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[Amazon.ca] RAVPower 20000mAh 60W PD Power Bank, $55.99

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[Amazon.ca] RAVPower 20000mAh 60W PD Power Bank, $55.99

Been looking for a high capacity portable battery charger and this one fits the bill to charge my XPS 13 and Switch. Havent noticed it on sale before but just noticed it with a 20% coupon code:
"Save 20% each on Portable Charger RAVPower 20000mAh 60W PD offered by RAVPower Official when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code TFRPPC22 at checkout."

Seems to be a fair price for 60W
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I have this, got it for the same price a few months back- they send these codes via newsletter every few weeks.

Works great!
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Nice! No tax is a plus! Just bought, thanks OP.
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Dang, no pass-through charging.
Are you sure you wish to carry out this operation? You betcha.
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Will this charge a surface with a surface adapter cable?
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Misleading title, max output from PD is actually only 45 W. Some ultrabooks/laptops require 60W to charge while it is in use.
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Great deal actually didn’t realize this is PD and USB
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SuperOxide wrote: Misleading title, max output from PD is actually only 45 W. Some ultrabooks/laptops require 60W to charge while it is in use.
I don't know which it is but it shows 45W PD in one spot and states 60W PD in a couple of other spots. I'll try it out and see I guess...
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ngleu wrote: I don't know which it is but it shows 45W PD in one spot and states 60W PD in a couple of other spots. I'll try it out and see I guess...
I believe it has 2 outputs, one 45W and the other 15W. I guess it is true that the total power is 60W, but unless your laptop can charge from 2 inputs simultaneously, it is 45W.

Mind you 45W is enough for some devices, but just not all.
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SuperOxide wrote: I believe it has 2 outputs, one 45W and the other 15W. I guess it is true that the total power is 60W, but unless your laptop can charge from 2 inputs simultaneously, it is 45W.

Mind you 45W is enough for some devices, but just not all.
I think what it might be is 60W max if using just the PD alone, and 18W max if using iSmart alone.

If using both charging outputs, PD max is only 45W and iSmart max is 15W.
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SuperOxide wrote: Misleading title, max output from PD is actually only 45 W. Some ultrabooks/laptops require 60W to charge while it is in use.
thanked op.

i have this power bank and it delivers 60w to charge while i m using my laptop. pls do not mislead others indeed.
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ngleu wrote: I think what it might be is 60W max if using just the PD alone, and 18W max if using iSmart alone.

If using both charging outputs, PD max is only 45W and iSmart max is 15W.
OP you are correct.

Technical Specifications:
Battery Capacity: 20000mAh
PD Input: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2. 5A 15V/2A 20V/1. 5A, 30W max.
PD Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 14. 5V/2A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A, 60W max.
QC Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1. 5A, 18W max.
PD + QC Output: Total 60W max.
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SuperOxide wrote: I believe it has 2 outputs, one 45W and the other 15W. I guess it is true that the total power is 60W, but unless your laptop can charge from 2 inputs simultaneously, it is 45W.

Mind you 45W is enough for some devices, but just not all.
It is 60W when only PD is used (20 V 3A)
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The listed specs are a little confusing but this is how I interpret them.

If you charge one device through the PD output, the max is 60W.

If you charge one device through the QC output, the max is 18W.

If you charge two devices through both outputs, the PD max is 45W and the QC max is 15W for a total output of 60W.

Thanks OP! Just what I need for my XPS 13. Ordered.
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