What you need to know
- Satechi has unveiled a brand new 100W USB-C charger.
- The PD Compact GaN charger is powered by Gallium Nitride technology.
- It's very small and can charge several devices at the same time.
Satechi has this week unveiled a brand new 100W USB-C charger, powered by Gallium Nitride technology.
In a press release, Wednesday, the company stated:
The new 100W USB-C PD Compact GaN charger can power a variety of USB-C devices like the MacBook Pro, iPad Air, and even Apple's iPhone with the right cable. With no silicon inside, it has a much smaller footprint than traditional wall chargers.
It features two USB-C PD ports for quickly charging smartphones, tablets, and laptops. You can power up to three devices simultaneously, and the unit will automatically adjust power output accordingly:
Apple users could power a 13-inch MacBook Pro, and an iPad Pro at the same time and at full power!
Not only that, Satechi has an introductory 20% discount running for the rest of this week through Friday, October 2nd.
To qualify, simply use the code GANPOWER when you purchase at Satechi.net. The new compact wall charger is also available at Amazon.
Charge all the things
100W of Gallium Nitride-powered goodness.
Charge a MacBook Pro and an iPad Pro at the same time, or up to three other devices simultaneously.
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