It might be too late to order and actually receive discounted mobile gear and accessories before the year ends, but if you hurry, you can still save quite a bit of money on a number of sweet Anker peripherals on Amazon in 2018.

The self-proclaimed “global leader in charging technology” is running an end of the year sale today only, with its popular Qi wireless charger currently available for a whopping 48 percent off its usual list price.

You’re obviously looking at a cable-free charging accessory compatible with both iPhones (XS, XS Max, and XR included) and Android handsets, although the 5W speed at which your mobile device will draw power from this bad boy is certainly not ideal.

But that’s where the Anker PowerPort Speed 5 comes in at a 25 percent discount, delivering 51.5 watts of juice in total via five USB charging ports. This wall-hugging beast also supports both iPhones and Androids, combining Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 functionality with proprietary PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology to guarantee top-notch speeds all around.

Next on the list of heavily marked-down Anker items is a USB C charger with a USB-C to USB adapter included, sold for 31 percent less than usual. This thing can light up your phone, tablet, or MacBook at a rate of up to 19.5W via USB and a bonkers 30W via USB-C, while promising “superior safety” with MultiProtect 11-point testing.
If you want something for the road, the gargantuan 26,800 mAh Anker Astro E7 power bank is discounted by a cool 30 percent at the time of this writing, sporting three charging ports and enough juice to charge your iPhone XS a total of ten times (with the right cable).  

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