Symptoms: Feeling like you lost a limb. A state of utter confusion. Disconnection with the digital world.

When you are on the go and your digital device dies, it can stunt your productivity and elicit a major bout of anxiety. If you never want to experience the symptoms that accompany a dead phone, tablet, camera, or console, I recommend grabbing the Anker PowerCore 5000 External Battery.

Crazy Compact

The cylindrical design of the structure makes it easy to grasp and insert into pockets within various carrying containers. According to Anker, the casing is nearly an inch smaller than your standard smartphone. So, it’s an unobtrusive addition to your presentation tool kit. You’ll barely notice it’s with you! And if you do want a smaller external battery, Anker offers a PowerCore mini.

Powerful Capacity

Despite its small stature, the Anker PowerCore 5000 External Battery packs quite a punch of power. It’s capable of charging any device at least once, and some devices twice. It’s got one output charging port and one input charging port. To get the fastest re-charge of your power bank, you should use a wall charger with an Output of 5V//2.4A. The PowerCore 5000 will recharge at whatever speed the output of the wall charger you are using maintains.

Optimum Safety

The product comes with the MultiProtect safety system. There are a couple of circuits included to protect any device you are charging from the effects of surges. This means you don’t have to worry about your presentation device’s tombstone reading “death by surge.” And when you are done charging a product, the Anker external battery will shut off – no hands needed.

You don’t have to feel disconnected ever again! Get your own Anker PowerCore 5000 for only $17. To discover more of my favorite pieces of presentation tech, visit Ethos3 on YouTube.

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