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A cellphone that’s on one percent while you’re stuck in traffic. A tablet that runs out of juice during a long and dreary commute. A laptop that decides to die while you’re just trying to get some work done on the go. These are just a few scenarios that teach you never to leave home without a spare charger.
Need a charge on-the-go but wary of those big, clunky bricks you see people hauling around? Anker's the answer, with their most slender portable charger yet. With a subtle blue matte finish and cool-blue LED light-wheel, this dual-port charger is easy to carry, easy to conceal in any casual outfit and still delivers the high-powered charging that Anker is known for.
"The kids were able to charge the iPads on it after theirs died. ...There was still more than half the battery charge left," said a five-star fan.
Need to charge stuff fast? This compact and powerful device has a 65-watt USB-C charging port that boasts the ability to "charge an iPhone 11 in less than 2 hours or an iPad Pro in less than 2.5 hours." It also has interchangeable plugs that work in different countries.
People rave about this charger in the reviews. “Very compact, powerful little charger," said a happy customer. "I was pleasantly surprised how quickly my tablet got charged. The travel ready adapters provide a nice touch for those constantly on the go. You cannot go wrong with an Anker!"
Charge up your iPhone, tablets and more with these durable cables. MFi certification and strict quality testing ensure your Apple devices are charged safely, at their fastest possible speed, while a special design ensures the cables can handle more than 12,000 bends. As a result, they last up to 12 times longer than other cables.
“Our iPhone 13s only came with a very short power cable, so we wanted something longer. These are working out great," said a five-star fan.
Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has used a speech to threaten military retaliation against anybody who attacked his country, as tensions over the war in neighbouring Ukraine remained high.Speaking on Saturday on the eve of the country's Independence Day, Lukashenko said he had ordered his armed forces to target "the decision-making centres" of Western capitals in the event of an attack on Belarus, adding: "Don't touch us - and we won't touch you," according to state news agency Belta.
Defence Minister Richard Marles is urging patience as investigators finalise their probe into "shameful" alleged war crimes by Australian troops in Afghanistan.The acting prime minister said it was important to allow federal police to follow through on the evidence unearthed by former NSW judge Paul Brereton.
Independent ACT senator David Pocock is open to backing Labor's 43 per cent emissions reduction by 2030 target if it has "integrity".While Senator Pocock wants to see a higher target, he would welcome the less ambitious goal to ensure action started on combating climate change.
More than a million have spilled onto the streets of London to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the UK's first Pride parade, festooning the British capital with a spectacle of rainbow flags, glitter and sequins.After two years of cancellations because of the coronavirus pandemic, the parade came half a century after Britain's first march to celebrate Pride in 1972 in London.
The South Australian Liberals are set to retain the prized state seat of Bragg in a by-election forced by the resignation of former deputy premier Vickie Chapman, but not before being pushed to the wire.With only postal and pre-poll votes to count this week, Liberal Jack Batty is clinging to a narrow lead over Labor's Alice Rolls after another big swing to the ALP.
Western Australia's government has introduced a package of reforms to crack down on councillors behaving badly.The changes to the Local Government Act will be the most significant in its more than 25-year-history, the state government says.
Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd has joined an international advisory group set up by the president of Ukraine to look at ways to prevent future Russian aggression.The 'who's who' group of ex-government foreign policy specialists held its first meeting earlier this month after being established by Ukraine's leader Volodymyr Zelenskiy in May.
Border restrictions enforced in response to COVID-19 will be dropped this coming week, with arriving passengers no longer required to declare their vaccination status or obtain a travel exemption.Changes to the Biosecurity Act coming into effect on Wednesday were made following advice from the Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly that it was no longer necessary for travellers to declare their vaccination status.
Tasmania has launched a review into how a pedophile nurse had worked in a children's ward of Launceston General Hospital amid harrowing evidence from victims at an inquiry.Premier Jeremy Rockliff on Sunday said the state government will establish a Child Safe Governance Review of the hospital and its human resources, to focus on the handling of serious misconduct such as institutional child sexual abuse.
Clinics are shutting down abortion services in the nation's second-largest state after the Texas Supreme Court blocked an order briefly allowing the procedure to resume in some cases, the latest in legal scrambles taking place across the US following the reversal of Roe v Wade.The Friday night ruling stopped a three-day-old order by a Houston judge who said clinics could resume abortions up to six weeks into pregnancy.
The Israeli military says it has shot down three unmanned aircraft launched by the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah heading toward an area where an Israeli gas platform was recently installed in the Mediterranean Sea.The launch of the aircraft on Saturday appeared to be an attempt by Hezbollah to influence US-brokered negotiations between Israel and Lebanon over their maritime border, an area that is rich in natural gas.
Eating disorder recovery advocates are hopeful an initiative to offer a suite of treatment options in a single register will boost support, particularly in regional areas.A national directory of eating disorder clinicians called connect*ed has been launched to help Australians who struggle with conditions like anorexia to get treatment faster.
The World Health Organisation's Europe chief has warned that monkeypox cases in the region have tripled in the last two weeks and urged countries to do more to ensure the previously rare disease does not become entrenched on the continent.Hans Kluge said in a statement that increased efforts were needed despite the United Nations health agency's decision last week that the escalating outbreak did not yet warrant being declared a global health emergency.