{Disarmed} Huawei shows an ultra-thin 66 watt charger

Huawei 66W charger

Huawei has presented a new 66 watt charger. So far not exciting. What is exciting, however, is how big - or better said - how small the charger is. Because this is so compact that it fits easily in a wallet. So you practically always have a quick charger in your pocket.

Clunky power supplies are a thing of the past, at least when it comes to Huawei. The manufacturer's latest charger is smaller than a credit card and still manages to charge devices with 66 watts. The GaN charger is only 10.5 millimeters thin and weighs 62 grams.

The model for the Chinese market can be seen, but Huawei may also plan to bring one to Europe and Germany. Then it would have to have a different design, because our charging pins look a little different and one of the design needs to be changed, especially when folded.

As usual, the charger has all the usual protective mechanisms on board, such as short-circuit, overvoltage and overheating protection. The ultra-thin charger will be available in China from September 29 for 299 yuan (approx. EUR 39.00).


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