Galio | Ultimate Small & Powerful 120w GaN+SiC USB-C Charger
Updated: Jul 30
120w quick charges to 3 devices | 2 x Type-C + 1 x USB-A | Support all fast-charging protocols | Built-in foldable prongs & safeguards
Galio is developed to be the smallest charger on earth that delivers the maximum power possible through the use of the pioneering gallium nitride and silicon carbide (GaN+SiC) technology.
It features built-in safeguards and supports all quick charging protocols to offer safer, faster charges to various models of laptops, tablets, phones, and more.
Galio is the world's first Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide charger which provides a whopping 120W of power in the most compact package, 15% smaller yet 25% more powerful than Apple’s latest 96W USB-C charger.
Galio features three USB ports that are able to fast charge three devices at the same time, 2 Type-C ports rated at 100W (20V/5A) max. and 1 standard USB port rated at 30W max.
When functioning individually, each Type-C port can charge a MacBook Pro 16” (at 96w super-fast charging) or a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+/S20 (at 45w super-fast charging) from the dead to full in just over an hour, the USB-A port can top an iPad Pro 11” off fully in about an hour.
The two Type-C ports enable you to charge two laptops simultaneously with 60W+60W 120W max.
For instance, it can fully juice up a MacBook Pro 13” and a MacBook Air 13.3” in only one hour.
You can charge a laptop at 87W via the Type-C port together with a tablet/phone at 30W via the USB-A port, both are blazing-fast charging speeds superior to other chargers whose charging speed is shared and greatly reduced during multi-device charging.
These three USB ports are also ideal for charging a laptop, a tablet, and a cell phone, up to a total of three devices at once with 60W+30W+30W max, providing you with the best charging experience.
Not to mention its unparalleled small size which makes it the one and only portable power adapter you will need to charge all your devices at home, in the office, or on the go.
Cutting-edge techniques are applied in the modifications and upgrades of the central circuits and the key components (PFC, LLC, MOS, etc.) to optimize charging efficiency, energy loss, and working temperature to the utmost.
GaN and SiC used in Galio are the most promising semiconductor materials for advanced electronics.
Never ever run out of juice and have all your device always full and ready to rock!