Anker 737 Power Bank PowerCore 24K REVIEW — MacSources

6 min readJul 26, 2022

Power bank offers high-powered charging for any device.

One of the most useful charging devices available in the power bank. It is portable power for any devices you might carry with you. I like having different types of power banks available for different circumstances. I have very small power banks that are just for emergency cell phone power and I have some very large power banks that can run a small refrigerator if the power goes out.

Today, I have the opportunity to review one of the newest power banks from Anker’s PowerCore product line — the 737 Power Bank. It’s a portable battery with a total capacity of 24,000mAh with up to 140W of input/output power. It’s a beast of a power bank and it features some of the newest technologies available for charging devices. It has the power to charge an iPhone 13 4.9 times, the Galaxy S22 4.5 times, and the 2020 MacBook Air (M1) 1.3 times.

The power bank is part of Anker’s Series 7 chargers and according to the Main Features included below (provided by Anker’s website), it does have GaNPrime technology built in. It also features PowerIQ and ActiveShield 2.0 which make this a smart power bank. PowerIQ helps the device determine the correct amount of power to send to connected devices and ActiveShield protects the charger and its connected devices by monitoring its temperature and adjusting power output to compensate for any excess heat.

Main Features & Specs

  • Ultra-Powerful Two-Way Charging: Equipped with the latest Power Delivery 3.1 and bi-directional technology to quickly recharge the portable charger or get a 140W ultra-powerful charge.
  • High Capacity and Long-Lasting: Featuring a 24,000 mAh battery capacity and 2× longer-lasting battery life, juice up an iPhone 13 almost 5 times or a 2021 iPad Pro 12.9″ 1.3 times.
  • Smart Digital Display: Easy-to-read digital display shows the output and input power and the estimated time for the portable charger to fully recharge.
  • Powered by GaNPrime: The…




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