It is reported today that the Taiwanese multinational electronics company, HTC has officially announced the unveiling of a new 65W 2C1A gallium nitride charger.
According to reports the new HTC charger was spotted on Amazon’s e-commerce site. This device has multiple interfaces and enables 65W PD fast charging.
The HTC 65W GaN charger’s detailed model is “HTC CH02,” which features a slim bar design and the “HTC” branding on the black case. The highest power output is 65W. 2C1A has three output ports, one of which is USB-A.
Both have five fixed voltage PDO of 5V3A / 9V3A / 12V3A / 15V3A / 20V3.25A five fixed voltage PDO, the maximum. USB-C1, USB-C2 support power blind plug function, can get 65W maximum output power when plugged in alone. The performance is the same when used alone. The power output is 65W. The maximum output power of USB-A is 60W, and it has six fixed voltage output files of 4.5V5A / 5V4.5A / 9V3A / 12V3A / 15V3A / 20V3A.
The integrated intelligent power distribution strategy regulates the performance of each interface based on the number of devices inserted.
The new charger can charge up to three devices at once and can give fast charging for two of them at the same time. The HTC 65W gallium nitride charger is just 68mm x 41mm x 31mm in measurement, thanks to the high-frequency and high-efficiency advantages of gallium nitride.
The power density is 0.75W/cm3 according to the 65W rated output power, which is substantially lower than the Apple 61W charging. It has more output ports than the charger, and it can accommodate three single-port charges. It works with a 100V-240V 50/60Hz global power grid and features a folding pin design for easy travel.
The HTC 65W GaN charger is small and portable, and the 2C1A three-port output allows customers to charge many devices simultaneously. It has a maximum PD quick charge output of 65W. The HTC 65W GaN charger is now exclusively available on Amazon at $39.99.