Anker is one of the leading manufacturers of portable power products. They have been making their own chargers since 2010. Their first product was the USB to AC Power Adapter which they introduced in 2011. Since then, they have released several other products such as the USB Charger and USB Car Charger. Anker’s chargers are all made from high quality materials with a lifetime warranty.
The company offers two different models of chargers: the Fast Charge version and the SuperFast version. Both versions charge your devices at a faster rate than standard charging methods. However, there are some differences between them.
What Is The Difference Between Anker Fast Charge & Anker SuperFast?
Both versions of chargers are capable of charging most smartphones, tablets, laptops and other electronic devices. However, the difference lies in how quickly they do so. The Fast Charge version charges your device at a speed of up to 5 watts while the SuperFast version charges your device at a speed of up to 2.5 watts. The reason why the latter is much faster is because it uses a 9V or 12V power source (like your car battery) to charge your devices. A normal USB port found in most computers and laptops usually provides 5V of power while the latest MacBooks and iOS devices use only a 12V power source. This means that the SuperFast version can charge these devices much quicker than its Fast Charge sibling.
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