Anker's New Wireless Chargers and Power Banks Charge Faster
Aug 31, 2023, 10:56 AM by Rich Brome
Anker has announced seven new MagGo wireless chargers and two new Nano power banks, all with faster charging than its previous-generation products. The new MagGo series fully supports the new Qi2 standard based on Apple's MagSafe. That means they support full 15-watt wireless charging, for 2x wireless charging speed. The series "includes a variety of wireless chargers, powerbanks, wireless magnetic pads and an 8-in-1 magnetic charging station". The two new Nano power banks have built-in USB-C connectors eliminating the need for a separate cable. A smaller model attaches directly to the bottom of the phone with a flip-out rigid connector. It has a 5,000 mAh capacity and can charge at up to 22.5 watts. A larger model has a short, built-in USB-C cable that supports two-way charging at 30 watts. It also has both USB-C and USB-A ports and a small color status display. It has a 10,000 mAh capacity. The power banks are available now for $30 and $50, respectively. Pricing and availability for the new MagGo wireless chargers will be announced later.
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