Sorry Apple, Anker’s GaNPrime Fast-Chargers are BETTER!

Anker GaNPrime Charger Lineup

We’ve been using Anker’s, Chargers and products for years now since they’re honestly the best. We’ve tested. Just look at my purchase history over the years, buying various Anker products because of their reputation for being high quality and reliable. This article shows off their new Prime multi-device fast chargers. So before we get into the details about each of these chargers, including this one, which is incredibly unique and creative.

Anker GanPrime Features Explained

They all use Gallium Nitro G technology, which gives them higher power capacity, making them very fast and efficient while being ultra-compact and portable.

Compared to other chargers, since these are constructed using Anker’s exclusive stacked internal structure to reduce the size by up to 53% compared to apple’s chargers, they all have multiple ports. So there’s less e-waste since you need fewer chargers. And since they use Ankers Power IQ 4.0 technology that detects the power requirements of your devices and dynamically distributes power in real-time, like for higher wattage devices simultaneously, Anker says they save enough energy to power Hawaii for 30 days.

This dynamic power distribution feature, which adjusts every three minutes and releases extra power output for other devices, can charge up to 30 minutes faster than other charges that don’t have this feature. And finally, the Active Shield T Technology intelligently monitors temperature. It adjusts power output to protect your devices, so you don’t have to worry about any issues with fast charging at night.

Anker 733 Power Bank (GaNPrime PowerCore 65W)

Now with all that new tech out of the way, let me show you how cool and unique each one of these charges is.

To start with this one, the Anchor 733 Power Bank (GaNPrime PowerCore 65W). And by the way, you’ll find the links to all these in the description below. Now, this one is unique because it’s got prongs built in. So what seems like a simple charger that you plug into the wall doubles as a battery bank, which you can take with you on the go with an excellent little charging indicator built into the button.

It’s rated for 10,000 milliamp hours, which is literally over three times the amount of battery in the new iPhone 14 Pro.

But since it’s a 65 WA charger, you can also get full-speed fast charging on the new M2 MacBook, or of course, plug in both your iPhone and MacBook or maybe your iPad. And as a little bonus, it also packs an extra USB airport for whatever else you need to charge or power. And my favourite feature is that you can plug it into the wall without needing a power cable. So it’ll recharge the battery pack while your devices are still plugged in. And, of course, if you don’t need the battery bank, you could leave it plugged into the wall so it’ll be topped off when you need it.

Anker 735 Charger (GaNPrime 65W)

If you want a super portable 65 WA charger, here’s the Anker 735 Charger (GaNPrime 65W), which is incredibly compact, 53% smaller than apples, and a slower 61-watt charger. And what’s nice about it is that it’s very slim so that it won’t interfere with other wall plugs, and it even comes with a silicon stabilizer in case your wall plugs are worn out and loose.

For portability, it also features foldable prongs. And just like the first one I showed you, it’s got up to 65 watts of charging power.

Anker 747 Charger (GaNPrime 150W)

If you want to go all out, they’ve also got the Anker 747 Charger (GaNPrime 150W), which offers up to 150 watts of power and can fast charge four different devices simultaneously. And the crazy thing is that it’s 38% smaller than the original Apple 140 Watts charger, except, of course, it’s got four ports instead of one.

Anker 615 USB Power Strip (GaNPrime 65W)

Next up, we have the super unique and thoughtfully designed Anker 615 USB Power Strip (GaNPrime 65W), which comes plugged into itself like this to offer infinite power.

I’m just kidding. It simply makes it incredibly portable. Now you might be wondering why the cable looks so short for a power strip. This unique rubber shroud conceals the rest of the cable to make it look clean and portable. And lifting it reveals the entire length of the three-foot cable. Now just like the other two, it offers 65 watts of charging power across the two USBC ports and USB A port, which can charge a 14-inch MacBook Pro in just 37 minutes. However, this power strip also comes with not one but two AC outlets. You can plug in whatever else your heart desires, making it perfect for travel.

Anker 727 Charging Station (GaNPrime 100W)

Now the Anker 727 Charging Station (GaNPrime 100W) takes this to the next level, incredibly capable considering how thin and compact it is.

This one comes with a very high-quality five-foot power cord. And the power station supplies up to a hundred watts of power that can charge a 16-inch MacBook Pro to 50% and 43 minutes. Or you can split up the charge by, for example, supplying 65 watts to your MacBook while giving 30 to your iPad across of total of two USB-C ports to US B ports and two AC outlets right on top.

So this one is perfect if you want to charge your laptop, your iPhone, and other products like your Apple Watch and AirPods simultaneously. The crazy and unique thing about this charging station is that it’s so thin that it seems impossible to plug in a complete power plug. Still, the genius at Anchor engineered the outlets themselves to extend and protrude out when something gets plugged into them, which is super creative and clever. It allows it to stay as thin as possible for travelling. And it’s even got a little light that turns blue to show you when its output is between 90 and a hundred watts of power.

Anker 737 Charger (GaNPrime 120W)

Finally, we have the Anker 737 Charger (GaNPrime 120W), similar to the 735, but instead of 65 watts of power, it applies 120 watts, which is super impressive considering the compact design, which is 39% smaller than apples, much slower 96 watch charger just like the other one.

It comes with a silicone stabilizer, two USB-C ports, and a USB A port, except this one outputs much more power. So it’s meant to be able to fast charge your MacBook and another device like your iPhone or iPad simultaneously.

So I must admit I was pleasantly surprised by the build quality of all of these new G Prime products from Anchor.

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Title: Sorry Apple, Anker’s GaNPrime Fast-Chargers are BETTER!