Stuffcool Napoleon GaN Charger with 65W power delivery launched in India at Rs 3,599

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Fast charging has become a sort of norm in 2020. People have been continuously pushing for faster-charging speeds and brands are accommodating to them with ease, but with each step rises a question related to it. In this case, if you have fast charging support, you may be wanting a separate charger. Stuffcool has tried to answer your question with it’s latest product, the Napoleon PD65W GaN Charger. Let us discuss the specifications of the same.

Stuffcool Napoleon PD65W GaN Charger – Specifications

The Stuffcool GaN charger is equipped with two ports- one Type-C port capable of delivering up to PD65W of output and a normal USB A Port capable of delivering 18W QC3 compatible output. The charger can be used to charge the latest devices including iPhones, S series devices, Note series devices, and more. You can also use this charger for 45W fast charging compatible with most Laptops.

The 65W PD is also compatible with the latest Macbook Pro and Air range. There is also BIS certification which means the charger has been thoroughly tested. Additionally, the charger is quite small as well, meaning you can easily transport it and carry it around without any hassle.

Stuffcool Napoleon PD65W GaN Charger – Price and Availability

The Stuffcool Napoleon GaN Charger with 65W support will be launched exclusively on Amazon for the Amazon Prime Day sale, with a special introductory price of Rs 3,599. After the sale, you can purchase this charger for Rs 4,499. The charger will also be available on Stuffcool.com.

What are your thoughts on this new PD Charger? Would you consider buying this or would you choose to spend more and get the original accessories offered by the brands (at a higher cost)? Do let us know in the comments below.

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