The new iPhone 15 finally has USB-C, who would have thought a few years ago, right? And so that you can properly charge your Apple smartphone, and of course other devices with USB-C, Anker has a few exciting charging gadgets that we tried out for you.
Since Apple, and now some other manufacturers, no longer include a power adapter in the box, the question naturally arises: How do I charge the smartphone properly? First, let’s say: with USB-C on the iPhone you have to make do From now on just a power supply and cables Keep it in your bag if you’re traveling and want to charge your tablet, smartwatch, headphones, etc. in addition to your cell phone – almost all devices now have a USB-C port.
We have it from Anker vier neue Lade-Gadgets der Nano-Serie Get with two chargers and two power banks… and of course the cables shouldn’t be missing either. As the name suggests, power supplies and power banks are primarily compact accessories, but that doesn’t mean performance or quality has been saved.
Video: Anker Nano Series – Small But Powerful!
Let us begin Ankara Nano Charger, which is much smaller than Apple’s 20 watt charger, but delivers up to 30 watts. This is made possible by a material called gallium nitride, which works much more efficiently than silicon, which was previously used as a standard, and therefore enables more compact designs.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max charges to 50% in 30 minutes and the battery returns to 80% after about 50 minutes. The Nano Charger supports PPS and can therefore dynamically control performance. Although 30 watts is not excessive power, the board has active temperature monitoring and various protective measures for safety reasons.
However, the grooved housing is made from 75% recycled plastic and gives the charger a very sleek look in my opinion. The Anker Nano 30 Watt charger is available in four colors for around 25 euros.
Supercleaner Nano 20 Watt Charger
But it will be even smaller, very small indeed Nano 20 watt charger, which takes the form of a slightly larger cube and is narrower than the socket. There is a little less power at 20 watts, but it is completely sufficient. And of course protective mechanisms are still included. The power supply is available in three colors for less than 20 euros.
However, both nano chargers still lack a cable, and Anker certainly offers something suitable: this 543 Bio-nylon-cable With a length of up to 180 cm, a stylish cover and a practical “rubber holder”. The cable is not only designed for power up to 240 watts and therefore can also be used to charge MacBooks and other USB-C notebooks, but is also suitable for data transfer, which is not always the case.
In addition, organic nylon is highly durable because, according to Anker, the wire can withstand more than 20,000 twists—even though more than 45% of the outer material is made from plant materials like corn and sugarcane. The cable is available in black or green for under 20 euros.
This is perfect for spontaneous charging on the go, as no one wants to have an empty battery Nano Power Bank 30 Watt Power and integrated cables. Yes, you heard right: the Loop for Transport is a USB-C cable, which you simply plug into your smartphone With a capacity of 10,000 mAh, you can easily charge an iPhone 15 Pro Max twice.
A small display on the outside shows how much juice is still in the power bank and how long the power bank will last. The power bank can then be charged via the integrated cable or via the additional USB-C port on the side. With the Nano 30 Watt charger, the power storage is full again in 90 minutes. The power bank is available in five colors for €49.99. And here, too, housing is made of recycled plastic, up to 80 percent.
Compact and with fold-out USB-C plug
The series is rounded off by anchors Nano Power Bank with 22.5 Watts Performance and… watch out… fold-out USB-C plug. You can simply plug the compact power bank into the bottom of your iPhone, or of course other smartphones, and the battery will be supplied with fresh energy.
Sure, the 5,000 mAh capacity isn’t much, but you’ll get juice back into the battery quickly when you need it, and the 100g power bank is pleasantly light. And here too, the housing, which is available in five colors, is made from 73% recycled plastic. The price here is 25.99 euros.
Feel free to write in the comments which charging gadget would suit you best! 👏
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