A Review of the Ultra-High-Capacity Anker 757 Portable Power Station

If you work a lot in the field or like to take long road trips, you know how difficult it can be to have access to enough power to keep all your devices charged and running. Anker's 757 Portable Power Station has a ridiculous amount of power to spare, and this great video review takes a look at its performance and applications.

Coming to you from Billy Kyle, this excellent video review takes a look at the Anker 757 Portable Power Station. With a 1,229 Wh capacity, the 757 has a ton of power to spare, and with up to 1,500 W of output, it can easily power many devices simultaneously. This is supported by 13 ports, including 6 AC ports, 4 USB-A, 2 USB-C (one offering 100 W fast charging), and one car outlet. Augmenting this is Anker's HyperFlash technology, which charges the battery to 80% in one hour and to 100% in 1.5 hours. Beyond AC charging, you can also charge the 757 via your car or a solar panel, and the LiFePO4 cells are rated for 3,000 cycles. Lastly, it comes with a five-year warranty from Anker. Altogether, the 757 looks like quite the powerful and versatile power station. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Kyle. 

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Roger Cozine's picture

It has a high price tag, but definitely competitive amongst it's peers. This piece of kit is invaluable to those who are always on the move, such as travel/documentary photographers, overlanders and campers. It is also very useful during natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes. When the power grid fails, you can still power your critical gear.

Markus Hofstätter's picture

I think it could power my Hensel Tria 6000W Generator outside. It has a slow charging feature and would need similar power to the hair blower.. Cool stuff!