The “sharing” business is booming everywhere around the world. Bike sharing, AirBnB, Uber, and more. But what you may not know is that Anker has its own portable charger sharing system, in China! Presenting: Ankerbox.
In China, you can rent Anker portable chargers by the hour at places like restaurants, hotels, and karaoke bars. And because this is China, payment happens instantly, by using your phone to scan a QR code. Thanks to Ankerbox, people are free to go about their daily business and never worry about having access to a charge.
Despite the clear advantages, there are still a few lingering concerns some people have about sharing portable chargers.
Have you ever used a service like this? How do you feel about portable charger sharing? Would you like to see something like Ankerbox where you’re from?
If you have some reservations about portable charger sharing, what are your major concerns?
- Slow Charging
- Breaches of Privacy
- Spam Apps
- Infrequent Distribution
- Inconvenient Charger Design
- Fire Risk
- Incorrect Cables
- Potential Viruses
- No concerns, I think it’s awesome!
- I have no need for something like this, since I always take my own portable charger with me