Just last week in the middle of the night we had a train derailment about a block up the road from my house which took out the power for a day. While I had a few lights I could run, I let all of my UPS’s run down not knowing it would be a long outage. I ended up being not prepared at all to keep my mobile devices charged up. I ran my phone down not being able to sleep watching videos so in the morning without power I couldn’t charge it. I was able to charge it in the car as well as my drone which even with three batteries was also completely dead. But it left me wondering what I could do differently. The typical USB battery backup is nice but I’m the worst at keeping them plugged in. I came across an option from Anker that I thought might help me though, their 733 Power Bank (GaNPrime PowerCore 65W). It is essentially a three-port 65-watt USB adapter but with a battery built in as well and the idea for me at least is that I would keep it plugged in using it as a charger and have something fully charged and ready to go if the power goes out. Today I’m going to check it out and see if it will fit the bill, so let's dive in!

Product Name: Anker 733 Power Bank (GaNPrime PowerCore 65W)

Review Sample Provided by: Anker

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Specifications

Specifications

Number of USB-C Ports

2 USB-C Ports

Number of USB-A Ports

1 USB-A Ports

Number of Outputs

3

Battery Capacity

10,000mAh

Dimensions

4.36 × 2.48 × 1.22 in / 110.8 × 63 × 31 mm

Weight

11.29 oz / 320 g

Inside the Box

Power Bank
Carrying Bag

Type-C Cable

Documentation

Warranty

24 Month

 

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