Anker presents its new ultra-compact rapid chargers

Since last year, Apple no longer provides a charger with its iPhones. If you plan to buy one, know that the manufacturer Anker (not to be confused with Aukey, kicked out of amazon recently) has unveiled the second generation of its gallium nitride (GaN) -based chargers, the Anker Nano II collection.

Gallium nitride is a more efficient semiconductor material than traditionally used silicon. It allows you to create more compact chargers: there are now 65 W blocks that fit in the pocket and can power a 13-inch MacBook Pro. In short, this new Nano II range from Anker offers fast charging in smaller cases.

The new chargers are available in 3 models: 30W, 45W and 65W at $ 29.99, $ 35.99 and $ 39.99 respectively. They are equipped with PowerIQ 3.0 technology which allows rapid recharging on all devices (telephone, game console, laptop, etc.). You can trust this brand: some of its products are sold in Apple Store and the ones we have tried, including a small charger and a multi-charger, have satisfied us.

The new collection is available on the Anker site, but delivery to France is not possible. While waiting for a marketing on our territory which should arrive one day or the other, you can always fall back on the previous versions, available at the Fnac Or on Amazon.



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