What you need to know
- AUKEY has updated its popular Omnia GaN chargers with three new models.
- The high-end gained 65W, 90W, and 100W options.
- They feature up to four ports each.
AUKEY has announced three new members of the Omnia GaN charger lineup with 65W, 90W, and 100W models now available. The new chargers are powerful yet small and feature up to four USB-A and USB-C ports for extra charging power.
All three models feature GaN technology which enables them to be smaller than traditional chargers while packing a bigger punch. The addition of foldable plugs makes these chargers the perfect travel companion as well. Once we all start traveling again, that is.
At the very tip f the range is the impressive 100W 4-port charger that has two USB-A and two USB-C outputs. Those outputs can be used to power a 16-inch MacBook Pro at full speed – something not all chargers are capable of. The impressive AUKEY PAB7 is available for $56.99 now.
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