AnkerMake claims its upcoming M5 3D printer can run up to five times faster than other FDM printers (250 mm/s) while producing details as small as 0.1 mm. It has a built-in camera that can monitor your print, capture time-lapse videos, and AI tech to notify you of print problems.
These days, any place can be your office. But if you’re going to be on the road, you want to be fully equipped. Everyday Carry checks out some useful gadgets from Anker that help you stay connected and productive anywhere, from webcams to speakerphones to quick chargers.
Anker’s portable power stations are ready to juice up gadgets numerous times, so they’re great for extended camping trips and location shoots. They come with multiple USB-C, USB-A, and 12VDC ports, as well as one or two AC outlets. They come in 300W/388.8Wh and 500W/777Wh models that charge 8 or 11 devices, respectively.
Electronics maker Anker teamed up with office furniture maker Steelcase to make this charger for on-the-go teams. Featuring a kettlebell handle, this 3 lb. gadget packs a 60,000 mAh battery, three 60W USB-C ports, and one 12W USB-A port for sharing power between laptops and other gadgets, and juices up on a charging tray.
Anker improves on its popular Nebula Capsule portable projector. It now projects a 720p screen, has Google Chromecast and Google Assistant built-in, charges fast via USB-C, and has 1-second autofocus. It still lets you access Android apps and plug-in via HDMI and USB.
Anker’s upcoming PowerPort Atom PD 1 USB-C wall charger is barely larger than the chargers that come with smartphones today. But it’s actually capable of delivering up to 27W, enough to power phones, tablets, and even laptops. It will be available 11/2018 for $30.