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These are the best Google Pixel 6 car chargers right now.

Released on Oct. 28, the new Google Pixel 6 is already being praised as the best Android phone under $600. Among other cool perks, Google's latest Pixel smartphone boasts Tensor's AI optimization, voice typing abilities, and the best camera yet. But all of that is moot if you can't keep your Google Pixel 6 charged while you're on the go. So with that in mind, we've rounded up a list of the best car chargers for Google Pixel 6 available right now.

The premium car charger

Anker 36W PowerDrive III Duo

Staff Pick

Featuring 18W of charging power, the Anker 36W PowerDrive III Duo plugs into your car's accessory socket and can charge two devices simultaneously at speeds up to 1.5 hours faster than standard chargers. In addition to being compatible with the Google Pixel 6, the Anker 36W charger also works with other USB-C and legacy USB phones, tablets, and other devices. It also comes with two USB-C cables.

$40 at Amazon $40 at Best Buy $23 at Target

Belkin's best

Belkin Boost Charge 36W Vehicle Charger

While the Belkin brand is often associated with Apple products, the Belkin Boost Charge Vehicle Charger is USB-C compatible, which also charges the Google Pixel 6. Like the Anker 36W, the Belkin charger also can charge up to two devices simultaneously and features a low-profile design. However, it's worth pointing out that this charger doesn't come with a USB-C cable.

$30 at Best Buy $30 at Target

The pocket charger

Spigen USB-C Car Charger

The Spigen USB-C Car Charger is powerful yet compact, measuring 2.78-inches tall and 1.2-inches wide. Featuring a total 65W output, the Spigen charger can charge up to two devices simultaneously and features the exclusive Spigen Intelligent Safety technology, which ensures safe charging by controlling temperatures, input, and output. Unfortunately, USB-C cables are not included.

$23 at Amazon

Another Anker

Anker Nano II

Powered by GaN II Technology, the Anker Nano II is a wall charger used in cars featuring two-prong outlets. It boasts universal compatibility, meaning it will charge any Google Pixel 3 and later devices, as well as Samsung and Apple phones, tablets, and other accessories.

$34 at Amazon

Google's pick

Google 30W USB-C Power Charger

The Google 30W USB-C Power Charger is compatible with your Google Pixel 6 and other Google products, as well as non-Google devices that charge via USB-C port. It's also one of the smaller chargers on the market, measuring 1.04 inches tall by 2.67 inches high. You can also choose to buy the charger with or without an extra USB-C cable.

$35 at Best Buy From $25 at Google

The bargain charger

Mkeke 20W USB-C Charger

The Mkeke 20W USB-C Charger is compatible with any USB-C enabled device and can charge up to 50% in just 30 minutes. Like other chargers on this list, the Mkeke features smart technology protecting your devices from overheating and overcharging. However, while the Mkeke charger is the most affordable on this list, it doesn't include a USB-C cable and only charges one device at a time.

From $13 at Amazon

The right charger for you

While these aren't the only available car chargers for Google Pixel 6 on the market right now, the chargers listed above are definitely among the best-priced and highest rated by current phone carriers using devices with a USB-C port.

If you're looking for a fast charger for your car, then the Anker 36W Powerdrive III Duo and the Belkin Boost Charge 36W Vehicle Charger are probably your best options. And if you're seeking a charger with a lot of juice, but it also allows you to charge up at home, then the Google 30W USB-C Power Charger might be the better pick. Meanwhile, the more affordable Mkeke 20W USB-C Charger, also sold in a two-pack on Amazon, is a good alternative for bargain shoppers.

Once you've sorted out which car charger will be the best fit, you might want to extend the lifespan of your new phone by checking out our list of the best Google Pixel 6 cases.



Source: androidcentral

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