[New Release] PowerPort Atom III (Two Ports) | Anker’s First Charger with PowerIQ 3.0!


@MacBlank Sometimes you have to shell out your own money if it’s something you want… can’t always ask for free products.

It’s easier to beg for products for free than to buy them yourself? Not so sure…[quote=“professor, post:55, topic:68915”]
Your phone you recently got

How many times did you beg Samsung to send you out one for free?

  • PIQ 3.0 (USB-C Port): 5V ⎓ 2.4A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 15V ⎓ 3A / 20V ⎓ 2.25A (Up to 45W)
  • PIQ 2.0 (USB-A Port): 5V ⎓ 2.4A / 9V ⎓ 1.66A / 12V ⎓ 1.25A


I’m also still a little confused why PIQ 2 is only 15W. Was 18 then 19.5 now 15.

I own Huawei Mediapad M5 10.8 and 8.4 and I plugged them into various Anker chargers I owned and measured success or otherwise.

I own a Pixel C, and Anker’s 60W PD charger is ignored, does not work, they refuse to get anything in common like even 5V.
I own an Anker PD 5, it does intersect PD at 9V 2A.

Yes, I am saying Anker has some weirdness to explain, and I suspect this is marketing who are not fact-checking with technical. Give it a few days for emails within Anker. Your problem is you are basically pre-announcing products. Anker has had 4-5 years of the initial wave of literature being awful, you are tripping up on that.

Wait, so Anker essentially added the QC 3.0 standard to a USB-C port on a charger? Is that what this product is?

QC and PD without officially being either.


There is another post for the same published today on community… So which Post gets merged to which one

That’s easier said than done.

Sometimes people survive below the breadline… How I don’t know?

As you seem to have forgotten (or just after cheap likes‽) I am unable to work, which means I rely on a small payout from the government.

It used to be, “the minimum by law needed to live on”, now due to getting the public to believe we’re all scroungers and lazy, we are paid below the breadline. Poverty is a posh word for, ain’t got no money to pay for essentials. I’d love to know how you felt last time you went cap-in-hand to the food bank? Cos I know each time I use it, I hate it and it’s embarrassing.

Plus, I’m not always on the scrounge, if you took time to read what I write, it’s about the UK getting stuff and missing out. I skip many a giveaway on here, but if you wish to ignore that fact that’s fine, but don’t use me for cheap likes.

Thank you, will be on the look out… :eyes:

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OK I’ll bite.

Below the breadline means insufficient food to be alive. You have posted photos showing you have sufficient calories intake.

Your phone you recently got.

We can get life is hard but it’s worse for others. Others here mention 2 jobs to pay their way.

I have the affliction, nay feels a curse, of remembering details, I recommend you don’t beckon that to summon quotations.

Food quality is understood. Relative income is understandable.

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Before this goes the direction which I think it’s about to go, a request…let’s keep things on track with what the post is about…the Atom III…

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@ndalby there is one other thread by Ankertechnical.

Introducing PowerIQ 3.0 | PowerPort+ Atom III

Can these be merged?

Not sure how this is going to work though…

Good catch…although they might possibly be referring to internal testing / use before it came to market (though essentially developed)?

For some reason they capped it at 18w and left it in place, can’t recall why… :thinking:

They could be merged but I’m holding on a response in the thread from @AnkerOfficial or @AnkerTechnical …as I believe the plan was for an official blog post regarding PowerIQ 3.0 (with mention of the Atom III) but @joshuad11 kinda beat them to it with the Amazon US listing (not certain why they hold on posting sometimes) :confused:

I kind of figured it, so was waiting, knew you were online and already seen these 2 posts… hoping Anker responds soon :slight_smile:

Contributors beat Admins, some times… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Unfortunately, that’s the case most of the time with Anker… not all brands.

It’s okay, though, I enjoy it.


But it’s still good news, isn’t it? PIQ3.0 for the win!

Are you a contributor for other brands too? may be in different line of products? just curious :thinking:

No, I’m not. Wouldn’t necessarily be against it, but it’s a big time commitment.

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It would appear that way, yes. But @professor brings up a good point in that there is still uncertainty as to what’s really going on here.