Anker 736 ChargerAnker 736, aka Nano II 100W, is the latest entry in the company’s charger portfolio. As the name suggests, the charger can deliver up to 100W of power, enough to fast charge most devices, including USB Power Delivery-compatible laptops, on the market. In addition, the charger has three ports, including two USB-C, which are great for charging multiple devices simultaneously.

For example, if you own a MacBook Air, an iPhone, and Apple Watch, you can charge all three devices at once with the Anker 736 charger at their top charging speeds.

Anker 736 Charger price

The Anker 100W charger carries a price tag of $75.99, and it’s already available via in the US. In addition, you get an 18-month warranty, and the charger comes in two color options. But only one is currently listed for sale.

There are no USB cables in the box. But if you want USB-C or lightning cables to use with it, I have handpicked recommendations for the best USB-C cables for charging and the best lightning cables.

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Features and specifications

100W Anker 736 ChargerThe highlight of the Anker 736 charge is its use of gallium nitride (GaN), which helped the company keep its size relatively small. GaN is also useful in keeping the charger temperature down, which is necessary when you are charging up to three devices simultaneously.

Additionally, the charger supports a variety of fast charging technologies, including USB Power Delivery 3.0, PPS, and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. This means it will be able to fast charge most smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, wireless earbuds, power banks, and laptops on the market.

You will get up to the full 100W output if you only use one or both USB-C ports. However, the output decreases slightly when the USB-A port comes into play. The USB-A port, when used alone, can provide up to 22.5W of power.

Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav Shukla is a journalist with over 12 years of experience covering the consumer technology space. He started his career with a self-published Android blog and has since worked with Microsoft's,...

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