Anker 747 GaNPrime charger features: 3 USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port | Can charge 2 laptops at once | Can charge up to 4 devices at once | 38% smaller than Apple’s 140W charger, but packs in 10 more Watts (150W)
When you’re traveling, it’s important to keep all your devices powered and ready to go. Has anyone else ever had their phone die just as you’re scanning your mobile boarding pass? To avoid that embarrassment, world traveler Nick Yiu is saving up for the Anker 747 charger to power all his devices for the five flights he has coming up. Even though the brick is smaller than a standard Mac charger from Apple, it offers three USB-C style ports, a traditional USB-A port, and all at a whopping 150W total output. To put it in perspective, it’s powerful enough to charge two laptops in a short amount of time.
“This would replace the need to carry any additional power bricks, so you just need this one alone,” said Yiu.
The 747 also employs Anker’s GaNPrime technology, which is a faster, more powerful, and even more sustainable semiconductor than traditional silicon chargers. Anker’s ActiveShield 2.0 technology also monitors temperature throughout the day and makes the appropriate power output adjustments, safeguarding connected devices. For these reasons and more, this charger is even essential for ZDNET contributor Jason Cipriani when he travels for work.
However, Cipriani points out that while the brick is compact, it is heavy, “falling out of most outlets, which is why Anker includes a plate that fits around the adapter and has a bunch of small suction cups to hold it against the wall.” Aside from its density, the only other downside of the 747 power brick is the $110 price tag. However, when you factor in its adaptability and power, you’re really paying for multiple charges rolled into one.
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