[Upcoming Release] PowerPort Atom III 60W (with PowerIQ 3.0)

Anker

#21

You say a 2 port but I really need a 3 port PD car charger since my wife and son as well as myself all utilize it with our phones. Sure we can use the old USB to USB c cable but I’d just rather worry about our c to c cable we use


#22

Wow a 3 port PD car charger? I don’t think any company has released one of those


#23

in my opinion there should be a USB A port on these


#24

There are already too many with USB-A ports!


#25

I meant USB A in addition to PD


#26

I know, there are already too many of those already! The transition should not be taking this long.


#27

No it shouldn’t. Some people just aren’t willing to switch… gonna be honest, it cost too much… you see, I don’t want to buy any USB-C chargers because I don’t need them, and they cost a lot for something frivolous.

Now if brands like Apple and anker used USB-C, I would pick up some chargers to charge my devices. But until then it’s just a waste of money for me :man_shrugging:


#28

Doesn’t Anker use USB C?


#29

Not for most stuff…


#30

Oh that’s right, they still use micro USB to charge their own products


#31

Not interested, it needs to be a 3 port for 60W, intelligently distributed.

I’m leaving home today for 2 nights and I’m not carrying any Anker chargers. This is the part when they stop listening leads to me not buying.


#32

which, to be clear, is different from Anker’s definition


#33

I’m carrying a single port 18W Huawei charger, and a dual port Aukey (like the Anker mini), Huawei Mediapd M5 8.4, LG Watch Urbane 2, Power core II 6700, Slim+, Life, a Powerline 6ft.

So for me too carry Anker charger they’d need a 3 port, 45W assuming it buy a PD Power core once they work with their chargers, 2 type C 1 type A port.

And I don’t think I’m that unusual, 3 to 4 ports 45W to 60W. These single ports aren’t for real people, these simply replace the stock chargers, no more.

Waiting.


#34

Placeholder page up at Amazon US


#35

Seems like it will cost about $40


#36

that’s a good price :+1: worth the small size.