New GaN-based charging options from Anker have been introduced, promising to give up to 150W of power to numerous devices while consuming less power with each charge. Anker’s GaN technology and PowerIQ 4.0 are featured in six different form factors of the new GaNPrime series. Excellent technology that offers faster-charging speeds to devices that only have a little amount of battery life, making it beneficial when you’re charging many devices at once.
The key selling point of the new Anker charging options is their ability to consume up to 7% less energy than the older chargers. The greatest chargers now on the market are easily challenged by Anker, and they also have ActiveShield 2.0, which works to stop the connected devices from producing a lot of heat and adjusts the power output to make sure that temperatures do not go above a set limit.
Anker 747 is 38% smaller than Apple’s 140W charger.
The Anker 747, which the company refers to as a compact form factor charger since it is 38 per cent smaller than Apple’s 140W charger and contains three USB-C ports in addition to a USB-A port, is the top model in this new collection. However, the USB-C ports have a 100W output limit, thus the charger can readily supply power to practically all laptops with less-demanding power requirements.
Anker 747 Charger: Maximum total output is 150W with 3 USB-C and 1 USB-A port.
737 charger: 120W max total output with 2 USB-C and 1 USB-A port.
733 power bank: 65W max total output with 2 USB-C and 1 USB-A port.
727 charging station: 100W max total output with 2 USB-C, 2 USB-A, and 2 AC ports.
615 USB power strip: 65W max total output with 2 USB-C, 1 USB-A, and 2 USB-A ports.
735 charger: 65W max total output with 2 USB-C and 1 USB-A port.
Starting today, Amazon is selling the Anker 735 charger, 615 power strip, and 727 charging station for $60, $70, and $95 each. The third quarter of this year will see the shipment of the remainder of the lineup.
You will be required to pay $110, $100, and $95 respectively to Anker for the 747, 733, and 737 chargers.
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