Anker Refreshes Its 20W Adapter Lineup With Colorful Anker Nano Pro

Last October, Anker debuted its 20-watt Anker Nano power adapter, a high-speed charger only slightly larger than Apple's standard 5-watt adapter. Ahead of the iPhone 13 launch, Anker today is introducing a refresh for its Anker Nano, which arrives under the name of Anker Nano Pro and comes in four color options: black, white, blue, and purple.

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The Anker Nano Pro has a single USB-C port and essentially the same baseline specs as the Anker Nano, but some of the internals have been tweaked to optimize performance and Anker's ActiveShield safety system features advanced temperature monitoring and power output control to help protect your device while it's fast charging.

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The color options for the Anker Nano Pro are part of what Anker says is a "new direction" for the company that will see it expanding beyond the basic black and white options it's used on most of its products over the years. Other recent colorful product additions for Anker include the lavender grey and mint green versions of the original Anker Nano, several color options for its PowerLine cables, and even the MagSafe-compatible PowerCore Magnetic 5K.

For those looking for a bit more versatility in Anker's lineup of diminutive power adapters, the company is also working on a Nano Pro Dual that will feature 40 watts of charging power and two ports. More information and a launch date for that model will be coming at a later date.

The single-port Anker Nano Pro is available now from Amazon and is priced at $19.99.

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Top Rated Comments

TheYayAreaLiving ? Avatar
11 months ago
I love the new colors. For $19.99 it's a steal! I love how compact it is.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
_Spinn_ Avatar
11 months ago
I’ve been very happy with the Anker Nanos I picked up last year for my iPhone 12.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TrapDoorSpider Avatar
11 months ago
Gaudy branding. I wish companies would discover that less is more when it comes to logos.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
PC_tech Avatar
11 months ago

I really like these neat small GaN chargers but I’ve yet to find my ideal one, want swappable plugs for travelling and two USB-C ports. 30W is enough power.
https://us.anker.com/collections/chargers/products/a2629 like this?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
1BadManVan Avatar
11 months ago

Only 20 bucks to kill your iPhone battery faster with 20w charging. A steal
That’s the dumbest thing I’ve heard. Apple sells 20w chargers as well. In fact, I believe 20w is the lowest wattage brick Apple sells for the USB c cable included with the phone.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MattG Avatar
11 months ago
These are pretty neat; might pick some up. Overall I've been really happy with all of my Anker gear...chargers, cables, docks, surge strips, etc. They've pretty much replaced Belkin for me as far as being my go-to for accessories like this.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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