As we advance into the future, more and more of our devices need charging: phones, tablets, headphones, watches, laptops, peripherals, speakers, and more.
Sure, you can charge things one or two at a time, but to be honest, ain’t nobody got time for that. It’d be much more convenient if we could charge everything at once.
Enter River Bank, the portable power station that might make all of our charging dreams a reality. It can charge up to six devices at once — even your laptop.
This sucker, from portable power solutions company EcoFlow, can charge just about anything.
River Bank consists of three modules. You can stack them on top of each other as needed — they transfer power between each other when stacked, and can charge each other when one is low on battery.
The Main module packs in most of what you’ll need, including a Qi-certified wireless charging pad, two USB-C ports, two USB ports, and a USB hub for quick data transfer. The Car module, good for travelers, has a USB-C port and a car jump starter. The AC module features a 100-watt AC port and a USB-C port. You can also add a solar charger.
When it comes to battery capacity, the Main module alone has 94 watt hours (Wh) and 25,600mAh. For context, Amazon’s top-selling power bank, the Anker Powercore 10000, has 36Wh and 10,000 mAh.
Basically, this bad boy is incredibly powerful. In fact, the company claims it’s the largest-capacity product that you can legally take on a plane. Combined, the three modules contain one to four laptop charges, three to six tablet charges, nine to 30 phone charges, and 10 to 25 DSLR camera charges.
If you’ve ever felt the need to charge everything you own at once, even on a plane, you can order the River Bank’s main module for $199 (the Car and AC modules are $99 and $149 respectively) from EcoFlow’s online store.