Accessories maker, Anker made a few announcements at IFA 2019 in Berlin across all their brands.
The biggest announcement was probably the Nebula Soundbar Fire TV Edition. It combines a powerful 2.1 soundbar along with a Fire TV.
The Nebula Soundbar Fire TV Edition supports streaming of up to 4K Ultra HD content and up to 60fps, Dolby Vision, HDR and HDR10+.
The soundbar has 2 speakers, 2 subwoofers to create 100W of sound. The included voice remote allows you to talk to Alexa and control your soundbar and compatible TV.
The Nebula Soundbar Fire TV Edition is available for pre-order now and will start shipping on November 21st. It’ll cost $269 CAD (in Canada), $229 USD (in the US), £179.99 (in the United Kingdom), and €209.99 (in Germany).
Alongside the new soundbar, there’s the Nebula Apollo projector that has 200 ANSI Lumens, touch controls, 4 hours of playtime, built-in 6W speaker and runs Android 7.1. The Nebula Apollo is available now for €399.99.
The Nebula Capsule Max offers 720p resolution at 200 ANSI Lumens, 4 hours of battery life, HDMI, USB, Aux-Out, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Miracast. There’s also 8W speaker and costs €499.99.
The main Anker has a few products for your smartphone including the new PowerCore+ 26800 PD 45W.
The battery pack has a 26,800 mAh battery with two USB-A ports with PowerIQ technology and up to 20V of output. It uses USB-C and it’ll launch sometime in October.
The PowerPort III Nano shares a similar design to Anker’s PowerPort Atom PD 1 but doesn’t use GaN technology inside. It has a max output of 9V and comes with Anker’s PowerIQ 3.0 tech.
It’s available in the US today for $19.99 USD and coming to Europe in October for €24.99.
The PowerCore+ 10000 is another battery back but has a 10,000 mAh capacity and either a built-in USB-C or Lightning cable. It’ll launch later this month in Europe for €27.99.
The PowerLine DC to USB-C is a cable that allows you to use a USB-C charger to charge your laptop, shaver, robot vacuum and much more. No release date or price has been announced but it’ll be available in 6ft and 10ft lengths.
On to Anker’s Soundcore brand and we have the Spirit 2 earbuds. They come with Thumping Bass with Oversized Dynamic Drivers & BassUp technology.
There’s also a USB-C port for charging, 14 hours of playtime and IP68 waterproof and SweatGuard. It’ll cost €49.99 when it launches in a few weeks in Europe.
The Spirit X2 are wireless earbuds but offer 36-hours of playtime (via the case), Flexible EarHooks, USB-C for charging and cost €119.99 when they launch in October.
The Soundcore Spirit Dot 2 are mini earbuds that deliver Thumping Bass and 5.5 hours of playtime (16 hours with the case), USB-C for charging. It’ll cost €49.99 when they launch this month.
The Soundcore Life Note has USB-C charging, Graphene Drivers, 40 hours of playtime (via the case) and costs €79.99. It’ll be available in October.
Anker’s Eufy brand has a new robot vacuum called the RoboVac L70 Hybrid. It uses laser mapping & navigation and has a hybrid 2-in-1 Vac & Mop.
It can run for up to 150 minutes and has 2200Pa of Robust Suction Power. It can be controlled via the Eufy app or via the Google Assistant or Alexa.
It’s available now for €499.99.