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Model Number: A2325
Anker 725 Charger (65W)
The Ultra-Compact Dual-Port Charger
High-Speed Charging for Notebooks
Use the 65W USB-C port to charge your MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13″, and other flagship notebooks at high speed.
Charge 2 mobile devices at the same time thanks to one USB-C port and one USB-A port.
Powered by GaN II Tech
By swapping out silicon for gallium nitride (GaN), we’ve reduced the size of our chargers without compromising power. Now with GaN II, we can keep pushing the limits of mobile power even further.
Conforms to the latest IEC 62368-1 safety standard, so you can rest easy while charging your devices.
Notebooks and Tablets:
MacBook Air 2020, MacBook Pro 13'', Dell XPS 13 9360/9380, ThinkPad E490, HP Spectre Folio, ThinkPad X390, Google Pixelbook, Microsoft Surface Book 2, and iPad 2018 and later.
Phones and Accessories:
iPhone 8 and later, Samsung Note10 and later, Samsung S9 and later, Google Pixel 3 and later, Sony XZ3, Sony Xperia 1, Nintendo Switch, Apple Watch, AirPods, and Anker magnetic wireless charger with USB-C cable.
When using both ports at the same time, the USB-C port has a max output of 45W, while the USB-A port has a max output of 18W.
1.91 in × 1.73 in × 2.22 in / 48.57 mm × 43.98 mm × 56.35 mm (not including the charging prongs)
Input: 100~240V~ 1.8A, 50-60HZ
USB-C: 5.0V==3.0A / 9.0V==3.0A / 15.0V==3.0A / 20.0V==3.25A (65.0W Max)
PPS：3.3V-16.0V 3.25A Max （52.0W Max）
USB-A: 4.5V==5.0A / 5.0V==3.0A / 5.0V==4.5A / 9.0V==2.0A / 12.0V==1.5A (22.5W Max)
USB-C + USB-A (45W Max + 18W Max)
For iPhone charging, connect to the PD port using a USB-C to Lightning cable (cable sold separately).
Will charge Nintendo Switch but does not support "Charge-and-Play" in TV mode.
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