Anker co-branded Pokémon to launch three chargers

Anker launched three chargers co-branded with Pokémon, including three styles of Pichu, Pikachu, and Raichu, which correspond to three different power levels of 20W, 65W, and 120W respectively. After-tax, it is 3,990 yen, 8,990 yen, and 14,990 yen.

The series of chargers were officially released in Japan on Thursday, and users can buy them at Anker Japan's official website, Nichia, Rakuten Market, and some home appliance mass retailers.


  • Pokémon Design: USB fast charger with a range of Pokémon design elements. In addition to the product itself, the packaging, the included data cable, and even the organizer are all Pokémon designs.
  • iPhone 14 Fast Charge: The maximum output power is 20W, which can charge the iPhone 14 series at the fastest speed. It charges 3x faster than a typical 5W output charger (30 minutes from 0% for iPhone 14).
  • Weighing only 30 grams, it is the smallest and lightest charging head in the world: the same size as a single AA battery. Even in a bag or pocket, it can be easily carried anywhere (the range is a USB PD-compatible charger with an output of 20W or more, excluding plugs).
  • PowerIQ 3.0 (Gen2): Equipped with Anker's proprietary PowerIQ 3.0 (Gen2) technology, which further enhances compatibility with USB PD, and also supports charging standards such as Qualcomm Quick Charge, enabling full-speed charging for more devices.
  • Includes USB-C and USB-C cables that can withstand 12,000 flexes, and use special-spec colors to match your Pokémon.
  • Fast Charge 3 Devices Simultaneously: Equipped with 2 USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port, supporting Anker's proprietary PowerIQ 4.0 technology, can charge 3 devices at the same time. You can efficiently and quickly charge 3 devices including MacBook Air, iPhone 14, AirPods and more at the same time.
  • High Security: In addition to the multi-protection system, it supports ActiveShield 2.0 for excellent security.
Tthe 120W "Raichu" charger supports  PowerIQ 4.0. In addition to supporting higher output power, it can also automatically distribute current to multiple devices in the most efficient way to shorten charging as much as possible.

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