A portable power station is the best solution if someone is looking to spend long time from home. The other case for portable powers stations are to use for the backup power ready to go in case of an emergency. Portable power stations are mainly large batteries in boxes with standard AC outlets attached. So, they’re much bigger, heavier, more powerful, and generally stronger than our USB power bank or portable laptop charger recommendations.

Portable power stations are quiet and emission-free, which means you can use them safely inside a house during a blackout. And since there’s no motor, there’s no need to keep gas or perform the oil changes and the mechanical maintenance issues

Goal Zero Yeti 1000

This portable power station a giant battery with regular AC outlets on it can keep your electronics charged for hours without the noise that comes with a portable generator. After 35 hours testing five top contenders, we found that the Yeti’s impressive capacity of about 1,000 watt-hours or 96,800 mAh power capacity. It has an easy-to-use interface, an intuitive interface with strong outer stood out from the competition. Simultaneously it can give power to an air conditioner, two lamps, two fans, and two other power-hungry devices in one test and running a fan for over seven hours.

The EcoFlow River

It has power that runs for 3.5 hours and can manage to give power one or two devices at a time. With that it is still has the power strength.  So, if you are looking for portability than more power, this is the best choice. The EcoFlow River’s lightweight body and easy-grip handle make it the most portable model weighs 11 pounds. This power station has an informative display, and there are a wide range of output options. These include two AC outlets, four USB-A ports (two DC ports, one 12-volt car port, and two future-proofing USB-C ports.

Goal Zero Yeti 1400 WiFi

The Goal Zero Yeti 1400 WiFi is the most powerful model in terms of maximum output, capacity, and run time. But it’s not quite as powerful as a portable generator. It has maximum output of 1,700 watts, the Yeti 1400 WiFi performed too well.  Before it finally overloaded and shut itself down, you can plug in an air conditioner, a space heater set to low, two room fans on high, a desk lamp, a light-therapy lamp, and 10 halogen bulbs into it simultaneously. Its capacity is almost double that of the smaller Yeti 1000, too, measuring 1,080 watt-hours compared to 750 watt-hours. When we left our 70-watt room fan plugged into the Yeti 1400 WiFi, it ran for 10.5 hours.