Fast charging head, multi port that's better. Look at these two?

Hello, the two gallium nitride 65W chargers you mentioned are lvlian and Beisi respectively. From an aesthetic point of view, I prefer lvlianjia's multi port charger. Its main shape is square on the surface and rectangular on the side. The design shape of Bess Gan charger is rectangular on the surface and square on the side.

 

Let's take a look at the configuration comparison between the two

When you see this parameter, you will find that there is little difference between the two. Next, let me talk about their differences

  1. Lvlian 65W Gan charger

This is the Gan charger entity diagram of Greenlink

 

Advantages: four interfaces, can charge four devices at the same time, support a variety of fast charging protocols.

Disadvantages: the foldable charging pin will be a little loose, but it will not affect the normal use, and the experience will be poor.

If you like the design with square surface and rectangular side, it is recommended to buy this green charger.

  1. Beisi 65W Gan charger

This is the Gan charger entity diagram of Greenlink

Advantages: four interfaces, can charge four devices at the same time, support a variety of fast charging protocols.

Disadvantages: the foldable charging pin will be a little loose, but it will not affect the normal use, and the experience will be poor.

If you like the design with square surface and rectangular side, it is recommended to buy this green charger.

 

The two chargers mentioned by the subject are Beisi charger and lvlian charger. Lvlian is a charger with more than three ports, and lvlian seems to be a charger with three ports.

If you want to choose one of these two models, I suggest that you first consider not the good one, but the charging protocol supported by your mobile phone, and the charger can support your mobile phone charging protocol for fast charging.

At the same time, you have to consider whether it is convenient to carry. Finally, when each C1 or C2 interface is used at the same time, how much power can each interface achieve, and whether it can support about 65W power charging at the same time. If all can meet your needs, then you can choose.

If not, you can consider other brands of chargers.