Anker is exploiting GaN technology because it enables a complete transformation in how consumer electronics are charged. According to Anker and its partners, GaN technology delivers better power transfer efficiency, faster-charging speeds, smaller and more portable chargers, and allows chargers to last longer and be more sustainable.
High-Watt Charger Lineup
Infineon is one of the world’s leaders in semiconductor technology. It provided Anker with its innovative Hybrid Flyback digital power controller XDP and CoolGaN IPS switch, which have never been used in any commercially available electronics.
Both devices allow Anker’s latest charging solutions to achieve a system-level efficiency of 95%, which is the highest in the industry. Compared to other charging solutions, with Infineon’s technology, Anker’s chargers will have 21% less energy loss.
According to Gene Sheridan, CEO of Navitas, Navitas’ GaNFast power ICs with GaNSense technology replaced slow and inefficient legacy silicon materials in Anker’s charging lineup, allowing the charging solutions to reach 97% peak efficiency, up to 25% energy savings, and a 30% reduction in the CO2 footprint of the chargers.
Anker’s new lineup of charging solutions features the latest version of Anker’s PowerIQ proprietary technology that intelligently determines the power requirements of each connected device, thanks to PowerIQ.
Anker 747 Charger
Our Pick Anker 747 Charger $110
The flagship device in Anker’s GaNPrime lineup, the Anker 747 charger is able to deliver up to 150W of power and can charge four devices at once.
The Anker 747 charger is the flagship device in Anker’s GaNPrime lineup. The 747, like its jumbojet namesake, is a high-performance charger with a small footprint.
It allows you to charge four devices at once and can output a whopping 100W of power, which is enough to charge a low-power laptop while being about 38% smaller than its counterparts.
The Anker 747 has a maximum power output of 100W and features Anker’s signature PowerIQ 4.0 dynamic power allocation, which optimizes output to prioritize the device with the lowest battery level.
It also features Anker’s ActiveShield 2.0, which the company claims can monitor temperature “3 million times per day”. It enables an increased temperature detection frequency of 75% compared to previous Anker chargers like the 2021 GaN II and 2018 GaN charging devices.
The Anker 747 Charger priced at $110, is available for pre-order on Anker’s website.
Anker 737 Charger
The Anker 737 contains the same features as the 747, but it is much smaller than the 747. The Anker 737 features three USB ports that can charge your devices up to 100W.
The Anker 737 is available for purchase on Anker’s website for $94.99.
Anker 727 Charging Station
The Anker 727 Charging Station is a 6-Port power strip that features four USB ports and 2 AC outlets. Like the 747, it has a maximum output of 100W and is just 7 inches thick so that it can fit comfortably in your palm or pocket.
The Anker 727 is available on Anker’s website for $94.99.
Lower-Watt Charger Lineup
Anker 735 Charger
The Anker 735 Charger is Anker’s lower-watt charger flagship device. It has similar features to the Anker 747 device but is smaller and has fewer ports. The Anker 735 charger has three USB ports that output up to 65W power.
The charger also features Anker’s proprietary PowerIQ 4.0 technology, which supports Dynamic Power Distribution that adjusts power output automatically to ensure faster charging for the device with a lower battery level.
Anker’s ActiveShield 2.0 is also present in the lower-watt device lineup. It enhances protection for the devices by intelligently monitoring temperature over 3 million times per day and adjusting power output to safeguard your connected devices.
The Anker 735 is available for purchase on Anker’s website for $59.99.
Anker 733 Power Bank
The Anker 733 power bank is a 2-in-1 Charger. It works both as a hybrid 65W wall charger and a 10,000mAh portable charger. The appliance allows you to power three devices at once.
The Anker 733 also features the GaNPrime and PowerIQ 4.0 for higher efficiency and ActiveShield 2.0 for intelligent temperature monitoring. The charger is designed to work flawlessly with many devices such as phones, tablets, and laptops.
The Anker 733 power bank is priced at $99.99 and is available on Anker’s website.
Anker 615 USB Power Strip
The Anker 615 USB power strip features three USB ports and 2 AC outlets that allow you to charge five devices simultaneously from one power strip. The appliance outputs 65W, enough to charge a wide range of devices such as phones, tablets, laptops, and more.
The Anker 615 USB power strip also features ActiveShield 2.0, which ensures the power strip is as safe as possible.
The Anker 615 USB power strip is available on Anker’s website for $69.99.