Anker and their brands, Soundcore, Nebula have announced new products at CES 2019.
Anker’s PowerPort Atom PD1 was originally set to release back in November but it was delayed to end of January and cost $29.99 USD. It’s the world’s smaller Power Delivery wall charger and it uses Gallium Nitride to keep it cool.
The PowerCore+ 19000 PD Hybrid is Anker’s “most versatile portable charger yet” with both PowerIQ and PowerIQ 2.0 and USB Power Delivery using USB-C.
You can plug the battery pack into your computer and use it as a USB hub. It costs $129.99 USD and is available now.
Anker’s Soundcore brand has introduced the Wakey alarm clock. It combines a wireless charger (up to 10W) and can emit white noise for better sleep. The clock has 2 5W speakers, 200 LED display with brightness auto-adjust.
The Soundcore Wakey launches in the spring and costs $99.99 USD.
The Rave series are designed for outdoor parties with high levels of audio output, long battery life and beat-driven lights. The Rave has 160W of audio output, 24 hours of playtime and IPX4 water resistance while the Rave Mini has 80W of audio output, 18 hours of playtime and IPX7 water resistance.
The Rave costs $199 USD and the Rave Mini costs $149 USD when they ship in early summer.
Infini Pro is the company’s third soundbar and the first with Dolby Atmos technology. It comes with 120W of audio output, 2 built-in subwoofers, 2 full range drivers and 2 tweeters.
It also comes with HDMI, Digital Optical, Analog Audio, USB audio, wireless music streaming and Bluetooth 5.0. The Soundcore Infini Pro will cost $229 USD when it launches in mid-spring.
Soundcore’s Icon series is made for the outdoors with it’s durable and highly portable design and vivid colour options. The Icon has 12 hours of playtime, IPX67 waterproof and has a built-in strap. While the Icon Mini has 8 hours of playtime and IPX67 waterproof.
The Icon and Icon Mini will launch in spring for $49 USD and $29 USD respectively.
In addition, after launching the Liberty True Wireless earbuds last year, Soundcore is launching the Liberty Air. They use the same graphene-enhanced technology for super clear and more detailed sound, have dual-mic uplink noise cancellation, 20 hours of playtime with a charging case that adds 5 hours of playtime per charge.
The Liberty Air is also IPX5 water resistant and has fast pairing. The Liberty Air is available now for $79 USD.
The new Nebula Capsule II has a resolution of 1280×720 and 200 ANSI lumens. The Nebula Capsule II is running Android TV based on Android 9.0 Pie. There’s also 8W speakers with dual passive speakers, USB Type-C port, HDMI port, USB, AUX-out, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Chromecast.
It’s scheduled to release in the summer but not MSRP has been announced.
The Nebula Prizm II Pro is aimed to be a cheaper alternative to home theatres with 1080p resolution, 200 ANSI lumens, Android TV 9.0 and dual 5W speakers. For connectivity, it comes with HDMI, USB, Aux-Out, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and Chomecast support.
The Nebula Prizm II Pro is set to release later this year.