Satechi unveils new USB-C GaN chargers for all your Apple power needs

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What you need to know

  • Satechi has today unveiled three brand new GaN chargers..
  • They're USB-C and come in three different sizes.
  • They can be used to charge up to three devices simultaneously!

Satechi, maker of some of the best Mac accessories and accessories for iPad and iPhone, have today unveiled three new GaN chargers for all your Apple power needs.

The chargers use GaN (Gallium Nitride) technology to deliver superfast and safe power high speed charging to all sorts of devices including the iPhone 12, iPads, and even MacBooks.

The first is a 66W USB-C wall charger featuring three ports and a foldable plug. The smallest option, this is great for traveling and on-the-go usage thanks to its small form factor. Despite its size, it can charge up to three devices simultaneously for a combined 66W of power, and the charger can intelligently redistribute power depending on what's plugged in. So you can use it in 65W, 30W/30W, 45W/20W, and 30W/18W/18W combinations.

There's also a 100W version with a foldable plug that offers much more power in a similar form factor.

Finally, there's a new 108W USB-C 3-port wall charger that will work with basically any tech device. Like the others, it can deliver charge to three devices at once, again adjusting output based on what's plugged in using the following combinations: 100W, 60W/45W, 88W/20W, 45W/30W/30W, 58W/30W/20W, or 65W/20W/20W.

Satechi's new chargers are priced at $54.99, $69.99, and $74.99 respectively, and you can also get 15% of Amazon and through July 31 with code GANFAST15.

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