Today’s modern electronics have brought an increase in the need for USB-C Power Delivery ports as they provide fast charging speed. Take for instance the HyperJuice GaN that may be small but it is also powerful.

People nowadays cannot live without having their smartphones with them at all times. It has become the mode of communication and information dissemination in this modern generation. Thus, people gravitate toward those that provide portability and efficiency in supporting their gear. In the case of high-tech gadgets, a USB-C charger delivers more power to refuel both big and small devices.

The HyperJuice GaN, to be precise, delivers both efficiency and portability. It uses Gallium Nitride (Gan) technology, a semiconductor that is 50 percent smaller but charges faster. It is more efficient than traditional silicon-based chargers.

Dubbed as the “world’s smallest” charger, it offers both a USB-C and USB-A port. There are two USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 ports that deliver a max of 66W at 5~15V/3A and 20V/3.25A. Meanwhile, a single USB-A Quick Charge 3.0 port gives 36W with voltages of 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, and 20V/1.8A. It provides 95 percent power efficiency while maintaining a low exterior temperature.

Performance aside, the HyperJuice GaN looks sleek with its matt and rounded corners. It has a textured surface for a firm grip and it is amazingly small for its purpose. It can easily fit inside your jeans or in a pouch and does not take too much space in your backpack or laptop bag. Best of all, it has foldable wall plugs to up its compact and travel-friendly size.

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