Deals: Anker's Work From Home Sale Includes $21 Wall Chargers, $10 Wireless Chargers, and $20 Power Strips

Anker began a new sale on Amazon today, centered around items that are meant to help anyone working from home. This includes power strips, wall adapters, wireless chargers, and more. There are also a few products from Anker's smart home product brand Eufy, like the EufyCam and Eufy RoboVac.

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This sale includes Anker's PowerPort Strip at $19.99, down from $22.99, and a few wall chargers that provide numerous ports for anyone that uses multiple devices in their workflow. Wall charger prices start at $20.99 for the PowerPort III Duo, which provides two USB-C ports. There's also the PowerPort I with four USB-A ports and one USB-C port at $32.99, down from $49.99.

Anker's Work From Home Sale

Wall Chargers

Wireless Chargers

Eufy Home Products

Miscellaneous

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CarlJ Avatar
54 months ago

Why don't you set the links to open new tabs or pages instead of taking us away from the article?
Ack, please don't do this. If you want it to open in a new tab or page, use your browser to do this - if they force it on the site, then it takes the choice out of the user's hands - there's no way to keep it from opening in a new page/tab (which already annoys the heck out of me with the article links in the forum). Cmd-click will get a new tab if you want.
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sideshowuniqueuser Avatar
54 months ago

Why don't you set the links to open new tabs or pages instead of taking us away from the article?
Because that is not standard web behaviour, and not following standards makes for an annoying user experience.

On a MacBook, if you want to open a new tab, it's simple to hold the cmd button and click the link, I can do it with one hand, coffee in the other. However, if you are actually finished with the current page, and want to open the link in place, it is annoying to have a new tab opened by default, and then to have to close the current page.

On a phone/tablet, alternate to using new tabs, you can open a link in the same window, read it, and use the back button to return to the original page.

If every web site follows this standard, then doing the above becomes automatic reflex. But when some idiot developer decides to open every link in a new window, it throws you out.
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rroach3753 Avatar
54 months ago
Why don't you set the links to open new tabs or pages instead of taking us away from the article?
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davidg4781 Avatar
54 months ago
I’m tempted to get that USB-C charging adaptor. I’m needing new cables too but my current Mac only has A.

Maybe I should upgrade my Mac also?
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Tony_YYZ Avatar
54 months ago

Man... I want that Anker 100 w usb c charger ('https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VSMK849/'), but it’s gotta get under $50 to justify not being OEM.
You're in luck! It's $49.99 with the coupon :p
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chrisbru Avatar
54 months ago
This isn't a very useful work-from-home sale with Amazon having such long delays on the items
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