The 35W dual USB-C charger that comes with the new MacBook Air M2 (optional on entry-level model) will soon also be available on the Apple Store for 65 euros. Cupertino does not specify what power will be available if both ports are used simultaneously, but the fairly low power of 35W could push users to turn to third-party accessory models.
In writing, we have been using several Anker models for some time without any problems to report. The manufacturer takes advantage of gallium nitride (GaN), offering an alternative solution to the traditional silicon used in chargers, with transistors giving off less heat, making it possible to bring the internal components closer together and to offer a more compact charger without cutting corners on the Powerful. In use, Anker models do not heat up more than Apple chargers, and will therefore save a little space on the move, or to obtain a second compact charger capable of charging all the peripherals. The USB-C Nano II chargers are available in 30/45 and 65W and the PowerPort III that we happily use daily has two ports USB-C (20W and 45W max on each port, or 65W on a single port) is currently on sale at 39.98 euros
• The Anker 65W 2-port USB-C charger at €39.98 instead of €49.99
• The Anker Nano II 65W at €39.99 instead of €49.99 (coupon)
• The Anker Nano II 45W at €29.99 instead of €35.99 (coupon)
• The 180 cm Anker PowerLine III USB-C to USB-C cable at €15.99
• The 300 cm Anker Nylon USB-C to USB-C cable at €14.99