With a USB-C PowerIQ 3, you can connect almost any device, from iPhones to Samsungs to USB-C laptops and more. 0 port, as well as a USB-A PowerIQ 2 port. 0 port.
Simultaneous High-Speed Charging: This is the only charger you'll need on your next vacation or business trip, with simultaneous charging for your laptop (45W) and mobile devices (15W).
Charge for up to two hours. Anker's signature PowerIQ 3 is 5 times faster. 0 technology allows virtually any mobile device to be charged at high speeds.
15% smaller: thanks to our innovative use of gallium nitride (Gann), we can create some of the smallest chargers on the planet without compromise in power.
What you get: A power port Atom III (two ports), a wall charger (cable not included), a Welcome Guide, a worry-free 18-month warranty, and customer service.
Questions & Answers
Is it possible to turn off the led light? An active blue led light appears to be present. Is there any way to disable this?
No, the LED light remains a constant blue color and cannot be turned off.
Is the power iq2 going to be enough? The 0 usb port charges at the same rate as the qc3. Is there a 0 for wireless qi?
For more information, please contact our customer service department and provide the model number of your Qi wireless charger.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S10, but I'm not sure it uses this much power on Fast Charge. Is it better to go with a different chager to save money, or is this exactly what I need? Thanks?
On the USB-C connector, I get 45W of PD (power delivery). When plugging in my MacBook Pro, for example, I use the C port. I don't own an S10, but based on what I've read, it can draw up to 15 watts, so it won't be able to take advantage of the extra space. If you can find a less expensive option that provides at least 15W via USB, go for it. If you have C PD, you should investigate it. Keep in mind that low-cost chargers are often "low-cost" in more ways than one, so look for something with a lot of positive feedback. I've had a lot of experience with Anker and Aukey products.
Selected User Reviews For USB C Charger, Anker 60W PIQ 3.0 & GaN Tech Dual Port Charger, PowerPort Atom III (2 Ports) Charger with a 45W USB C Port, for USB-C Laptops, MacBook, iPad Pro, iPhone, Galaxy, Pixel and More
Although the Type C port is small and versatile, it only produces 45 watts
It's worth noting that the Type C port on this charger can only handle 45W, leaving 15W for the USB-C port. It's quite light for a dual port charger, weighing roughly the same as the older (non-dual port) charger. GaN) Powerport Speed 1, despite the fact that it is 2/10 of an inch taller and longer. br>br>If you're wary of sticking to USB-C standards, None of the newer chargers, including those with PowerIQ, Quickcharge, and other features, comply with IF standards. While some older models, such as the Anker 60W PowerPort Speed 1, are USB-compatible, others, such as the Anker 60W PowerPort Speed 2, aren't. IF it is approved. Plus, unless someone has a Quickcharge device and is staring at it with a stopwatch, it appears that the average person is unlikely to notice a difference when compared to Power Delivery. br>br>Breakdown (from smallest to largest in the group image, left to right): br>br>Anker 30W [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] PowerPort III mini, Type C Power Delivery Charger with Foldable Plug, 063 g (2. 2 oz), 2. 0 x 1. 7 x 1. 1 inches. Anker 60W [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0 0 & GaN] PowerPort Atom III, Type C Power Delivery Charger, 130 g (4. 6 oz), 2. 4 x 2. 3 x 1. 1 inches. br>br>Anker 60W PowerPort Speed 1 Charger with Type C Power Delivery, 151 grams (5. 3 oz), 2. 5 x 2. 5 x 1. 1 inches. Anker 60W [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0] [Power IQ 3. 0 0 & 15W [PIQ 2. GaN] PowerPort Atom III, 45W Power Delivery Type C Port, GaN] PowerPort Atom III, 45W Power Delivery Type C Port, GaN] PowerPort Atom III, 45W Power Delivery Type 0] USB- A port wine weighing 144 grams (5. 1 oz), 2. 7 x 2. 7 x 1. 1 inches. br>br>Anker 60W [GaN] PowerPort Atom PD 2, 2-Anker 60W [GaN] PowerPort Atom PD 2, 2-Anker 60W [GaN] PowerPort Atom PD 2, 2-A 180 grams (6. 8 oz. ) Port Power Delivery Type C Charger, 30W each when both ports are active. 3 oz), 2. 7 x 2. 7 x 1. 1 inches. br>br>Anker 60W, PowerPort Speed 1-5 br>br> 30W Power Delivery Type C, 30W shared 4 USB-C port desktop charger 327 g (8. 4 oz) A Ports 3 oz. with cord, 4 oz. 1 x 3. 1 x 1. 1 inches.
| Dec 14, 2021
"Ganfast: Gallium Nitrogen" is a term coined by GanTech
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| Nov 08, 2021
My 15-inch MacBook Pro charges quickly and efficiently
I needed a backup charger for my commute into the city with my MacBook Pro. If you buy it from Apple, a second charger for one of these with the USB cable will set you back around $80. It's outrageous. I have this little two-bedroom apartment for a lot less money. a single power outlet I had an extra USB stick lying around. C to USB- I'm using a C cable to connect the Anker wall charger to my MacBook Pro, and it's working perfectly with the computer on. I have regular screen brightness and a little bit of keyboard backlighting enabled , am running a number of applications and 50 chrome tabs, and I've gone from 30% charge to 63%% Thank you, Anker, for providing a functional, low-cost alternative.
| Oct 11, 2021
Look for a more suitable alternative
Because the technology should be better for $40, I gave this charger one star. The USB-powered charger provided me with a quick charge. However, the USB-C port receives only a sliver of a charge. A, particularly if I attempted to charge my phone while doing so. br>br>I purchased this along with an Anker cable to replace a charger and cable that I had misplaced, and if I can charge my phone without issue using a generic USB-C cable, I'll be happy. A to USB- I would expect nothing less from a $40 purchase than a C cable and an Apple wall charger.
| Jan 29, 2021
Not at all what had been promised
This charger was purchased to power my new Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The 45 watts were exactly what I required. The wattage promised by this charger is not delivered. This one is slower than the 25 watt charger. I'm disappointed because I try to buy Anker products whenever I have the opportunity. My phone was charged in almost two hours using this charger. Before anyone says I didn't use the USB C port, let me assure you that I did.
| Jan 08, 2021
Grip prongs are weak in comparison to the weight and fall out of the outlet
I was looking forward to using this charger as an all-in-one for my iPhone and laptop, but the prongs are weak in comparison to the unit's weight. I tried both wall and desk mounted outlets at home and on a business trip at the airport and hotel and had the same problem. The charger comes out of the receptacle on its side. I'm afraid I'll have to return it.
| Nov 17, 2021
Review after one week
I've only been opening the box for a week. So far, everything is running smoothly. From the USB-C port on my Samsung Note 8, I get "Fast Charging. " My ASUS Chromebook laptop is happy with USB-C as long as there is a port available. I'll write a follow-up review after using it on a trip abroad. Similarly, the Lention 45W wall charger performed admirably until I took it to Europe for a few weeks (USB-C). One of the ports has died, and USB-C is no longer supported. My laptop's C port began to overflow- perilous! It will be a long time before I take this to a 220V region.
| Mar 28, 2021