It comes as an upgrade over the company’s Retro 35 charger, which, as you might expect, comes with 35W charging speed. However, the most significant upgrade on the Retro 35 is the power display that shows you the current Charging speed output.
Not your average charger
The company has shared a chart that shows the power distribution if you want to connect multiple devices to the brick. Depending on the number of ports in use and their order, the output power when charging two devices simultaneously is 20W + 45W or 15W + 15W. When you use all three ports simultaneously, the power output is 15W + 15W + 45W.
It is also compatible with various fast charging types such as PD3.0 (Power Delivery) and QC3.0 (Quick Charge). The company claims the device can fully juice up a MacBook Air M2 in about two hours and charge an iPhone up to 50 percent in 30 minutes.
Currently, you can grab this charger as a pre-launch offer for just Rs. 3,143/$39 (without Indiegog tip), but upon release, the price will increase to $79 (roughly Rs. 6,500). page States The company will start shipping it in March 2023. With a retro Macintosh-like design, it’s an amazing design choice and it’s undeniably a head turner.