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A cellphone that’s on one percent while you’re stuck in traffic. A tablet that runs out of juice during a long and dreary commute. A laptop that decides to die while you’re just trying to get some work done on the go. These are just a few scenarios that teach you never to leave home without a spare charger.
Need a charge on-the-go but wary of those big, clunky bricks you see people hauling around? Anker's the answer, with their most slender portable charger yet. With a subtle blue matte finish and cool-blue LED light-wheel, this dual-port charger is easy to carry, easy to conceal in any casual outfit and still delivers the high-powered charging that Anker is known for.
"The kids were able to charge the iPads on it after theirs died. ...There was still more than half the battery charge left," said a five-star fan.
Need to charge stuff fast? This compact and powerful device has a 65-watt USB-C charging port that boasts the ability to "charge an iPhone 11 in less than 2 hours or an iPad Pro in less than 2.5 hours." It also has interchangeable plugs that work in different countries.
People rave about this charger in the reviews. “Very compact, powerful little charger," said a happy customer. "I was pleasantly surprised how quickly my tablet got charged. The travel ready adapters provide a nice touch for those constantly on the go. You cannot go wrong with an Anker!"
Charge up your iPhone, tablets and more with these durable cables. MFi certification and strict quality testing ensure your Apple devices are charged safely, at their fastest possible speed, while a special design ensures the cables can handle more than 12,000 bends. As a result, they last up to 12 times longer than other cables.
“Our iPhone 13s only came with a very short power cable, so we wanted something longer. These are working out great," said a five-star fan.
In the 15 years since Adam Dailey began boating on Lake Mead, the shoreline has receded hundreds of meters, the result of more than two decades of punishing drought that is drying out the western United States.
Argentine economy minister Martin Guzman, who led debt renegotiations with the International Monetary Fund, announced his resignation Saturday, sparking fresh uncertainty in Latin America's third largest economy.
The Palestinian Authority handed the bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to US forensic experts on Saturday as it seeks to prove conclusively that it was fired by an Israel soldier.
India tightened their grip on the rearranged fifth test against England, with an overall lead of 257 and with seven wickets in hand, despite Jonny Bairstow's belligerent hundred on day three of the contest at Edgbaston on Sunday. A charged-up Bairstow smashed a rapid 106, his third hundred in four innings, providing the bedrock for England's 284 all out in reply to India's 416. The tourists reached 125-3 at stumps in their second innings with the dour Cheteshwar Pujara (50) and the daredevil Rishabh Pant (30) in the middle.
Cheteshwar Pujara's typically gritty and unbeaten fifty left England facing a tough chase to beat India in the Covid-delayed fifth Test after Jonny Bairstow's latest hundred delighted home fans at Edgbaston on Sunday.