The Shargeek Retro 67W is a brand-new adaptor that Shargeek has introduced

By Mahnoor Mushtaq - Dec 7, 2022

A few years ago, Apple pioneered the practice of omitting AC adapters from their devices. After that, Xiaomi and other makers of Android phones did the same, despite the fact that their models had higher charging capacities than the earlier adapters could handle. Even the most recent Pixel 7 series didn't come with AC adapters when it was introduced. Owners will thus have to decide whether to use their current adapters or purchase a new one that satisfies that grade. The Shargeek Retro 67W is a brand-new adaptor that Shargeek has introduced. Because why not? The little Shargeek Retro 67 W USB-C charger is created to resemble an old Macintosh.

Details about Shargeek Retro 67 W USB-C charger

A proprietary blocky display is built into the small Retro 67 to indicate the total power output levels from all three USB-C connections. The firm has promised early backers of the Indiegogo project shipments as soon as March 2023.
The Shargeek Retro 67W is a brand-new adaptor that Shargeek has introduced
Today's smartphones, even the most recent Google Pixel 7 series, are starting to arrive without AC adapters. Therefore, owners need to use a USB-C port or an existing USB-C AC converter or buy an external USB-C AC adapter to charge their devices. One such converter that can quickly charge USB-C devices up to 67 W is the Shargeek Retro 67 W. Early adopters may get the device on Indiegogo for just $39 USD for a limited time. The GaN Retro 67 W stands out for its small size, Matrix-inspired pixelated display, and retro Macintosh style. Using the real-time display, a MacBook Air M2 may be fully charged in two hours as opposed to an iPhone, which can be charged from zero to fifty percent in thirty minutes. Similar to other USB-C AC converters, the Retro 67 W incorporates several USB ports to charge several devices at once. The 67 W total output from the three integrated USB-C ports is shared. However, depending on how many devices are connected, the 67 W will be divided into 15W, 20W, or 45W.

Mahnoor Mushtaq

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