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100W GaN 4-Port Type C MacBook Fast PD Charger with Foldable Plug - 44.99$

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[Primecables.ca] 100W GaN 4-Port Type C MacBook Fast PD Charger with Foldable Plug - 44.99$

Bought this. Only 5$ off but seems like a better deal than anything on amazon. 2 USB-c ports and 2 type A, very convenient for new devices but still be able to use my old cables.


100W PD power adapter
Advanced GaN Tech
All ports support fast charge
USB-C1 output: up tp 20V/3.25A (65W)
USB-C2 output: up to 9V/2A
USB-A1-2 output: 5V/3.4 max (17W in total)
USB-C1 output (single): up to 20V/5A (100W)
Foldable wall plug design
FCC & cULus certified
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Seems like a good deal. Truly USB certified and conform to all power standard?
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Only able to charge one USB C laptop at a time though... too bad, the second USB C is only able to output 18W so good enough for a smartphone or tablet, but definitely not a laptop.
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tmonies wrote: Only able to charge one USB C laptop at a time though... too bad, the second USB C is only able to output 18W so good enough for a smartphone or tablet, but definitely not a laptop.
Have you seen ones that can charge two laptops at a time? Any examples?
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Why don't any of these 50w+ chargers support pps?
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How does it compare to that $19 one from Amazon?
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shabby wrote: Why don't any of these 50w+ chargers support pps?
There are a couple of 65W chargers now on Amazon.ca that support PPS. It's too bad Aukey is no longer on Amazon, they had a 90W with two USB-C/one USB-A ports that supported PPS on both USB-C ports.
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SLee wrote: There are a couple of 65W chargers now on Amazon.ca that support PPS. It's too bad Aukey is no longer on Amazon, they had a 90W with two USB-C/one USB-A ports that supported PPS on both USB-C ports.
Good to know. Thanks! Aukey and mpow removed from amazon wow
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Do you need to buy the high amp cables for laptop charging? Because it looks like the cheapest compatible cable on there is another $30+
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pdipps wrote: Do you need to buy the high amp cables for laptop charging? Because it looks like the cheapest compatible cable on there is another $30+
It depends on the laptop. I believe normal USB-C cables can charge up to 60W. You'll need e-marked USB-C cables to charge up to 100W.
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I think my Lenovo requires 65W. Did anyone found any deals on 10ft high power cables?
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I just bought charger from Lenovo. Rakuten had 15% cashback. Plus it already has total 10 ft cable length :)
Traian2003 wrote: I think my Lenovo requires 65W. Did anyone found any deals on 10ft high power cables?
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Such a large and unpleasant charger with the technology; just me.
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datako wrote: Good to know. Thanks! Aukey and mpow removed from amazon wow
Anyone know why Aukey and Mpow were removed from Amazon? Did they choose to leave the market place or did Amazon unilaterally decide to ban them?
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tmonies wrote: Anyone know why Aukey and Mpow were removed from Amazon? Did they choose to leave the market place or did Amazon unilaterally decide to ban them?
There was an article talking about sellers (those two were specifically mentioned but a lot of Chinese sellers do this) buying reviews which is against Amazon's rules. I'm fairly certain Amazon is aware of this practice going on but haven't really done anything about it until now just because it was publicized. Amazon claims to be cracking down on these paid/fake reviews but they also make money off of these transactions so they don't actually care. With that being said, don't believe all reviews you see on Amazon.
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