[New Release] PowerPort+ Atom III | Anker’s First Charger with PowerIQ 3.0!

Anker

#1

Anker has just released its first charger with PowerIQ 3.0… Take a look at PowerPort+ Atom III!

Features & details

  • Universal High Speed - From iPhone to Samsung to USB-C laptops and more, Anker’s signature PowerIQ 3.0 technology provides high-speed charging to virtually any mobile device.
  • One for All - Compatible with virtually any device that can be charged via USB; with a USB-C PowerIQ 3.0 port and a USB-A port equipped with PowerIQ 2.0.
  • Compact Size - 15% smaller than an out-of-the-box MacBook charger, with all of the power—and double the ports.
  • Powered by GaN - Swapping out silicon for gallium nitride (GaN) has allowed us to take our world-famous charging technology and shrink it way down.
  • What You Get - PowerPort+ Atom III (Two Ports) wall charger, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.

PowerIQ 3.0 provides full-speed charging with support for Qualcomm Quick Charge and USB-C Power Delivery for phones, tablets, laptops, and more.

This is the same design as Anker’s older PowerPort II PD.

Pricing and Availability: Anker’s PowerPort+ Atom III is available to order now via Amazon for a cost of $42.99, and should begin shipping immediately.


What are your thoughts on Anker’s first charger with PowerIQ 3.0? Be sure to let us know with a reply!

Personally, because Anker is marketing PowerIQ 3.0 as a “one for all” solution, I expect a version with PowerIQ 3.0 ports only to be released soon, as well. I also think upcoming PowerCores and PowerDrives will feature Anker’s latest charging technology, too.


Introducing PowerIQ 3.0 | PowerPort+ Atom III
Power Delivery?
#2

Wow, nice to know. So, what is the main difference between IQ2.0 vs IQ3.0 ?
Yes, having more than 1 USB-A will be useful.

Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:


#3

PowerIQ 3.0 supports Power Delivery.

I meant zero USB-A ports… :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:


#4

Thank you for sharing :smiley: Love all these new releases but it always takes some time before everything is available in Europe.


#5

lost you on that… it takes few more years to migrate to USB-C on all devices…


#6

Very intertesting… so a usb-a port that supports PD? So it can quick charge my iPhone?


#7

Good to see new PowerIQ 3.0 breed of Chargers. Thanks for sharing @joshuad11

Honestly, Anker has so many PowerPort+ chargers, this new entry with PowerIQ 3.0, will the there be some of the chargers be discontinued, else this will confuse a lot of consumers, with whole lot of range of chargers


#8

True, I got no clue what does what…:thinking:
Can the experts like @joshuad11 put together a table kind of thing to list them all and features across the columns so we know the differences?


#9

The USB a port currently with power IQ 2.0 can support up to 19.5 w depending which product it is…it varies as some have it at 15w, 18w, and then 19.5w. This USB-A port generally could always fast charge devices, but since it was in limited products most people never got to experience it


#10

Interesting… I’m not very good at understanding charging and such, so I just let others understand and tell me :joy:


#11

45watts. That’s incredible! From a couple years ago. I wonder if Usb-C powerbanks will fallow suit


#12

I agree with you as well. Personally I would have to ask you all about it to see what’s the best charger for me and my wallet :joy:


#13

nice! Thank you for sharing


#14

No, the USB-C port supports PD.


#15

I am working on updated buying guides to make your decision simpler. Stay tuned.


#16

#UPDATE


#17

So would the USB-A port charge my iPhone XR at 15w? Which (I think) is considered “quick charge” for iPhones…


#18

No, the USB-C port would fast charge your iPhone XR.


#19

Would it charge my iPhone at 15w still? Or would it charge it At like 8w like the standard IQ charging ports.?.??.


#20

So they did what I asked and even gave it the name I suggested.

Where’s my fee?

(I’ll take one for free and test as my fee)