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With the PowerPort Atom III, the technology manufacturer Anker has presented a new GaN charger with USB-C connection and Power Delivery (PD). GaN (gallium nitride) is used in the charger, which has an output of up to 60 watts, which enables the technology and its performance to be offered in a space-saving manner. The Anker PowerPort Atom III Charger measures according to the product page only 10,0 x 6,3 x 3,5 cm. At 118 g, the weight is also ideal for vacations or business trips. In the following you will find more information about the new, fast charger for iPhone, iPad, MacBook and Co.
As mentioned above, the new Anker charger is space-saving and does not weigh much. Thanks to the use of gallium nitride components, the dimensions are just 10,0 x 6,3 x 3,5 cm and the weight is just 118 grams.With the maximum achievable power of 60 watts, the current MacBook series of Apple will be loaded. In addition, the battery of the Apple iPhone, the battery of the Apple iPad (Pro) and the batteries of many other mobile devices can be charged with it. For this is a USB-C to Lightning, a USB-C to USB-A or pure USB-C cable is required.
The input for electrical power is 100-240 V and 50-60 Hz. The output is automatically regulated in accordance with the connected device. Values lower than 60 watts are also possible in order to charge a cell phone, tablet, camera or the like in addition to the laptop. These combinations are possible:
My test report: Anker PowerPort III mini
You can use the new Anker PowerPort Atom III charger, among other things Buy at Amazon. Soon I will be able to provide you with a test report with my own experiences with the smart charger. Then I'll tell you how well the USB-C PowerIQ 3.0 port performed in the test. If you want to convince yourself of the product yourself beforehand, you will find further information and the possibility to buy the charger on the linked Amazon page.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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