Anker Releases the Astro E7 25600mAh 3-Port 4A External Battery - $69.99

Anker has just released a brand new battery pack, and that's the Astro E7. It's a 25,600mAh battery pack and has 3 USB ports on board to charge your devices. This is even bigger then the largest battery pack they had, which was 20,000mAh. Just to give you an idea of how big this thing really is, it should charge the Moto X (2014) about 10 times, and the Nexus 6 about 7 times. That's pretty big, right?

The Anker Advantage: Join the 6 million+ powered by Amazon's #1 charging brand. Exclusive PowerIQ Technology: Detects your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed up to 3 amps per port or 4 amps through three ports. Giant Capacity: Charges the iPhone 6 ten times, the iPhone 6 Plus or Galaxy S5 over six times, the iPad Air twice and other tablets multiple times. Recharges in 12-14 hours with a 2 amp adapter (not included) and the included Micro USB cable. Superior Quality: Premium LG cells, cutting-edge circuitry and a sturdy gloss exterior ensure reliability and safety. To activate the LED flashlight, hold or double click the power meter button. What You Get: Anker® Astro E7 External Battery, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.

Anker® Astro E7 Ultra-High Capacity 25600mAh 3-Port 4A External Battery Charger with PowerIQ Technology for iPhone, iPad, Samsung and More (Black)

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