Anker’s latest Nano chargers

Anker Nano II chargers

Among third-party accessory brands, Anker is probably a very famous name to global smartphone users. Recently, Anker has continued to launch chargers called Anker Nano II with a super-fast capacity of up to 65W.

Anker has just introduced a new Nano II charger, a gallium nitride (GaN) charger via a new USB-C port with 3 power options of 30W, 45W, and 65W. This is a charger for mobile devices that Anker says has upgraded the chip and inner layer to provide high charging efficiency, less heat.

The charger is very compact; the 30W version is only 31.5mm x 30.4mm x 38mm and can quickly charge an iPhone, iPad, or the new MacBook Air M1.  
The 45W version is for the performance of charging some other items and accessories; this version is only about 37.7mm x 35mm x 41mm large. The charging stand can also be folded to prevent damage.  
Finally, the 65W version with dimensions of 41.7mm x 36mm x 44mm, this large capacity version can quickly charge other devices and especially the 13-inch MacBook Pro. All three versions of the Anker Nano II charger will cost $ 29.99, $ 35.99, and $ 39.99 respectively.  

The advantages of the new Anker Nano II charger

According to Anker’s statement, this new Nano II charger uses “GaN II” technology, which increases operating efficiency by 20%. At the same time, it also generates less heat and is even smaller than previous chargers.

All three have a single USB-C port and feature Anker’s PowerIQ 3.0 technology for power management. The overall size is very compact at 31.5 x 30.48 x 37.85 mm so that users can easily put it in their pocket and take it anywhere.

With a large capacity from 30, 45 up to 65W, this charger can not only be used for phones but also has the ability to charge laptops. Not only that, its price is much more affordable than buying a computer charger.

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