Leading accessory and product manufacturer Anker has unveiled a heap of new products during an event held in New York. Many individuals are fully aware of the products – and quality thereof – of Anker’s wares but these new additions give consumers something additional to sink their teeth into.

So, without further ado, let’s dive right in and take a look at the new products on offer as well as some additional information about each of those announcements.

PowerPort Atom PD 1

This PowerPort Atom PD 1 is a 27W laptop charger that is no bigger than the average 5W charger and it’s all made possible thanks to Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology.

This is now essentially the smallest charger of this nature that is capable of charging laptops, portable gaming consoles, tablets, and smartphones. This is basically something that you are going to want to carry around with you all of the time. The use of the aforementioned Gallium Nitride tech ensures that the hardware is slimmer, lighter, and more efficient than existing conventional chargers.

Second-Generation Nebula Capsule II

This newly introduced Nebula Capsule II is the next-generation of Nebula’s hardware and the next-generation of what Anker feels is a fully active pocket cinema. This particular product offers the same soda-can inspired design of the original but also comes with Android TV, Google Assistant, HD picture quality, and brand new improved audio that instantly makes this an amazing successor to the original Nebula.

Soundcore Model Zero / Model Zero+

Everyone is talking about intelligent Bluetooth-based speakers at the moment so it makes perfect sense that Anker would want to be part of that ride. This uniquely designed smart speaker is immediately going to fit into the market with stunning audio that is enhanced by Dolby Audio and which benefits from the integration of Google Assistant to offer the “smart” side of functionality.

Eufy Home Security

Anker welcomes itself into the home security arena with the Eufy range. The wonderful Eufy camera comes with a whopping one-year of battery life, AI-assisted face recognition, entirely free local storage and no additional monthly fees as well as a battery back up in the accompanying base station to prolong the battery life. So, if your entire home power goes down, the Eufy camera will have its own localized backup to ensure that it can continue to operate.

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