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Anker PowerPort Atom PD 2 review: 60W of power with two Type-C ports, but gets too hot for comfort

Anker's recent PowerPort Atom PD 1 set a new standard when it came to wall chargers here at Android Police, so we were excited to take a look at the more powerful PowerPort Atom PD 2. Like its smaller sibling, this bigger version harnesses the magic of gallium nitride to pack more power into a smaller footprint, while also doubling both the number of Type-C outputs (2) and the maximum wattage (60W). Unfortunately, it doesn't quite live up to the smaller model's performance.

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Monday deals: Save on Sonos One, plus bargain wireless chargers and cheap smart lights

Summer is officially underway, and we've got some hot deals for you (sorry). This week, you'll find a really great price on the first-generation Sonos One speaker, plus solid discounts on wireless chargers, a cheap smart light, and a connected bathroom scale for less than you'd probably pay for a regular old dumb bathroom scale.

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Anker Nebula Prizm II review: A no-frills projector at a decent price

We've tried out plenty of Anker projectors over the past few years, most recently the Android TV-equipped Nebula Capsule II. The Capsule II is great, but it's also very expensive the regular price comes in at $579.99. If you want something just as bright, and you're willing to sacrifice on the portability (and the Android OS), Anker has another model just for you.

The Prizm II is a home projector designed to be sat on a table and not moved around often. If you have a need for something like that, Anker's projector is a relatively inexpensive option, but it doesn't have any incredible qualities that make it stand out from the crowd.

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Monday deals: A cheap water-resistant speaker, plus savings on smart home gadgets and USB-C cables

It's the final Monday of spring! Get ready for damp summer fun with a very affordable water-resistant Bluetooth speaker from Anker. Our other deals aren't explicitly summer-related, but you should still check 'em out: smart home stuff, really cheap USB cables, and an exclusive discount on refurbished Kindles.

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Monday deals: Save on Kindle Paperwhite, plus a bunch of charging accessories

Another new week, another new list of deals. Today we've got a very nice price on the newest Kindle Paperwhite, plus all manner of charging accessories. Read on and grab yourself some cheap tech.

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Anker Soundcore Mini water-resistant wireless speaker is only $25 ($5 off) with promo code

If you're the adventurous kind and like to take your music with you on escapades, the Soundcore Mini is for you. It's both dust and water-resistant and offers eight hours of battery life to make sure it lasts during your outings. Thanks to a promo code, you can save $5 on the usual price and pay only $25.

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[Update: Down to $42] Anker's water-resistant true wireless earbuds are down to $45 ($15 off)

There's a lot of hype around the AirPods, but if you're the kind of person that isn't into sticking toothbrush heads into their ear, there are more discreet options on the market. One of them is the Anker's Soundcore Liberty Neo, which is more compact, but also a lot more affordable, especially now that they're down to $45.

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Anker Roav Bolt marked down to $40 (20% off) at Best Buy in its first sale

You may not drive a car that's as up to date as your smartphone, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't have any fun. Anker's Roav Bolt aims to bridge this gap by giving you a Google Home of sorts in the car — and it's on sale today for $40 at Best Buy and eBay (with Best Buy being the seller).

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The Eufy Lumos Wi-Fi smart bulb is only $12 on Amazon (25% off)

Connected bulbs are an essential part of a smart home infrastructure, but it's not always easy to know which one to buy. Some have to connect to a proprietary or Zigbee controller, which in turns communicates with your router. Although this tends — or rather, used to — make the bulbs cheaper, it means you have to stick to this particular architecture and to already own the hub. Otherwise, you can turn to Wi-Fi smart bulbs, which connect directly to your router and don't need any intermediary to do so. Although these could be more expensive than the previously mentioned bulbs, their price is now significantly more affordable than what it used to be.

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Anker Powerhouse 200 review: A $350 USB-C battery pack the size of a lunchbox

There are an incredible number of choices when it comes to smaller capacity batteries, but the selection of big, camping-sized units thins out substantially especially if you want comparatively modern amenities like Type-C charging and output. Anker's new Powerhouse 200 fills a slightly smaller niche than its older Powerhouse 120,000, together with the addition of a more modern connector, but its $350 asking price is too much given the compatibility issues and feature set.

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