Consumer electronics maker Alogic rolled out a new lineup of chargers for travelers in early January. The range includes car chargers as well as portable GaN wall chargers that work in multiple countries to keep your iPhones, iPads, MacBooks and more going.
Equipped with various power capacities and port selections, the chargers could be useful for travel and in hybrid work environments, the company said.
Alogic launches lineup of potent portable chargers
Alogic’s new chargers include portable 67W multi-country GaN wall chargers for mobile devices, tablets and laptops as well as 100W and 30W car chargers.
“Our new portable in-car and wall chargers are designed to power-up devices while on-the-go,” said Ritesh Kumar, Alogic’s co-founder and sales director. “These chargers offer durability and are lab-tested for safety and seamless integration with connected devices.”
“Boasting the latest Power Delivery and GaN technology, these chargers are compatible with latest type C and legacy type A cables,” he added.
67W Multi-Country GaN Wall Chargers
Alogic offers two new wall chargers featuring with different port selection and interchangeable plugs for international travel.
- 67W GaN Wall Charger with 2 USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port plus four interchangeable plug types
- 67W GaN Wall Charger with 1 USB-C port and four interchangeable plug types
Alogic said a next-generation GaN semiconductor allows the chargers to deliver a total of 67W rapid charging for up to three devices at the same time. GaN technology also helps keep the chargers compact.
The devices include a fabric carry case with US/EU/UK/AUS/NZ travel plugs and a braided 100W USB-C Power Delivery (PD) cable.
Chargers to use in the car
Alogic’s new car chargers comes in three variations to suit different needs: 100W power with USB-C and USB-A ports; 30W power with USB-C and USB-A ports; and 30W power with two USB-C ports.
Alogic Rapid Power 100W Car Charger
“The 100W Rapid Power car charger is perfect for use with devices such as Apple iPhone, Apple iPad and iPad Pro, most other mobile phones and tablets, Apple MacBooks, Ultraportable notebooks and Chromebooks,” Alogic said.
- Rapid charging
- Maximum 100W power while using the USB-C port
- 65W plus 18W PD while using USB-C and USB-A ports together
You can use the chargers with older, non-PD-enabled USB devices and even Lighting devices with the right charging cable, too, the company said.
Alogic Rapid Power 30W Car Chargers
The company said its new Rapid Power 30W chargers work well for small and medium-sized devices like iPhones, iPads, and light notebooks, such as MacBook Air. The chargers fit inside the car’s cigarette charging slot and feature dual charging ports (either two USB-C or one USB-C and one USB-A).
Buy the chargers at Alogic.co
Alogic sells plenty of its goods on Amazon, but these new devices don’t appear to be there yet.
- 67W Multi Country GaN Charger with 2 USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port — $89.99
- 67W Multi Country GaN Charger 1 USB-C port — $69.99
- 100W Rapid Power in-car charger with 1 USB-C port and 1 USB-A port — $65.99
- 30W Rapid Power in-car charger with 2 USB-C ports — $33.99
- 30W Rapid Power in-car charger with 1 USB-C port and 1 USB-A port — $28.99