Anker s New GaN Chargers Can Now Deliver Up to 150W of Power Across Multiple…

The new GaNPrime line could let you leave a laptop’s bulky power brick at home, assuming it doesn’t need more than 100W of power.

The batteries in your mobile devices continue to be disappointingly limiting, but at least the technology in chargers continues to rapidly evolve so you can quickly top up your gear when you find a power outlet. Anker’s new GaNPrime chargers now promise up to 150W of power delivery from a relatively small brick, giving you enough capacity to charge multiple devices at higher speeds.

Last week, Anker announced it had teamed up with two companies, Infineon and Navitas. to help develop a new line-up of higher-watt gallium nitride chargers capable of outputting up to 15oW of power (in total). The chargers would have improved efficiency while maintaining a compact form factor for easy portability.

Anker calls its new technology GaNPrime, and it includes the next generation of the company’s proprietary fast charging standard: PowerIQ 4.0, which offers charging speeds for individual devices up to 1ooW over USB-C, plus Dynamic Power Allocation to ensure that devices with the lowest charge level get higher priority when several are plugged into a charger at the same time. If your laptop’s battery is doing okay but your smartphone is near death, PowerIQ 4.0 will make sure your phone is charged at its maximum speed, while limiting power to the laptop to accommodate it.

A week after revealing the partnerships behind the technology in the company’s new gallium nitride fast chargers, Anker has revealed its GaNPrime charger line-up, with several options that balance power output, portability, and accessibility with various devices.

Anker 747 Charger (GaNPrime 150W)

The flagship of Anker’s new GaNPrime lineup is the 747 charger, which, from what we can tell, shares nothing with the iconic jumbo jet other than its name. The 747 is available today for 110, and Anker boasts that it’s 38% smaller than Apple’s 99 140W MacBook Pro charger. while including three USB-C ports plus an additional USB-A port. However, each USB-C port on the Anker 747 maxes out at 100W output, while Apple’s USB-C PD 3.1-compliant MacBook charger can deliver a full 140W through its single USB-C port.

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Anker’s latest and greatest still isn’t powerful enough to keep a beefier gaming laptop running while charging its battery. For now the “world’s smallest” 240W GaN charger is still quite beefy, and that’s assuming you’ve got a USB-C PD 3.1-compatible laptop that can handle that much power over USB-C. What Anker’s new GaNPrime chargers are offering are the ability to charge a couple of low-power laptops over USB-C at the same time, or a laptop plus a device like the Nintendo Switch, without needing to pack multiple power bricks when traveling.

Anker 735 737 Charger (GaNPrime 65W 120W)

For those wanting an even smaller footprint, the new Anker 735 and 737 GaNPrime chargers slim down the 747 while still each featuring two USB-C ports and a single USB-A port. The cheaper 60 Anker 735 maxes out at 65W of power output in total, while the 95 Anker 737 can hit 120W in total, with up to 100W through one of its USB-C ports.

Anker 615 USB Power Strip (GaNPrime 65W)

For those wanting the flexibility of charging USB devices as well as other devices with propriety charging cables requiring access to an AC outlet, the 70 Anker 615 is an all-in-one power strip with a removable silicone sleeve revealing a longer extension cord hidden inside—perfect for putting a charger on a hotel room’s bedside table when the nearest AC wall outlet is hidden behind the bed. The Anker 615 offers two USB-C ports, a single USB-A port, and a pair of AC outlets, but USB-C power output is limited to 65W.

Anker 733 Power Bank (GaNPrime PowerCore 65W)

The 100 Anker 733 Power Bank offers similar power delivery to the Anker 735, topping out at 65W of power through two USB-C ports and a single USB-A port, but that’s only when plugged into a wall outlet. As the name implies, the Anker 733 Power Bank also features a 10,000 mAh rechargeable battery built in, but when charging devices using the battery alone, the power output is reduced to just 30W max.

Review: INIU B63 25,000mAh 65W PD Power Bank

Having an all-around type of power bank is the best type to get. Yes, power banks with high capacities and fast charging cost more, but they also enable you to charge most of your portable devices, such as the current one you plan to charge, and also devices you will own in the future. One of the most useful charging specs is a high-wattage Power Delivery (PD) output because most portable devices, such as tablets, phones, and laptops, are compatible with PD.

This review looks at this INIU B63 25,000mAh power bank with a 65W USB-C Power Delivery output. This can be an excellent choice for all-around portable charging; let’s look closely to see why.

Power Capacity:

The 25,000mAh capacity of this INIU B63 power bank is a lot of power that can be used to charge some devices at full power multiple times, and others will charge a single time. For phones, you can expect to charge most phones to full power about three or four times. However, it depends on the phone you’re charging and the battery size of the phone.

In our capacity test video for this INIU power bank, we used a MakerHawk load test from the USB-A port on the charger and set the output to about 15W. Once the capacity of the power bank reached 0%, we got a 16,640mAh output capacity. So for a Samsung Galaxy S10e with a battery of 3,100mAh, you can expect about five full charges.

You can expect about three full charges for charging phones with larger batteries, such as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which has a 5,000mAh battery.

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Charging tablets and laptops will likely yield about a single full charge, and you may have excess capacity, but these devices have huge batteries.

Overall, the capacity of this INIU B63 power bank is still impressive even after its conversion because it still lets you charge devices to full power multiple times. Also, conversion capacity may change depending on the charging speed, as we tested with a 15W output.

Output Charging:

Charging power from this INIU power bank is impressive, with all the ports featuring fast charging. There are two USB-C Power Delivery ports and a single USB-A port.

USB-C 1 has a 65W Power Delivery output, and USB-C 2 has a 30W PD output. The USB-A port has a 22.5W output.

In our test, we charged Lenovo Flex 5 from USB-C 1, which was able to charge at about 30W, the laptop’s max charging speed; we then connected a Galaxy Note 9 to USB-C 2, which was able to fast charge while the laptop still charged at 30W.

While the Lenovo laptop and the Note 9 charged, we charged an LG G7 from the USB-A port, and the LG G7 was only able to the standard charge. So when it comes to charging three devices simultaneously, you can fast charge two devices from USB-C 1 and USB-C 2, but not the USB-A port, which is pretty good.

You have to do it alone to fast charge from the USB-A port, with no other devices charging from the USB-C ports.

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As for Programmable Power Supply (PPS), this INIU power bank indeed features super-fast charging, and we tested both USB-C ports with a Samsung Galaxy S20. The Galaxy S20 was able to super fast charge at 25W, which is its max charging speed; that said, we couldn’t figure out if this power bank features 45W of PPS, which the S21 and S22 phones are compatible with.

Input Charging:

This INIU B63 power bank is recharged via USB-C 1, and the max input speed is 45W of Power Delivery. Our test used a UGREEN 45W USB-C wall charger, which could recharge the power bank at about 41W.

To confirm that the max input speed is 45W, we also used a 100W UGREEN charger and got the same 41W. So make sure you use a 45W wall charger to recharge this power bank, and you should get the fastest 2-hour full recharge time.

Size and Weight:

This is a bit of a chunky power bank, but not exactly large. It has a length of 5.8 inches, a width of 2.8 inches, and a thickness of 1.3 inches. The weight of this power bank is 1 pound. So can you fit this into a ? Yes, if you have s that are big enough but it bulky. Overall, you’ll still be able to take this power bank with you anywhere, and you can easily hold it in your hands or place it in a backpack or purse.

Functional Components:

Using this power bank is very simple. Charging from the ports starts automatically. A power button off to the side turns on the screen at the top; the screen shows the remaining capacity percentage and a lightning symbol when devices are charging. The screen is okay, but it could be more useful considering the space it takes up; it would be more useful if it showed wattage, voltage, or amperage.

At the back of the power bank, there is a kickstand that you can slide out and that can be used to hold up your phone.

Structure and Material:

This INIU power bank is built well; we couldn’t find any weak or cheap feeling parts. Of course, remember not to drop the power bank or expose it to water, as that will damage it.

Tech:

When charging or recharging this INIU power bank, it gets a little bit warm, which is normal. Besides that, this charger still has all the other protections you can expect.

Reliability

If you need a power bank that can charge phones, laptops, and tablets, this INIU B63 power bank is a great choice. It has a high capacity to charge certain devices multiple times, and the fast charging from the ports means you can charge laptops and phones. This is not strictly an Android phone; it’s a universal power bank, as you can use a USB-C to Lightning cable to charge iPhones.

A USB-C to USB-C cable, USB-C to USB-A cable, and a carrying pouch are included. So you can get to using the power bank right out of the box.

Summary:

There’s plenty of output capacity to use the 25,000mAh because, in our test, we achieved about 16,500mAh, which can still be used to charge certain devices to full power many times. Charging power from the ports is excellent, with 65W available from USB-C 1, 30W from USB-C 2, and 22.5W from the USB-A port.

Use a 45W PD wall charger to recharge this power bank for the fastest recharge.

Charging automatically starts, but a power button can be used to turn on the screen at the top. The screen could be more valuable if it showed wattage, voltage, or amperage readings, but it only indicates the capacity.

At the back is a slide-out stand for your phone.

This power bank has a good build and gets warm during output and input charging, which is normal.

If you have devices compatible with USB-C Power Delivery charging, this INIU B63 power bank will be great.

INIU B63 25,000mAh 65W Power Bank Specs

Conclusion:

This INIU B63 power bank has everything you would want from a portable charger, with a high capacity, fast output, and input charging, and it also comes with cables that allow you to use the power bank right out of the box.

  • 【From INIUthe SAFE Fast Charge Pro】Experience the safest charging with over 38 million global users. At INIU, we use only the highest-quality materials, so we do have the confidence to provide an industry-leading 3-year warranty.
  • 【65W Fast Charging for All Devices】INIU’s inspiring 65W charges your MacBook Pro up to 50% in 30 mins. Hit your phones, tablets and steam deck’s latest charging needs, a futuristic feature to rely on.
  • 【25000mAh for A Week】The USB C portable charger power bank fast charging massive power supply can charge MacBook Pro 14ʺ 1.2 times or iPad Mini 6 3.4 times, abundant even for devices of huge capacity.
  • 【Charge 3 at Once】Triple ports are at your pick. Dual USB-C ports directly fit both new iPad and new iPhone, and one USB-A port for your old devices.
  • 【Even Wider Compatibility】INIU battery charger matches with most laptops, tablets, mobiles (iPhone, Samsung. ), and small devices as Airpods. Tend your fast charging and trickle charging needs smartly.

Review: INIU B63 25,000mAh 65W PD Power Bank

Having an all-around type of power bank is the best type to get. Yes, power banks with high capacities and fast charging cost more, but they also enable you to charge most of your portable devices, such as the current one you plan to charge, and also devices you will own in the future. One of the most useful charging specs is a high-wattage Power Delivery (PD) output because most portable devices, such as tablets, phones, and laptops, are compatible with PD.

This review looks at this INIU B63 25,000mAh power bank with a 65W USB-C Power Delivery output. This can be an excellent choice for all-around portable charging; let’s look closely to see why.

Power Capacity:

The 25,000mAh capacity of this INIU B63 power bank is a lot of power that can be used to charge some devices at full power multiple times, and others will charge a single time. For phones, you can expect to charge most phones to full power about three or four times. However, it depends on the phone you’re charging and the battery size of the phone.

In our capacity test video for this INIU power bank, we used a MakerHawk load test from the USB-A port on the charger and set the output to about 15W. Once the capacity of the power bank reached 0%, we got a 16,640mAh output capacity. So for a Samsung Galaxy S10e with a battery of 3,100mAh, you can expect about five full charges.

You can expect about three full charges for charging phones with larger batteries, such as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which has a 5,000mAh battery.

Charging tablets and laptops will likely yield about a single full charge, and you may have excess capacity, but these devices have huge batteries.

Overall, the capacity of this INIU B63 power bank is still impressive even after its conversion because it still lets you charge devices to full power multiple times. Also, conversion capacity may change depending on the charging speed, as we tested with a 15W output.

Output Charging:

Charging power from this INIU power bank is impressive, with all the ports featuring fast charging. There are two USB-C Power Delivery ports and a single USB-A port.

USB-C 1 has a 65W Power Delivery output, and USB-C 2 has a 30W PD output. The USB-A port has a 22.5W output.

In our test, we charged Lenovo Flex 5 from USB-C 1, which was able to charge at about 30W, the laptop’s max charging speed; we then connected a Galaxy Note 9 to USB-C 2, which was able to fast charge while the laptop still charged at 30W.

While the Lenovo laptop and the Note 9 charged, we charged an LG G7 from the USB-A port, and the LG G7 was only able to the standard charge. So when it comes to charging three devices simultaneously, you can fast charge two devices from USB-C 1 and USB-C 2, but not the USB-A port, which is pretty good.

You have to do it alone to fast charge from the USB-A port, with no other devices charging from the USB-C ports.

As for Programmable Power Supply (PPS), this INIU power bank indeed features super-fast charging, and we tested both USB-C ports with a Samsung Galaxy S20. The Galaxy S20 was able to super fast charge at 25W, which is its max charging speed; that said, we couldn’t figure out if this power bank features 45W of PPS, which the S21 and S22 phones are compatible with.

Input Charging:

This INIU B63 power bank is recharged via USB-C 1, and the max input speed is 45W of Power Delivery. Our test used a UGREEN 45W USB-C wall charger, which could recharge the power bank at about 41W.

To confirm that the max input speed is 45W, we also used a 100W UGREEN charger and got the same 41W. So make sure you use a 45W wall charger to recharge this power bank, and you should get the fastest 2-hour full recharge time.

Size and Weight:

This is a bit of a chunky power bank, but not exactly large. It has a length of 5.8 inches, a width of 2.8 inches, and a thickness of 1.3 inches. The weight of this power bank is 1 pound. So can you fit this into a ? Yes, if you have s that are big enough but it bulky. Overall, you’ll still be able to take this power bank with you anywhere, and you can easily hold it in your hands or place it in a backpack or purse.

Functional Components:

Using this power bank is very simple. Charging from the ports starts automatically. A power button off to the side turns on the screen at the top; the screen shows the remaining capacity percentage and a lightning symbol when devices are charging. The screen is okay, but it could be more useful considering the space it takes up; it would be more useful if it showed wattage, voltage, or amperage.

At the back of the power bank, there is a kickstand that you can slide out and that can be used to hold up your phone.

Structure and Material:

This INIU power bank is built well; we couldn’t find any weak or cheap feeling parts. Of course, remember not to drop the power bank or expose it to water, as that will damage it.

Tech:

When charging or recharging this INIU power bank, it gets a little bit warm, which is normal. Besides that, this charger still has all the other protections you can expect.

Reliability

If you need a power bank that can charge phones, laptops, and tablets, this INIU B63 power bank is a great choice. It has a high capacity to charge certain devices multiple times, and the fast charging from the ports means you can charge laptops and phones. This is not strictly an Android phone; it’s a universal power bank, as you can use a USB-C to Lightning cable to charge iPhones.

A USB-C to USB-C cable, USB-C to USB-A cable, and a carrying pouch are included. So you can get to using the power bank right out of the box.

Summary:

There’s plenty of output capacity to use the 25,000mAh because, in our test, we achieved about 16,500mAh, which can still be used to charge certain devices to full power many times. Charging power from the ports is excellent, with 65W available from USB-C 1, 30W from USB-C 2, and 22.5W from the USB-A port.

Use a 45W PD wall charger to recharge this power bank for the fastest recharge.

Charging automatically starts, but a power button can be used to turn on the screen at the top. The screen could be more valuable if it showed wattage, voltage, or amperage readings, but it only indicates the capacity.

At the back is a slide-out stand for your phone.

This power bank has a good build and gets warm during output and input charging, which is normal.

If you have devices compatible with USB-C Power Delivery charging, this INIU B63 power bank will be great.

Conclusion:

This INIU B63 power bank has everything you would want from a portable charger, with a high capacity, fast output, and input charging, and it also comes with cables that allow you to use the power bank right out of the box.

  • 【From INIUthe SAFE Fast Charge Pro】Experience the safest charging with over 38 million global users. At INIU, we use only the highest-quality materials, so we do have the confidence to provide an industry-leading 3-year warranty.
  • 【65W Fast Charging for All Devices】INIU’s inspiring 65W charges your MacBook Pro up to 50% in 30 mins. Hit your phones, tablets and steam deck’s latest charging needs, a futuristic feature to rely on.
  • 【25000mAh for A Week】The USB C portable charger power bank fast charging massive power supply can charge MacBook Pro 14ʺ 1.2 times or iPad Mini 6 3.4 times, abundant even for devices of huge capacity.
  • 【Charge 3 at Once】Triple ports are at your pick. Dual USB-C ports directly fit both new iPad and new iPhone, and one USB-A port for your old devices.
  • 【Even Wider Compatibility】INIU battery charger matches with most laptops, tablets, mobiles (iPhone, Samsung. ), and small devices as Airpods. Tend your fast charging and trickle charging needs smartly.

Review of Anker 733 GaNPrime PowerCore 65W (Power Bank) Charger and 736 Nano II 100W chargers in the UAE

The devices Anker 733 Power Bank – PowerCore (GaNPrime 65W) and Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger, are recommended for consumers who require wall unit chargers. Overall, the products are sturdily built, compact and easy to carry and perfect for business people, travellers and people who want a single charger for smartphones and laptops.

  • Single Chargers for Smartphone and Laptops
  • Value for money
  • Super Charging capacity Wall-Unit Charger
  • GaN Technology
  • Anker 733 comes with 10000mAh built-in battery
  • Prefect for Consumers and Business
  • Anker 736 Charger (100W) didn’t performance to my expectation as compared to Anker 733 GaNPrime (65W) Power Bank and Charger
  • No other major issues

Many well-known smartphone brands have stopped providing wall-unit chargers along the phone, and the consumer has to buy the charger separately from the e-shops or retail outlets. Brands assume that consumers will have their earlier charges which they bought with their earlier phone but the new smartphones come with a higher fast-charging capacity which will charge with earlier old low charging capacity. So the only option remains for the consumer to purchase the same smartphone brand wall-unit charger or buy from a 3 rd party, which can provide additional options like charging the phone, laptops, and more with multiple charging ports.

Anker has introduced many products in the Middle East market, quietly reducing their size and weight while increasing their power output. They’ve put out tiny phone chargers, versions with half a dozen USB ports, and models with enough juice to charge any laptop without breaking a sweat.

The new Anker products FOCUS on providing ease to the consumer. The Anker team has sent us the latest two products – Anker GaNPrime PowerCore 65W (Power Bank) Charger and Anker 736 Nano II 100W wall unit charger.

Anker 733 GaNPrime PowerCore 65W (Power Bank) Charger

The device comes with a dimension of 4.36 × 2.48 × 1.22inches and weighs 320 grams. The device is packaged in 4 colours printed box which has the product image of the device on the front side. The “GaNPrime” word is printed big and bold and it has mention of 65Watt charging with a 10000mAh battery in the power bank charger. On the backside of the box has the image of the GaNPrime description with details.

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The unit comes with 2 USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port for charging. The wall unit charging adapter is the G-Type pin which is suitable for the Middle East region. The device can provide fast charging up to 65 Watts.

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There is a button on the device with small 5 LED light which helps to indicate the power charge in the 10000mAh battery in the power bank.

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While using the device as a wall charger, you get single port charging of 65 Watt output from each of USB-C ports and USB-A provides 22.5W. While using the device as a portable charger (power bank), you get single port charging of 30 Watt output from each USB-C port and USB-A provides 22.5W.

When using two ports simultaneously as a wall charger, you get 45W and 20 W output from 1 st and 2 nd USB-C ports and while using USB-C and USB-A provides 45W and 15W. While using the device as a portable charger (power bank), you get single port charging of 15W output from each USB-C port and USB-A provides 15W.

When using all the 3 ports simultaneously as a wall charger, you get 65 W output from 1 st and 2 nd USB-C ports. While using the device as a portable charger (power bank), you get 15W from each of the USB-C ports and USB-A provides 15W output.

On testing the Anker 733 GaNPrime PowerCore 65W (Power Bank) Charger with Huawei Mate 50Pro smartphone, while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time while connected as a portable charger was 45.91% to 60.70% in 10mins. Charging time while connected as a wall unit charger was 60.70% to 77.10% in 10mins.

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On testing the Anker 733 GaNPrime PowerCore 65W (Power Bank) Charger with a Lenovo Z13 laptop, while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time, charging time while connected as a wall unit charger was 19% to 41% in 20mins. While connected as a portable charger, it showed charging but didn’t work and got a message on the laptop screen to connect with company provided charger or a higher charging capacity charger.

When you open the box you will find the Anker 733 GaNPrime PowerCore 65W (Power Bank) Charger and below the charger will find a carry pouch with USB-C to USB-C cable and manual. Anker 733 Power Bank – PowerCore (GaNPrime 65W), priced at AED 399: Available at Anker store in Mirdif City Center or online on Amazon.ae.

What is the GaN Technology?

Gallium nitride (GaN) is a wide bandgap semiconductor used for high-efficiency power transistors and integrated circuits. By growing a thin layer of aluminum gallium nitride (AlGaN) on top of a GaN crystal, a strain is created at the interface that induces a compensating two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG).

As mentioned on the inside of the box flap – Powered by GaN 2 technology which increases the working frequency of the GaN by 100%, allowing the charger to generate less heat and be shrunk down more than ever.

Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger

The device comes with a dimension of 2.64 in x 1.24 in x 2.24 inches. The packaging has a display cover which has 4 colours printed box which has the product image of the device on the front side cover.

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The “Faster and Smaller” word is printed big and bold and it has the mention of 100Watt. On lifting the cover, you can see the transparent window which shows the product inside the box. On the backside of the box has the image of GaN II details and descriptions.

The unit comes with 2 USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port for charging. The wall unit charging adapter is the G-Type pin which is suitable for the Middle East region. The device can provide fast charging up to 100 Watts.

While using the device as a wall charger, you get single port charging of 100 Watt output from each of USB-C ports and USB-A provides 22.5W.

When using two ports simultaneously (USB-C USB-C) ports, you get 60W and 40 W output. When using 1 st USB-C USB-A ports, you get 80W 18W output. When using 2 nd USB-C USB-A ports, you get 60W 22.5W output.

When using all the 3 ports simultaneously, you get 45W and 30 W output from the 1 st and 2 nd USB-C ports and while using USB-A provides 18W.

On testing the Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger with Huawei Mate 50Pro smartphone, while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time. while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time, charging time while connected as a wall unit charger was 79% to 90% in 10mins.

On testing the Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger with Samsung Galaxy Flip 4 smartphone, while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time. while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time, the charging time while connected as a wall unit charger was 85% to 91% in 10mins.

On testing the Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger with a Lenovo Z13 laptop, while using the 1 st port on the adapter (USB-C to USB-C) charging time, charging time while connected as a wall unit charger was 55% and to 79% in 20mins.

When you open the box you will find the Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger and below the charger will find a carry pouch with USB-C to USB-C cable and manual. Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger, priced at AED 299: Available at Anker store in Mirdif City Center or online on Amazon.ae.

Powered by GaN II Tech

By swapping out silicon for gallium nitride (GaN), Anker reduced the size of our chargers without compromising power.

Anker’s exclusive PowerIQ 3.0 technology ensures compatibility with virtually any operating system or charging protocol, so no matter what device you connect.

Verdict

Both the devices Anker 733 Power Bank – PowerCore (GaNPrime 65W) and Anker 736 Nano II 100W Charger, are recommended for consumers who require wall unit chargers. If they don’t have chargers provided by the smartphone brand. Also, both the chargers can charge new USB-C type power ports of laptops which is excellent, as you don’t need to carry an additional laptop charger. For travellers, who are always on the move and need to charge their phone and laptop from time to time. Anker 733 Power Bank – PowerCore (GaNPrime 65W) has got built-in 10000mAh battery which also helps to charge your mobile when you are on the move and don’t have access to the wall plug. But you can’t charge the laptop in portable mode. While testing Anker 733, it performed very well. But for Anker 736 charger which is 100W as mentioned on the package, didn’t get the expected speed compared to Anker 733 on my review devices.

Overall, the products are sturdily built, compact and easy to carry and perfect for business people, travellers and people who want a single charger for smartphones and laptops.

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