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PowerPort Atom PD 1 Introduction

PowerPort Atom PD 1

A white dot appears in a three-dimensional space. Several white lines emerge from the dot, eventually forming a cube. The cube turns white and becomes a charger.

The charger rotates. The scene changes to a desktop. A golf ball is rolling across the desk. The golf ball stops next to the charger. Copy appears: “One of Our Smallest Chargers Ever”

Cut to a close up of the Anker logo on the side of the charger.

The charger rotates to show a close up of a USB-C port.

The image enters the USB-C port, moving quickly through the interior of a wire with flashing blue and orange lines moving around the sides.

A microchip appears with “GaN” printed on the center.

Cut to a circuit board. The microchip falls and lands in the circuit board. The words “Powered by Gallium Nitride (GaN)” appear.

The microchip turns blue, and blue bolts of electricity emanate from the microchip to the surrounding circuit board.

The words “Smaller Size, Undiminished Power” appear. The outer squares of the circuit board begin to fold away until only a small square of circuit board remains.

The image accelerates rapidly across blue lines on the circuit board.

Cut to a rotor. The rotor begins spinning rapidly. Copy on the center reads “00W”. As the rotor spins, the number begins to increase in increments of 2 until it reads “30W”.

A microchip with “PD” printed on the center appears. Copy reads “Power Delivery Fast Charging Technology”.

The shot moves backwards away from the microchip, eventually emerging from a wall outlet.

We see a desktop. A charger is plugged into a wall outlet above the desk and is charging a MacBook. Copy reads "Full-Speed Charging for MacBook”.

The image rotates as if moving around the wall. We see another desk on the other side of the wall. The same charger is plugged into the wall outlet and is charging an iPad. Copy reads “High-Speed Charging for iPad”.

The image rotates to show another desk on the other side of the wall. The same charger is plugged into the wall outlet and is charging an iPhone. The copy reads “High-Speed Charging for iPhone”.

The shot zooms in on the charger. A hand appears from the right and removes the charger from the wall outlet and places it in a bag.

Cut to the charger dropping down. The copy reads “PowerPort Atom PD 1”.

Cut to a blue background. The words “Charge Fast, Live More” appear.

Cut to the word “Anker” appearing across a blue background. A note at the bottom of the screen reads “Anker is a brand under Anker Innovations Ltd.”, along with an Anker logo.

  • Overview

    An iPhone-sized charger with the power of a MacBook charger, the Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1 is one of the first charging accessories to use gallium nitride (GaN) instead of traditional silicon material. This allows the charging technology to be significantly smaller without sacrificing power. The USB-C port provides a maximum 30W of power output with Power Delivery, enough to charge a MacBook, iPhone, iPad, iPad Pro, or other USB-C devices at the charger’s maximum possible speed.

    Highlights

    iPhone-sized charger delivers plenty ofee power for a MacBook

    Charges an iPhone 8 or later model up to 50% in approximately 30 minutes*

    Power Delivery provides 30W high-speed charging

    Gallium nitride (GaN) components allow for ultra-compact construction

    Includes highly durable USB-C to USB-C cable

    Requires USB-C to Lightning cable (not included) for charging iOS devices

    What’s in the Box

    Anker Power Port Atom 30W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

    Anker PowerLine USB-C to USB-C cable (6 ft./1.8 m)

    User manual

    Tech Specs

    Cable Length: 6 ft./1.8 m

    Connections: USB-C

    Power Source: AC

    Height: 2.17 in./5.5 cm

    Length: 1.38 in./3.5 cm

    Width: 1.61 in./4.1 cm

    Weight: 2.05 oz./58 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: A2017121-0

    UPC or EAN No.: 848061059618

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: 18 months

    Manufacturer Note

    *Charging time is based on Anker lab testing. Results may vary under differing conditions.

  • Mac Models

    • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015 - 2017)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 and later)
  • 1.0 Average
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      NOT Compatible with 2017 MacBook Air

      Although the description of this charger says that it would be compatible with my 2017 MacBook Air, it's not! The USB they provide has two ends that connect to Although the description of this charger says that it would be compatible with my 2017 MacBook Air, it's not! The USB they provide has two ends that connect to the new iPhones (USB-C)! My Mac has no USB-C outlet at all. I would have to be a completely different USB to make it work which is stupid. Waste of money! Immediate return. Also, if you're dead-set on this charger, don't buy it from Apple. Apple jacks up the prices for these third party products. I had to buy something from Apple.com because of a gift card, but I would never buy anything else from Apple directly if I had the option not to.

      • Written by Laura B from Eugene

      15 of 111 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?NOT Compatible with 2017 MacBook Air

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      NOT Compatible with 2017 MacBook Air

      Although the description of this charger says that it would be compatible with my 2017 MacBook Air, it's not! The USB they provide has two ends that connect to Although the description of this charger says that it would be compatible with my 2017 MacBook Air, it's not! The USB they provide has two ends that connect to the new iPhones (USB-C)! My Mac has no USB-C outlet at all. I would have to be a completely different USB to make it work which is stupid. Waste of money! Immediate return. Also, if you're dead-set on this charger, don't buy it from Apple. Apple jacks up the prices for these third party products. I had to buy something from Apple.com because of a gift card, but I would never buy anything else from Apple directly if I had the option not to.

      • Written by Laura B from Eugene

      15 of 111 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?NOT Compatible with 2017 MacBook Air