USB C Charger: If you’ve ever rushed out the door with your phone’s battery dying, you know how valuable electricity is, and the sooner you get it, the better.

Anker PowerPort III

 

Anker PowerPort III

The Anker PowerPort III Nano is the most acceptable alternative for quickly charging any phone: It’s small and affordable. It can recharge a totally depleted phone battery to more than 50% in half an hour.

USB-C chargers charge phones quicker than earlier USB-A types and are compatible with both iPhones and Android devices. By November 2020, all iPhones will have the USB-C–to–Lightning cable required to take advantage of the quicker charging offered by USB-C. (If you purchased your iPhone before that date, you might need to acquire a line separately.) You don’t need to buy more if you already have an Android phone and a USB-C connection to fast-charge with our USB-C recommendations.

We propose the single-port Anker PowerPort III Nano if you want the smallest power brick available to charge your phone at the quickest possible pace. It’s the same size as Apple’s ubiquitous 5-watt charger (the one that used to come with every iPhone box), and it can deliver up to 20 watts through USB-C. That’s enough juice to charge most phones—an iPhone, a Samsung Galaxy model, a Google Pixel phone, or any Android phone with fast charging—more than halfway in 30 minutes. This variant also provides 15 watts of electricity to Apple’s MagSafe wireless charging technology.

Port one: 20 W USB-C

Dimensions: 1.2 by 1.1 by 1.1 inches

RAVPower

The RAVPower 30W Dual Port Compact PD Charger (RP-PC132) outperforms the Anker PowerPort III Nano. Its USB-C connector can charge up to 18 watts and features a second port (the traditional USB-A) that can charge a second device at 12 watts. In our tests, the USB-C port charged a phone to 85 per cent in an hour, whereas the USB-A connector charged 70 per cent. Port one: 18 W USB-C

Port two: 12 W USB-A

Dimensions: 1.9 by 1.9 by 1.2 inches

Spigen PowerArc

If you want to use fast USB-C with numerous devices, the Spigen PowerArc 40W ArcStation Pro is the one to purchase. When only one port remains used, it can charge up to 30 watts. When you use both USB-C ports simultaneously, they both enable complete 20-watt charging, allowing you to charge two phones simultaneously—an iPhone’s battery would charge from 0 to more than 50 per cent in a half hour. In contrast, it would be approximately 20 per cent on the iPhone’s included charger. This type of dual–USB-C charger is still relatively uncommon, and the PowerArc 40W ArcStation Pro is the most outstanding example.

Port one: 30 W USB-C (20 W USB-C when both ports are in use)

Port two: 30 W USB-C (20 W USB-C when both ports are in use)

Dimensions: 1.9 by 1.9 by 1.1 inches

Conclusion

Multiport chargers are handy when travelling. Instead of packing a slew of chargers for the family—or, if you’re travelling alone, for your phone, tablet, headphone, and Bluetooth speaker—bring one charger that does it all.

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