Prime Day is when everybody looks at all the cool things we can spend our hard-earned money on. I know thanks to Visa, I spent money I didn't have on stuff I really didn't need because the price was right and I just wanted a few things. I know I'm not alone here.
One thing you won't find people talking about on Twitter or Facebook is the great Prime Day deal they found on a charger. That doesn't mean we all shouldn't be on the lookout for one though.
Your phone, tablet, cyborg life partner, or other electronic devices won't work without power. It'd be cool if everything ran on kinetic energy or had a tiny fission reactor inside, but in the real world, you need to charge your stuff. For that, you need a charger.
You could just use the shitty charger that came in the box ... wait. Nope. You're going to need to buy a new one or use whatever you have lying around or your cool electronics won't work. If you have an old charger you can use that's awesome. It's good for the environment and it saves you a little bit of money which are both great things.
I like to have one charger that works with all my stuff. I have a really cool Aukey 100W gAn charger with two USB C ports and a USB Type-A port that can charge my phone, my laptop, headphones, camera, or anything else that needs to be charged. It has replaced the trio of chargers I used to carry in my laptop bag and it's safer and more efficient.
My charger isn't on sale for Prime Day, but plenty of others are and they're just as good. I would recommend to everyone who doesn't already know they need a 100-watt charger the Anker Nano II 65W version. It can charge all your stuff — including your laptop — but it only has one USB C port so you can't charge all the things at once. It makes up for that by being super cheap, especially while it's priced at $35 for Prime Day.
All the charger you need
Gallium nitride is changing the way electronics are being built; you only need to look at charging tech to see why. It does more, is safer, and is much more energy efficient than older silicon technology, and the cool new phone you buy on Prime Day needs to be charged.
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