Anker 737 PowerCore 24K Power Bank Launched With 24000mAh Battery, 140W Fast Charging, Know Price

Anker has launched Anker 737 PowerCore 24K Power Bank. Its battery capacity is 24,000mAh. This is one of the most advanced products from Anker till date. It has a bi-directional charging feature up to 140W. It can also easily charge modern laptops and fast charging smartphones. It has a color display which makes it even more attractive. It shows many statistics related to charging and device capacity in it. This power bank has 2 USB Type-C ports and one USB Type-A port.

Anker 737 PowerCore 24K power bank price and availability

Anker 737 PowerCore 24K is currently launched in select markets including the US. Its price is $ 149 (about 12 thousand rupees). anchor it official website can be purchased from. It comes in a single black colour. There is no information about when or whether it will be launched in India or not. It might not fit for the Indian market as a lot depends on the price in the Indian market. Here most of the power banks of similar capacity like Mi Hypersonic 20,000mAh 50W Power Bank are available for just Rs 4000.

Anker 737 PowerCore 24K power bank specifications, features

The Anker 737 PowerCore 24K packs a 24,000mAh battery. This power bank has 2 USB Type-C ports and one USB Type-A port, but you do not get any cable in the package. This is a GaN (Gallium Nitride) power bank and has Power Delivery 3.1 compatibility, so you’ll need to buy your own PD 3.1 compatible cable so that you can make the most of its fast charging capability.

The device has bi-directional 140W input-output, so it can fast charge itself and charge devices faster. In comparison, mainstream power banks in India come with 20-22.5W, which is much faster than them. Yes, but it obviously won’t charge as fast when charging multiple devices at once.

Its most special attraction is its inbuilt color display. It shows the remaining charge in the device, informs about the battery health, and also the charging output of each port. Its screen consumes 15% of its battery in 24 hours, so the company recommends turning it off when not in use.

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