Sanho’s HyperJuice wall charger that debuted Monday isn’t much bigger than a credit card but still has room for a pair of USB-C ports that can put out 100W, dual USB-A ports that max out at 18W, and swappable power prongs.
It uses Gallium Nitride (GaN), a new semiconductor material that’s more efficient than traditional silicon used in current chargers. It lets Sanho create this ultra-portable wall charger.
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Of course, Sanho isn’t alone in adopting this material — there are rival tiny GaN chargers on the market already.
HyperJuice can handle multiple Apple devices at once
The HyperJuice can simultaneously recharge a MacBook, iPad Pro and two iPhones. All at their maximum charging rates.
The product comes with power sockets for the United States, United Kingdom, European Union and Australia.
Sanho designers kept heat dissipation in mind, but the exterior of this charger is going to get hot. In a test run charging a 15-inch MacBook Pro, the exterior didn’t exceed 140 degrees (60 degrees C), which is within the maximum allowable 150 (65 degrees C).