Pixel 6 pro with Nano Pro 40w

I ordered the Nano Pro 40w last week, have not received yet.

I do not see any specs at all on Anker’s site. Probably doesn’t support USB PD 3.0 PPS standard like the google charger that I am seeing?

Just a buy now button and a lot of iPhone pictures.

I have an older Anker wireless charger that seems to work among other Anker chargers like the Nano II 30w and Nano II 65w that I use to charge my laptop.

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You’re probably right, I see only PIQ3 which is PD2.

They do sell PPS chargers.

You do obviously need higher Wattage, like 40W for larger battery items like larger tablets, laptops (who need often at least 30W) but not sure there’s a good reason for one for a smaller battery item like a phone. I always carry a small Powercore so I’m never needing a full fast phone recharge when near a wall socket. That idea doesn’t work for laptops.

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You can always send your item back. So I’d suggest to giving it a try and see how fast it charges. If you are not happy with it, just send it back


Interesting how the Nano II 30w lists it as PPS and the Nano Pro has very little specs. It also says 20W, not 30w?

Nano II 30W:
Wattage : 20 watts
Dimensions : 1.25 x 1.2 x 1.5 inches
Weight : 2.13 ounces (60.5g)
Output: 5.0V==3.0A 15W/9.0V==3.0A 27W/15.0V==2.0A 30W/20.0V==1.5A 30W
PPS: 3.3-11.0V=3.0A Max (30W Max) 3.3-16.0V=2.0A Max (30W Max)

the Google charger is 2.8oz (71g)

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Just got this from Anker:

“Please know that the Anker Nano Pro 521 charger supports PPS charging”

Interesting they don’t list that in the specs or description.

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