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New Anker power bank pushes 140W to charge 3 devices

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Anker's new power bank charges three devices -- or itself -- with 140W of power.
Anker's new power bank charges three devices -- or itself -- with 140W of power.
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Anker has been on a roll lately with new chargers, and it kept going Wednesday with the release of its PowerCore 24K, aka the Anker 737 Power Bank.

The gadget packs a 24,000mAh battery, three ports for charging devices (up to and including your MacBook) plus a handy digital display that shows you what the device is doing.

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Anker PowerCore 24K power bank packs a 24,000mAh battery and 140W for charging multiple devices

Only a couple weeks after putting out six new GanPrime chargers in different form factors and potencies, Anker is back with a new item.

The Anker 737 Power Bank (PowerCore 24), “powered by GanPrime,” features significant battery capacity, at 24,000mAh. That’s a sizable reservoir of battery power that’ll go a long way to keeping your devices from running on empty.

A new wrinkle in this particular power bank is its digital display. It shows you the bank’s battery capacity at any given moment, plus the amounts of power input and output as well as time remaining for the bank to reach a full charge. The bank itself charges at the same 140W rate it offers to other devices.

Of the three ports, the big one is a USB-C PD 3.1 port. It can impart 140W of power on its own. That provides a quick way to charge your MacBook or other laptop. In addition to that port, the device sports another USB-C port for items like iPads and iPhones, and a USB-A for AirPods charging cases and such.

You might expect to pay a pretty penny for a large-capacity power bank with solid power output and a display, and you’d be right. The new Anker PowerCore 24K goes for $149.99.

Where to buy: Amazon or Anker