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The best GaN chargers of 2024: Expert tested

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Satechi 145W tech specs: Ports: 4 x USB-C | Max single port output: 140W | Total power output: 145W | Dimensions: 96 x 76 x 28mm/3.1 x 3.78 x 1.22 inches | Weight: 357 g/12.6 oz

Being a frequent traveler, I’ve often felt that the gear I used on the road was a compromise, lacking the versatility, power, or quality of the equipment I left at home or in the office. The need to balance weight and global compatibility invariably imposed constraints and limitations.

And despite being smaller than Apple’s 140W USB-C charger, two of its ports utilize Power Delivery 3.1 technology, each capable of providing up to 140W of power individually while the other two ports support Power Delivery 3.0, and can each supply up to 45W when used singly.

Read the review: Satechi 145W USB-C 4-Port GaN travel charger

Not any more with the Satechi 145W, 4-Port charger. Not only does this have four USB-C ports to keep all my devices topped up, but it also comes kitted with four interchangeable international adapters (EU/AU/UK/US), complemented by a mesh carrying bag for the ultimate convenience while traveling. And unlike some chargers I’ve tested, the adapters are easy to interchange on this unit.

The reviews of this charger emphasis the build quality and how well designed it is, but don’t make the mistake that some seem to do and buy this charger if you need legacy USB-A charging support, because this is one is designed for modern workloads.

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