Anker Launches Nano II, Charger GaN the Second Generation with a Tiny More
Trends charger with small size but has a power output that high would not have been possible without the use of a material called Gallium nitride, or more widely known as GaN. Anker is one of the manufacturers that pioneered the use of GaN, and they apparently can still explore the potential replacement material of silicone is more.
Recently, Anker announced the lineup charger new: Anker Nano II. According to Anker, all charger in this series using GaN technology of the second generation, which offers the performance of 20 percent more efficient than ever before.
GaN itself is already much more efficient than ordinary silicone thanks to its ability to work at higher voltage. As a result, the physical size of the charger GaN II can be made smaller than before, but at the same time without compromising the factor of safety and compatibility.
There are three models of the charger Anker Nano II, which was introduced, the sequence of which most are small: 30W, 45W and 65W. Technically, Nano II 30W has dimensions of 31.5 x 30.4 x 37,9 mm; more concise than the PowerPort Atom PD 30W first generation that has the dimensions of 40.6 x 35.5 x 38 mm although the power output maximum exactly the same.
In fact, the size of the charger 30W first generation was the same as the Nano II 65W which is two times more powerful. Komparasinya will seem more ridiculous again if Nano II 65W juxtaposed with charger 5W congenital iPhone 11, for the two sizes will not differ too much in the grip.
Each charger Nano II comes with one USB-C port, and support technology Power IQ 3.0 which claimed to be able to recharge an iPhone three times faster than using the charger 5W, but at the same time remain compatible with standard Super Fast Charging Samsung's.
In the United States, charger Anker Nano II reportedly will soon be marketed starting in mid-June. The price is pegged at $30 for variant 30W, $36 for a variant of 45W, and $40 for a variant of 65W. So far there is no information related to its availability in other countries.
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