ORICO today unveiled the AT150, a portable power-bank roughly the size of a coffee flask, or a portable speaker, measuring 232.5 mm x 80.5 mm x 80.5 mm, weighing 1.4 kg. Despite its dimensions and weight, it crams a powerful 39 Ah battery, and packs a 150-Watt pure sine-wave AC inverter. You can make this put out either 110 VAC or 230 VAC (depending on the market), at 50 Hz; or any of the four DC outputs.
If it's an ultraportable that takes in USB-C, the power station also puts out a USB-C meeting USB-PD specs at 60 W. The included 30 W power adapter can juice this thing up in 5 hours. The package also includes a car adapter, so you can recharge using your in-dash power. Among the outputs are a universal AC output (without earthing or dummy earth) that's capable of 150 W, two USB type-A ports each capable of 18 W output, a USB-C port capable of USB-PD 60 W, and a 2-pin. Internally, the AT150 uses a battery of 15 lithium cells; the inverter, and active cooling for the various hot switching components. The body of the power station is made of aluminium, with ABS edges that have vents for the fan. ORICO recommends that the power station has to be consigned before air-travel. Now on sale on AliExpress, the AT150 is priced at $159 (excluding shipping to the US).