FOSSiBOT F2400 portable power station with 16 ports and solar charging launches

You can charge the FOSSiBOT 2400 power station via a wall socket or solar panels. (Image source: FOSSiBOT)

FOSSiBOT has launched its F2400 portable power station for pre-order in the United States and Japan. The gadget has a 2,048 Wh battery that you can charge through a wall outlet or solar panels. The device has a maximum output power of 2400W with 16 ports, including 100W USB-C and 18W USB-A outputs.

The FOSSiBOT F2400 portable power station is now available for pre-order in the US and Japan. The device has a LiFePO4 battery with a capacity of 2,048 Wh, allowing you to charge a 3,055 mAh phone 178 times or a 13,889 mAh laptop 39 times. The power pack should last over 3,500 cycles and fully recharges in about 2 hours via a wall outlet. You can also charge the gadget using a 500W solar panel input; when combined with a 1100W AC power supply, the 100% recharge time is reduced to 1.5 hours.

The F2400 has a maximum output power of 2400W with 16 ports available. You can connect gadgets through outlets like three 20W and one 100W USB-C ports, two 18W USB-A ports, and 12V DC outlets. The powerhouse has a built-in smart cooling system and a storage space that you can use to carry cables or small gadgets. The gadget measures 15.43 x 10.98 x 12.71 inches (~392 x 279 x 323 mm) and weighs 48.5 pounds (~22 kg).

You can currently pre-order the FOSSiBOT F2400 Portable Power Station in the US and Japan at the discounted price of USD 1,299; the gadget is expected to retail for US$1,699 when the pre-sale period ends on December 5. You can also get a US$300 discount on the device at Amazon. The power station is available in black and green colors and comes with a 48 month warranty.

The FOSSiBOT 2400 portable power station. (Image source: FOSSiBOT)
The FOSSiBOT 2400 portable power station. (Image source: FOSSiBOT)

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