At the moment, the pain points for consumers are the size and the number of chargers, which take up space on the plug and are inconvenient to carry around.
The ideal charger should have more ports, be more powerful, support multiple devices for fast charging at the same time, and be relatively small and easy to carry around.
This way, one charger can meet the charging needs of all mobile devices, whether in a fixed location or on the go, without being cumbersome to carry around.
In response to this demand, a new material is entering the charger world – GaN charger.
What exactly is GaN? What’s so great about it?
Gallium Nitride (GaN) is a new type of semiconductor material that allows GaN switching tubes to switch at significantly higher frequencies and with lower losses than traditional silicon. This allows the charger to use smaller transformers and other inductive components, thus effectively reducing the overall size of the charger.
As a result, gallium nitride chargers are much smaller than conventional chargers.
As consumers demand more size and weight from their chargers, gallium nitride chargers are becoming a favourite of charger manufacturers and are becoming available to a wider range of consumers.
The 65W GaN charger should be the most popular on the market today, as it is not only able to meet the daily charging needs of mobile phones and tablets, but also the power supply needs of thin and light notebooks.