Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim - charger with 1x USB-C + 3x USB-A

The new charger Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim is a small, slim gadget that can be used to charge multiple devices at the same time via a USB-C port and three USB-A ports. Despite the slim design, thanks are GaN technology at the USB-C port up to 45 W possible; at the USB-A ports a total of 20 W. A 1,5 m long power cable is included in the scope of delivery, so that a permanent place on the desk, sideboard or elsewhere is possible. Further details and a comparison to the Anker PowerPort Atom III (without "Slim") can be found in this post.

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The new Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim is a GaN charger with USB-C and USB-A and a total output of 65 W. Technical data and a comparison to the predecessor can be found here.

The new Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim is a GaN charger with USB-C and USB-A and a total output of 65 W. Technical data and a comparison to the predecessor can be found here.

Buy Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim (until 11.12. With discount)

On Amazon product page you can find the new multi-port charger from Anker for 39,99 €. With the voucher code AKPOWERP25 However, you will still get a 25% discount until tomorrow - if the device is then back in stock. Because “currently not available” is currently displayed on the page, probably because the new charger has already been sold out since yesterday's market launch. 

Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim USB-C charger, 65W 4-Port PIQ 3.0 & GaN power supply with 45W USB-C ...
  • HIGH SPEED WITH USB-C: Charge your USB-C notebooks such as Dell XPS 45 or Macbook Air via the 13W USB-C input ...
  • ONE FOR ALL: From now on you can charge 4 devices at the same time! The PowerIQ 3.0 USB-C port gives you the maximum ...
  • POWERED BY GaN: Silicon was replaced for the first time with gallium nitride (GaN). The result: Fantastic efficiency with ...

Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim - Technical data

At first glance, it is a handsome charger with 45 W on one and 20 W on three other ports. But what's still in it? In the following I have summarized the most important technical data from the Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim data sheet to answer the question:

  • Dimensions: 90 × 86,5 × 18 mm
  • Weight: 140 g
  • 18 mm slim design with GaN technology
  • High-Speed ​​with PowerIQ (devices are charged as quickly as possible)
  • Charge up to four device batteries at the same time
  • MultiProtect security system ensures that all devices are protected
  • 45W USB-C output, 20W USB-A total output
  • USB-C output: 5V == 2,4 A; 9 V == 3 A; 15 V == 3 A; 20 V == 2,25 A.
  • USB-A output: 5V == 4 A (max.2,4 A per port)
  • Suitable for: smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera, etc.

Compared to the Anker PowerPort Atom III charger

The new “slim” device delivers a total output of 65 W, but this is divided over four ports. The USB-C port, which is intended for the quick charging function of the iPhone and iPad (Pro) as well as for charging the MacBook, only supplies 45 W. But if you want to buy a charger that delivers a lot of power from that same connection, then get it you prefer that Anker PowerPort Atom III USB-C power supply with 60 watts. It only has one connection, but this is a third stronger, which you can benefit from on the Apple MacBook Pro (15 inch). I have shown in my test reportthat it usually requires 55 watts - with 60 W instead of 45 W you are better off;)

Anker PowerPort Atom III 60W PowerIQ 3.0 & GaN Power Delivery compact USB-C charger, compatible ...
  • UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY: From iPhone to Galaxy to USB-C laptops and much more. Anker's exclusive Power IQ ...
  • ONE FOR ALL: Thanks to the 60W USB-C PowerIQ 3.0 port, your PowerPort Atom III is compatible with almost all ...
  • EXTREMELY COMPACT: 35% smaller than ordinary MacBook chargers and as tiny as a golf ball. Fits in every ...
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