My preference to Anker, which has reliable products, and good customer service, may end over this, or at least be reduced. Anker is losing the plot in its lack of focus on USB-C and lack of focus on density of energy.
Press releases is not product. Quit with the hype and actually release innovative products. If you can.
It is a powerbank, duh.
My travel laptop is a Google Pixel C which is happy with a 10W 5V 2A input, products I already own serve it quite well, I just turned mine on, let it update software, then shutdown at 60% charge, to make it last the longest. But that cannot continue indefinately. At some point in a few months I would probably need to do something in USB-PD ecosystem, and if Anker in the future is so bad then as it is now in USB-PD, then bye bye.
I have small trips in September then in October, then a major trip in February, where I seriously lean on portable technology. I pretty much spent all of June living off-grid with (cough, non Anker) solar and Anker Powercore.