In addition to the inherent speed boost of Gallium Nitride, Anker GaNPrime also introduces PowerIQ 4.0, allowing the charger to automatically adjust the charger’s power distribution based on each device connected to it. This works hand-in-hand with ActiveShield 2.0, which also adjusts power output to prevent overheating and protect devices. Together, these intelligent features make Anker’s next-gen chargers more reliable and trustworthy, offering peace of mind in terms of both speed and safety.
Anker GaNPrime chargers are also more sustainable in the long run. They are 35% smaller compared to typical chargers, which means fewer materials are used in their production. They are also more power-efficient, so users consume less energy and also pay less. More importantly, their use of the standard USB-C connection means you need only one charger to top up multiple devices, sometimes simultaneously, too. In other words, Anker’s new charging technology offers savings in power, money, and space for nearly the same price as silicon-based chargers.
The Anker GaNPrime lineup covers a wide range of chargers, spanning from 65W to a super-fast 150W, and includes power banks, power strips, and charging stations. The 65W Anker 735 Charger ($59.99), 65W Anker 615 Power Strip ($69.99), and 100W Anker 727 Charging Station ($94.99) are now available at the time of writing. The 120W Anker 737 Charger ($94.99), 65W Anker 733 Power Bank ($99.99), and 150W Anker 747 Charger ($109.99) won’t be coming until the third quarter of this year.