Best Pixel 7 and 7 Pro chargers 2023

If you just got your Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro open and are looking for your charging brick, you're out of luck. Google no longer packs one in so if you want to charge your new phone as fast as possible, you'll need a new charger with plenty of power delivery. Luckily, gallium nitride has made chargers more compact than ever, so you can get a high-power multi-port option to charge every piece of tech in your bag, or a compact single-port charger that can slip in a pocket.

Fastest Pixel 7 and 7 Pro chargers

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Lightning strikes with the right charger

Both of the Google Pixel 7 series phones support 30W wired charging. However, their wireless charging specs are slightly different — 20W for the Pixel 7 and 23W for the Pixel 7 Pro. If you want to harness the fastest charging speed on your Pixel, the charger in use needs to have the necessary power output or higher and the PPS fast charging profile. When you're topping up wirelessly, the Extended Power Profile (EPP) is a prerequisite to get the max wireless charging speed.

Google's own 30W brick is a good, safe choice for most people. The Google 30W USB-C Charger can top up your Pixel 7 and 7 Pro at the highest compatible wired charging speeds. It also comes bundled with a Type-C cord sometimes, adding value.

If you prefer to use the same charger for all your gadgets and electronics, especially laptops, choose the UGREEN Nexode 4 100W charger. It is a great choice with plenty of power to charge all of your devices at once.

For something on the go, consider your most common mode of transport. Those who prefer to drive will benefit from the Looptimo 30W Fast USB-C Car Charger. On the other hand, the Anker 733 Power Bank (GaNPrime PowerCore 65W) is a better fit for public transport users with its built-in battery. It even supports 30W fast charging on battery, so your Pixel will have plenty of power by the time you get to your stop.

Whichever you purchase, be sure to grab an excellent USB-C cable to go with your Pixel charger. Even if you get a first-party cable with the Google Pixel 7 or 7 Pro, it isn't sturdy like a nylon-braided cord, nor is it long enough for a lot of folks.

Namerah Saud Fatmi
Editor — Accessories, speakers, and tablets

Namerah enjoys geeking out over accessories, gadgets, and all sorts of smart tech. She spends her time guzzling coffee, writing, casual gaming, and cuddling with her furry best friends. Find her on Twitter @NamerahS.