Anker, a company that's well-known for making some of our favorite phone accessories, has just unveiled a few new products that will hit just in time for the holidays. Included in the announcement was the company's smallest 27W Power Delivery charger, the PowerPort Atom PD1. It's only slightly larger than a regular 5W charger that you'd find included with a cell phone at the time of purchase, but it's able to easily charge your MacBook, Chromebook, Nintendo Switch, and more quickly. Amazon will be the exclusive seller of this plug in November, and it will cost $30, which is just a few dollars more than the company's previous-gen charger.
Next up, is the Soundcore Model Zero+, a new Bluetooth speaker that features a unique design. It looks almost like a purse, and is on the larger side in comparison to some of the other offerings that the company currently sells. It's the first time Anker is integrating Dolby Audio into a portable speaker, and it also has "Designed by Scan-Speak" drivers, which have been around for a long time and offer unrivaled audio quality. It will be available in November at select retailers, and pricing comes in at $250.
The Nebula Capsule II is its next-generation pocket cinema, and it has Android TV built right in to it. The design resembles a soda can, and the projector is about as pocketable as they come. In addition to Android TV and access to your favorite apps, the Nebula Capsule II also has access to Google's Assistant, so you can use just your voice to find your favorite shows and movies. This one is launching on Kickstarter at the end of October, with Super Early Bird pricing starting at $349, which is the same price as the existing model.
Finally, under the Eufy branding, the company is moving into home security with its first camera. It's a wireless camera with one year of battery life, A.I. assisted face recognization, free local storage, and battery back-up in its base station. Anker has not yet released pricing or availability for this item.
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