It was a long, draining flight – but you’ve made it. You check into the hotel, drop your bags in the room and turn to go enjoy the nightlife or make it to the big meeting.
Only to discover your phone and buds are on their last legs after that long flight and you’ve forgotten to charge your camera’s battery.
Thankfully, you brought your 3X67 Rapid Power GaN Charger.
Its next-generation Gallium Nitride (GaN) semiconductor allows it to deliver a total of 67W rapid charging for three devices simultaneously, while weighing just 110g.
You won’t miss a thing.
This includes iPhone, iPad, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13”. ALOGIC 100W chargers are recommended for MacBook Pro 14” and above.
The other USB-C and USB-A port share 15W - if only one is being used, it will charge at 15W, if two are in use, they'll share 15W.
Max speeds when charging three devices:
USB-C (Lower): 47W
USB-C (Upper) + USB-A: 15W
The maximum wattage of each port is also printed on the charger itself.
Alternatively, if the device came with a charger, the power output will be marked in the specifications printed on the charger.
It is always best to pick an ALOGIC power adapter that provides the same or higher power output in Watts than the charger provided by the manufacturer of your device.
ALOGIC has a range of USB power adapters to suit every application and there is almost certainly a different model that will be the perfect option for you.
If you have older USB-A charging cables for your devices, ALOGIC have USB-C to USB-A adapters available for purchase separately that can allow them to be used with this charger.
Alternatively, ALOGIC also manufactures a comprehensive range of USB-C charging cables that can be purchased separately for use with this charger.
Check out our Elements Pro range of products for some of the charging cables and adapters that we have available.
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US - Plug type A
EU - Plug Type C
UK - Plug Type G
AU - Plug type I
As these are compatible with over a hundred countries covering most of the world, we recommend to Google your intended destination's socket type and checking it's compatible with the four plug above.
It's faster than going through the whole list.