Anker introduces Astro3 external battery


In this day and age, most of us carry more than a single device wherever we go in order to be as productive as possible. Surely the smartphone would be a compulsory piece of hardware by any means of the imagination, and it is more often than not complemented by a tablet of sorts, in addition to a bunch of other goodies – some might include a portable speaker or the likes. These devices will need juice (electricity) to run for sure, and you would do well to ensure that you have a backup on hand always – such as Anker’s Astro3 external battery. This is a second generation device that is roughly the size of your average flask, but underneath the black exterior lies a high-capacity 12,000mAh battery which is capable of powering up to three different compatible mobile devices at once, thanks to the highest-in- the-industry 4A current capacity.

It is a versatile external battery pack which sports a trio of USB ports, where one of them would include a Smart Port which is capable of identifying the kind of device which is plugged in, where it will then get to work by adjusting itself so that said plugged in device will be able to be charged up within the shortest time possible. You can say that the second generation Astro3 is proud to announce that it is the first of its kind that boasts of a single port which is capable of delivering full-speed, fast charges to both iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

There are two more other ports that offer universal charging for Android-powered devices at maximum speed, and will also play nice with iPhones and other 5V USB-charging devices. The Astro3 has enough battery capacity to deliver up to seven full charges for majority of the smartphones out there, making it one quick, energy-efficient portable power solution that ensures you remain connected all the time. A tiny circular LED power indicators will dial down, letting you know how much its power reserves are left. Expect to pick up the Astro3 in black for $49.99 a pop.

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Andrew Says: September 18, 2013 at 12:27 am

$50 for 12000mAh? That’s too much. You can get a RAVPower 14000mAh for $43. More juice and cheaper price.

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