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Baseus launches GAN5 Pro, Worlds first PD 3.1 160W Multiport power brick

Electronics accessory maker Baseus releases the GAN 5 Pro as the world's first PD 3.1 160W multiport adaptor.
Baseus launches GAN5 Pro, Worlds first PD 3.1 160W Multiport power brick
The Baseus GAN5 Pro

A new promising product from Baseus!

Based on the company's claims, their new product supports multiple charging protocols such as the PD 3.1, 3.0, QC4+, QC 3.0, QC 2.0, SCP, FCP, AFC, PE+, and more. It also comes with a 2C1A output interface along with being the world's first portable digital power charger.
Supports multiple devices
Supports multiple devices

The 28V5A single-port output can also handle up to 140W. Besides charging support from multiple smartphone brands, the new Baseus GAN5 Pro is also capable of powering laptops from Lenovo, Dell, HP, ASUS, Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple, and other brands as well.
In White color
In White color

According to them, it can even quickly charge the 2021 MacBook Pro from 0 to 50 percent within 30 minutes only. Additionally, it also has two USB-C ports and one USB-A port.

The company says that the digital power supply is also an energy conversion system. These systems use digital control technology to manage power, with supervision, communication, and monitoring functions added to or merged with the primary analog control loop.

They also added that an enhanced interface is reserved for the digital power supply. If a larger suitable power device or protocol chip develops in the future, it can fill this role of extra development based on the existing scheme, allowing the product to exceed its current capabilities.

Lastly, they continued that for consumers, data processing eliminates the latency and interference issues that analog controls cant do, resulting in more stable power control alongside a wider range and quicker response.

China price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

Baseus GAN5 Pro - CNY 499 (around PHP 4K)

The adaptor comes in Black or White colors and is now available in China. Although there's no confirmation yet if it will come to the Philippine shores.

What do you guys think?

Source: MyDrivers
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