PowerLine Micro USB
After months of research and development, our goal to create the best cable in the world was successful. The result: PowerLine Micro USB—the new industry standard Lightning cable.
Using engineering innovations like laser welding, aramid reinforcement and dual PVC fusion, it boasts durability 5x higher than other cables.
- Bulletproof reinforcement for unsurpassed durability
- Laser welding and fusion PVC offer more reliable connections
- Faster charging speeds thanks to thicker gauge wire
Connector material is formed using a hard and soft PVC to ensure durability. Innovative engineering is used to create an almost-unbreakable bond—no other brands use such advanced techniques for their cables.
Laser Welded Connections
Generally the weakest point on cables is the jack and sheath connection point. This vulnerability is removed from PowerLine thanks to precision laser welding which holds fast, in all conditions.
PowerLine is reinforced with aramid fiber to give incredible strength. It boasts a bend lifespan over 5X higher than other USB cables, making it possibly the most reliable option for Android device charging.
PowerLine’s thicker gauge wiring allows for a much higher power transfer. This in turn offers incredible charging speeds to save you time.
PowerLine Micro USB
The world\'s incredibly fast and durable charging cable.
We bent this cable over 5000 times and saw no damage or change in performance. PowerLine Micro USB is a remarkably cable you\'ve ever seen.
Thanks to wide diameter wires and reduced cord resistance, PowerLine enables the fastest possible charge speed via any USB charger.
To maximize case compatibility, we made PowerLine\'s Micro USB connector as compact as possible, without compromising its durability.
Android smartphones and tablets, e-readers, cameras, MP3 players, hard drives, portable chargers, handheld game consoles and all other Micro USB devices from brands including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Nexus, Nokia, LG, HP, Sony, Blackberry and many more.
Note: The A logo on the cable will be changed to a dot or disappear in the future. So the A logo, a dot or nothing in the charging head all belong to Anker company.