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[Primecables.ca] Dual Port 51W USB Wall Charger with USB-C Power Delivery $14.99 Free Ship

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[Primecables.ca] Dual Port 51W USB Wall Charger with USB-C Power Delivery $14.99 Free Ship

Using this currently with Matebook X Pro without any issues so far. Could make for a decent backup/travel charger with the extra USB output.

A single port 45W one is also available for the same price: https://www.primecables.ca/p-363243-cab ... ac-charger

Free shipping with coupon code: PCFS48
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USB-C does not deliver 21V... really want a brick like this for my laptop :(
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This would be compatible for fast charging an iPhone X right? I'd just need a usb-c to lightning cable?
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eugeneo wrote: USB-C does not deliver 21V... really want a brick like this for my laptop :(
It would probably still charge at a lower rate.
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finiteplains wrote: It would probably still charge at a lower rate.
The HP Elitebook does not... I don't think the Dell equivalent does either.
dioxide wrote: Look into this:

https://www.monoprice.com/product?c_id= ... 1&format=2

Shipping is about $6 so you'd be paying an extra $6 over the primecable one.
There is another brand on Amazon that I currently use (not allowed to mention due to RFD rules), that has a 45W charger for $20 CAD-shipped. Looking for a dual USB-A and USB-C adapter combination with 21V output.
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eugeneo wrote: The HP Elitebook does not... I don't think the Dell equivalent does either.



There is another brand on Amazon that I currently use (not allowed to mention due to RFD rules), that has a 45W charger for $20 CAD-shipped. Looking for a dual USB-A and USB-C adapter combination with 21V output.
How's the charger holding you up? I've been looking for a USB-C charger for my thinkpad laptop on the go but haven't found one yet.
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I wouldn't trust primecables quality. They use the cheapest brand and brand it as their own. I've had two chargers not work outside of the box.
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What's a good charger with 2 to 4 ports so that I can charge a couple of phones and a couple of tablets? I would like to have just one in my living room and two to four cables attached to it.
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dioxide wrote: How's the charger holding you up? I've been looking for a USB-C charger for my thinkpad laptop on the go but haven't found one yet.
No issues yet...
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eugeneo wrote: The HP Elitebook does not... I don't think the Dell equivalent does either.
There is another brand on Amazon that I currently use (not allowed to mention due to RFD rules), that has a 45W charger for $20 CAD-shipped. Looking for a dual USB-A and USB-C adapter combination with 21V output.
Can you PM me a link, I don't seem to be able to find the one you are referring to on Amazon. Thanks.
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Would this fast charge an iPhone X?
I am a Zoomer customer.
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eugeneo wrote: USB-C does not deliver 21V... really want a brick like this for my laptop :(
finiteplains wrote: It would probably still charge at a lower rate.
The USB-C PD (Power Distribution) standard for notebook computers requires the charger to deliver 5V, 9V, 15V and 20V DC voltages. This charger, according to the specs in the link, delivers only the first three voltages, So it won't work to power most USB-C powered notebooks.

According to USB Power Delivery explained, "Sources supplying more than 15 watts offer voltages of 5 and 9 volts, those supplying more than 27 watts offer 5, 9 and 15 volts, and those supplying more than 45 watts offer 5, 9, 15 and 20 volts." If the article is correct and this charger is rated at 51W then it should deliver 20V. Yet PrimeCables' specs say "USB-C: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/2.6A" with no mention of 20V. The discrepancy is puzzling.
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