Deals: Anker Kicks Off New Sale With $18 USB-C Wall Chargers, $14 Portable Chargers, and More

Anker is back this week with a new set of discounts on Amazon, providing low prices on wall chargers, wireless chargers, and portable chargers. Sales start with Anker's PowerPort Wireless Charging Stand at $13.99, down from $21.99, which represents the only wireless charger that's being discounted this time around.

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Otherwise, there are quite a few USB wall chargers and high-capacity portable chargers to choose from in the new sale. Anker has a 6-port PowerPort USB wall charger for $21.99, down from $25.99, as well as a 2-port PowerPort wall charger that includes USB-C for $18.20, down from $21.94. For the wireless chargers, prices start at just $14.06 for 5,000 mAh and also include 13,000 mAh ($25.49); 20,000 mAh ($31.99); and more.

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Top Rated Comments

adrianlondon Avatar
53 months ago

Anker has been doing these “sales” for the past couple of weeks, they should already call it the official price.
No, this sale finishes on Sunday. And you'll have to wait all the way til Monday for the next one.
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B4U Avatar
53 months ago
For anyone thinking about getting the PowerPort PD 2, you are better off getting the Aukey one because it supports Power Delivery 3.0.
https://www.amazon.com/AUKEY-Charger-Delivery-Dynamic-MacBook/dp/B083DD37W7/
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GeoStructural Avatar
53 months ago
Anker has been doing these “sales” for the past couple of weeks, they should already call it the official price.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
B4U Avatar
53 months ago

But that's about Quick Charge (QC) and not about Power Delivery (PD) though?
Difference between PD2.0 and PD3.0

The change of PD3.0 relative to PD2.0 is mainly three aspects:

First, more detailed description of the built-in battery characteristics of the device has been added.

Second, function of device software and hardware version identification and software update through PD communication is added.

Third, digital certificate and digital signature function have been added.

Source: https://www.starte-cable.com/info/difference-of-pd-2-0-and-pd3-32152604.html
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
GeoStructural Avatar
53 months ago

Has anyone noticed that it will take a month before you’ll see the product on your doorsteps because of Amazon?
It won't really take that much, I ordered the other day and gave me a Friday delivery date, it arrived within 2 to 3 days. They will just give you a safe estimate.
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