Anker’s Most Intelligent Multi-Device Fast Charging System
PowerIQ™ 4.0 With Dynamic Power Distribution
Charge Up to 26 mins Faster
Real-Time Protection With ActiveShield™ 2.0
Innovative Interlocking Structure
39% Smaller* Than Your Old Charger
*Compared with an original 96W charger.
Data obtained via testing performed by Anker and an independent professional testing organization.
Greener with GaN
If every household in the US used our GaNPrime™ products in place of non-GaNPrime™ products, the
amount of power saved could be up to 796.39 million kWh per year. Data calculated by Anker based on
statistical information from EIA and Finances Online.
- Charge your Apple Watch first when charging multiple devices. If the watch charger is connected to the USB-A port without an Apple Watch connected, unplug and reconnect it before charging.
- Due to MacBook charging identification, it’s normal to see a plug symbol in the battery icon when charging a MacBook with a third-party wall charger. Charging will revert to normal automatically after around one minute.
Due to Dell’s proprietary charging protocol, Dell XPS 15 (9500/9510), Dell Alienware X14, and Dell Mobile Precision Workstation 5570 will not be charged at full speed.
- Power 3 Devices at Once: With 2 USB-C ports and one USB-A port, you can charge your phone, tablet, and notebook all at once from a single charger. Connect a single device to charge at up to 100W.
- Charge Up to 26 Minutes Faster: Our exclusive PowerIQ 4.0 technology features Dynamic Power Distribution, which detects the power needs of connected devices and adjusts power automatically to ensure faster, more efficient charging.
- ActiveShield 2.0: Anker’s proprietary technology enhances protection by intelligently monitoring temperature over 3 million times per day and adjusting power output to safeguard your connected devices.
- Greener with GaN: If every household in the US used our GaNPrime™ products in place of non-GaNPrime™ products, the amount of power saved could be up to 796.39 million kWh per year—that’s enough energy to power Hawaii for a full month.