from the PD port.

100W on the 12V port or AC, but you're going to have to carry a DC to PD car charger to use it that way.

Wait if you can would be my advice. Eventually these will have four PD ports and two will be able to output 100W at least.
They already do: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LYMJJD5/

This is definitely one of the lowest prices ive seen for this but i would wait for the Anker Portable Power Station, PowerHouse II 400 to drop in price over this
If you don't need any of the usb sockets either, you can get it for 100% off!

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There's tons of planned obsolescence in these early units. Absolutely no reason these can't have at least one 100W USB-C PD port on them. You're going to use tons of extra energy doing AC to DC conversion for a laptop or anything else that could be DC-DC from the PD port.

100W on the 12V port or AC, but you're going to have to carry a DC to PD car charger to use it that way.

Wait if you can would be my advice. Eventually these will have four PD ports and two will be able to output 100W at least.
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Wow, I bought this on a deal a year ago for $239. Good price.
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There's tons of planned obsolescence in these early units. Absolutely no reason these can't have at least one 100W USB-C PD port on them. You're going to use tons of extra energy doing AC to DC conversion for a laptop or anything else that could be DC-DC from the PD port.

100W on the 12V port or AC, but you're going to have to carry a DC to PD car charger to use it that way.

Wait if you can would be my advice. Eventually these will have four PD ports and two will be able to output 100W at least.
They already do: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LYMJJD5/

This is definitely one of the lowest prices ive seen for this but i would wait for the Anker Portable Power Station, PowerHouse II 400 to drop in price over this
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They already do: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LYMJJD5/

This is definitely one of the lowest prices ive seen for this but i would wait for the Anker Portable Power Station, PowerHouse II 400 to drop in price over this
this is showing as $100 off right now. $299
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They already do: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LYMJJD5/

This is definitely one of the lowest prices ive seen for this but i would wait for the Anker Portable Power Station, PowerHouse II 400 to drop in price over this
The USB-C's on that one are still limited to 60W. In a few years USB-C PD will start to replace the AC outlet for most products <101W.

And I suspect the USB-IF will eventually double that to 200W. But I don't want to lose my job saying how.
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If you aren't going to use the 110v outlet (even the 12v car outlet is pretty useless), it's better just to get one or two power banks with 60w or 80w PD like this for example http://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MQ49GSM/ for $60. You save 100$ and is Much more space efficient and you aren't overpaying for the unnecessary circuitry on unit like this, and most of all you can charge most laptops through USB-C
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If you aren't going to use the 110v outlet (even the 12v car outlet is pretty useless), it's better just to get one or two power banks with 60w or 80w PD like this for example https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MQ49...V447D50YDW for $60. You save 100$ and is Much more space efficient and you aren't overpaying for the unnecessary circuitry on unit like this.
half the mAh and less than half the price. Seems like the original one in this post is better if you want capacity and extra features
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How is this compare to Duracell PowerSource 1440W Portable Power Station ?
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There's tons of planned obsolescence in these early units. Absolutely no reason these can't have at least one 100W USB-C PD port on them. You're going to use tons of extra energy doing AC to DC conversion for a laptop or anything else that could be DC-DC from the PD port.

100W on the 12V port or AC, but you're going to have to carry a DC to PD car charger to use it that way.

Wait if you can would be my advice. Eventually these will have four PD ports and two will be able to output 100W at least.
Agree, even small power bank can do PD 60W
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Overpriced so much.
You can get 20000mah for less than $20. If you don't need 110v and 12v car socket, you can get for 1/3 cost...
You have pointed why it cost more - AC output
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You have pointed why it cost more - AC output
If you don't need any of the usb sockets either, you can get it for 100% off!
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May I ask... What is everyone using this for? Are you really away from a power source, that this is needed?
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