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CIO-G100W3C1A has originated from Crowdfunding
CIO 100W USB C PD Charger was successfully funded on a Japanese crowdfunding site, and was able to brought to market.
Features of USB-C GaN Wall Charger
Supports up to 100W Output
CIO 100W USB C Charger supports single port 100W output. 16-inch MacBook Pro / MacBook Air can be charged at full speed
In addition to the MacBook Pro, this charger is compatible with other Laptops, PCs, home video games, Nintendo Switch, iPhone 12 series (including iPhone 12 Pro / 12 Pro Max / 12 Mini), iPhone 11 series, Android (Galaxy, Galaxy Note series), iPad Pro, iPad Air 4 and other Apple products, and other USB-C devices.
USB-C 3 Port + USB-A 1 Port
CIO 3C1A charger has USB Type-C (USB C) x3 and USB-A x1.
The GaN technology will utilize optimal and fastest charging for all USB C compatible devices
* To perform PD charging, a Power Delivery compatible cable, a device and a cable is required.
When using two USB-C ports, you can charge your MacBook Pro with 65W and your smartphone or tablet with a maximum of 30W. You can provide high-power to each device even when charging multiple devices at once. When using 3 USB-C ports, it supports 45W + 30W + 18W charging that can be fully charged even if you charge a MacBook Pro, iPad mini5, iPhone11 at the same time. The CIO3C1A can charge maximum 4 devices at the same time with only one outlet.
The USB-A port supports Quick Charge 3.0 (QC3.0) and can fast charge Android smartphones.
* While using the USB-C port and USB-A port at the same time, if the C port is inserted or removed, the A port will be momentarily cut off. Charging a battery-equipped device has no effect, but be careful when using it on a non-battery-equipped device such as a mobile monitor.
Equipped with GaN Technology amp; Ultra-Compact Design
Equipped with next-generation technology GaN (high-quality IC chip Navitas: NV6127 adopted), we have created a credit-card-sized, powerful charger. The small size enables you to use it anywhere, such as at home, at work, or on a trip. You do not need to carry a large and heavy adapter. The plug is foldable so you can put it in your bag easily.
The built-in foldable plugs (Plug Type A) can be ready to use with only one hand. The blue LED will also tell you that the electricity is flowing.
When using the power strip, it does not interfere with other outlet devices because the width of the main body has been reduced to 29 mm.
Supports Fast Charging Protocol
USB-A port supports Quick Charge 3.0, so you can fast charge Android devices.
USB-C is now used for a wide variety of devices.
CIO-G100W3C1A is originated from our desire to create a product that has all the features of a high-powered, multiple ports, and compact design.
|USB-C1 or C2 Output:||5V 3A/9V 3A/12V 3A/15V 3A/20V 5A|
|USB-C3 Output||5V 3A/9V 3A/12V 2.5A/15V 2A/20V 1.5A|
|USB-A Output||4.5V 5A/5V 4.5A/9V 3A/12V 2.5A/20V 1.5A|
|USB-C1+C2/USB-C3 or A Output||65Ｗ+30Ｗ|
|USB-C2+USB-C3 or USB-A Output||65Ｗ+30Ｗ|
|USB-C3+USB-A Output||5V 3A|
|USB-C1+C2+C3 or USB-A Output||45Ｗ+30Ｗ+18Ｗ|
|USB-C1 or C2+ C3+A Output||65Ｗ+15Ｗ|
|Total Output Power||100Ｗ Max|
|100W 3C1A GaN Charger||100W USB-C to USB-C Cable||65W 2C1A GaN Charger||Worlds' Smallest 20000mAh Portable Charger||20000mAh 18W Powerbank|
|Color||White / Black||White / Black||White / Black||Black||Black|
|Length (Cable)||100cm (3.3ft)|
|iPad / iPhone||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Features||QC3.0 / PD3.0 / PPS||PD3.0 / E-Marker Installed||QC3.0 / PD3.0||QC3.0 / PD3.0 / PPS||QC3.0 / PD3.0 / PPS|
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