Baseus Releases an Apple 20W Charger with Built-In Super Si Super Silicon!
According to reliable information from each channel, due to environmental protection and other reasons, there is definitely no chargers attached for iPhone 12. This year, the new Apple Watch took the lead in cutting off the charger, which confirms this news indirectly. In addition, we know that iPhone 12 mobile phone will support 20W fast charging. In order to get the best fast charging experience, users must pay extra for a 20W charger.
In order to welcome the upcoming new iPhone 12, Baseus, a well-known 3C consumer electronics brand, recently released an Apple 20W charger: Besi Super Si Super Silicon Fast Charge Charger. It claims to be the world’s first mass-produced Super Si super silicon fast charging charger, featuring 20W fast charging, mini exquisite, multi-protocol compatibility, automatic load detection and so on.
This product is small in size, available in black, white and navy blue, corresponding to the classic black and white color of Apple iPhone 12 and the new navy blue color scheme rumored to be added this year. Super Si super silicon is built into the product, which is a mature silicon-based material with high density, high efficiency and small volume, which is comparable to gallium nitride semiconductor. Running at high temperature, it is still stable and reliable, with 3 times lower thermal resistance, safe and fast charging without burning.
Type-C universal interface is adopted, with the highest output power of 20W, and it supports the exclusive PD fast charging gear of apple iPhone 12. At the same time, it also charges Apple 18W fast in backwards compatibility, which can not only charge the old and new iPhone models, but also support the new iPad fast charge, which perfectly replaces Apple’s official expensive 20W original charger.
In terms of specifications and parameters, the output gears of Type-C products are rich and complete: 5v = 3a, 9v = 2a, 9v = 2.22a, 12v = 1.67a, 15v = 1.3a, 20v = 1a, and the highest power is 20W Max. In terms of protocol, it supports fast charging protocols such as PD3.0, QC3.0, Apple2.4, BC1.2, etc., to meet the fast charging requirements of mainstream devices in the market. As for the release time, this product will be officially launched in omni-channel on the eve of Apple’s iPhone 12 release, and the price is surprising.