Baseus GaN 100Watt Desktop Charger - Powerful and Efficient

Say goodbye to bulky chargers. Introducing Baseus GaN3 Pro Charger which comes in 2 variants, the 65 Watt and the 100 Watt variant which would satisfy all your charging needs. It comes with 4 ports, 2 USB-C ports and two USB-A ports. It is ideal to charge your laptop, tablet, smartphone and other USB accessories.

This charger has a very peculiar acronym in its name which is GaNGallium Nitride (GaN) chargers do not require as many components as silicon-based chargers, therefore, chargers using GaN tech are physically smaller and more portable than their silicon-based counterparts. GaN chargers are more efficient and can conduct higher voltages over time than silicone chargers.  GaN3 is the latest generation of GaN charging technology and offers continued improvements in power transfer, heat dissipation, and charging speed.

It supports most of the well-known charging technologies, which includes Power Delivery(PD 3.0), Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0, Huawei FCP, and Samsung Adaptive Fast Charge. 

Baseus BPS assignment technology. This GaN3 charger can power your iPad, iPhone and Samsung Galaxy, and the intelligent power distribution technology ensures the best charge for any device. Do take note that the charging speed for each device slows down when multiple devices are being charged at the same time.

This GaN3 USB C PD charger is 10% smaller than the GaN2 products and 60% smaller than the original 61W USB C power supply, takes up less space and keeps your desk tidy while charging your phone, tablet or laptop.

It weighs less than 300 grams for both variations(65W and 100W).

What’s in the box?

The 65 Watt GaN Charger and 100 Watt GaN Charger comes with a free 100Watt PD Cable in the box.

This charger is on sale at all major online shopping platforms. It is available at Baseus Store in Lazada


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