A portable power station is a compact, self-contained device that provides electrical power for a variety of devices and appliances, such as smartphones, laptops, lights, fans, and even small appliances like refrigerators and microwaves.
Unlike traditional power stations that are typically stationary and connected to the electrical grid, portable power stations are designed to be easily transported and used in remote locations or during power outages. They are generally equipped with rechargeable batteries, which can be charged using a variety of power sources, including solar panels, AC outlets, and car charging ports.
Portable power stations come in different sizes and capacities, with larger units capable of providing enough power to run appliances for several hours or even days. They are commonly used for camping, outdoor activities, emergency preparedness, and as a backup power source during power outages.