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AnkerDirect via Amazon has their Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD 20100mAh Power Bank + 30W Wall Charger Bundle on sale for $79.99 - $20 with promo code ANKERPD9 = $59.99. Shipping is free. Thanks deeznutz206

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  • PowerCore Speed 20000 PD
  • 30W Wall Charger
  • 60cm Micro USB cable
  • 90cm USB-C to C cable
  • Travel Pouch
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Saw this in the newsletter and thought I would share as I did not see this posted.

What stands out is the recharge time of only 4hrs! My older powerbanks with the same amount of mAh takes 10hrs. What a big difference.

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 20100mAh Portable Charger & 30W Power Delivery Wall Charger Bundle, Input & Output Type C Power Bank for Nexus 5X 6P, LG G5, iPhone 8 / X and Macbooks.

  • Power Delivery: Charges USB-C Power Delivery devices with a huge 22.5W output; laptops, phones, tablets and more. Charges iPhone 8 at highest possible speed.
  • High-Speed Recharge: Utilizes USB-C Power Delivery input to recharge itself in just 4 hours using included wall charger.
  • Ultra-High Capacity: Charge an iPhone 7 6 times, Macbook 2016 once, or an iPad Air2 almost twice.
  • What You Get: PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 30W wall charger, travel pouch, 60cm Micro USB cable, 90cm USB-C to C cable, welcome guide, our 18-month worry-free warranty and friendly customer service.Lightning cable for iPhone / iPad sold separately.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071WNWRNC

$59.99 w/ ANKERPD9
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Last Edited by deeznutz206 January 27, 2018 at 06:12 PM
Just checked and this deal is still valid as of Saturday, Jan 27th, 6:10 PM PST Applause

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can this charge my nintendo switch and samsung chromebook plus?
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I prefer charging around 2A. Not a fan for those faster charging speeds.
It's all about temperature... QC 3.0 is cooler than QC 2.0... Anker's Power IQ is cooler than either, but DVD St 2.4 amps * 5 volts, will charge slower than either... Much cooler and thus longer battery life...
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can this charge my nintendo switch and samsung chromebook plus?
Good grief you could at least try to read a few comments. Every page has at least someone asking or answering this. Yes it will charge the switch while you play Zelda. Only Zelda.
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Correct. FYI, Samsung's "Fast Charge" is using Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

Story: Qualcomm wanted a faster charging mechanism, but couldn't wait for the USB-IF consortium (or whatever it's called), so they came up with a proprietary method of signaling higher voltage on the vbus line. Hence, QuickChargeTM was born. QC 1.0 is just higher amps (5V@2A?) QC 2.0 and 3.0 bring variable-voltage (5V@3A,9V@2A,12V@1.5A, etc...). Note that QC 2.0/3.0 that Qualcomm implemented is over MicroUSB or USB-C

USB-IF finally got their shit together and came out with USB-PD. They also do variable-voltage, but only over USB-C. Since its a standard, many are to follow, but modifying the vbus line is a no-no. They start @ 5V@0.5A all the way up to a theoretical 20V@5A.

QC 2.0/3.0 Devices:
* Samsung S6/S7/S8
* LG V20/30
* Many other high-end Qualcomm chip devices

USB-PD Devices:
* iPhone 8/X/iPad Pro (10.5/12.9)
* Some Acer/Asus/Dell/etc.. Laptops
* Nintendo Switch
* Google Pixel

Lastly, QC 4.0 is a superset of USB-PD (it can handle USB-PD, along with other charging types), so that should be the end of it.
And I take it a USB-PD charger like this will therefore charge a QC 3.0 device but slowly (not at the device's full QC 3.0 potential) because they're incompatible.

Thanks for the info!
I guess I'll try to find a charger that does both QC 3.0 and USB-PD (S8+ and a USB-C charging laptop)
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With USB-PD and high max power output, will this charge a switch while playing?

Also, the description says 22.5W power output, but the specs quotes a max of 24W (15V*1.6A).

Debating whether to go for this or the other Ravpower deal posted.
Yes it will charge while playing switch, I got the ravpower pd28600 has 30watts, better imo
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Lots of good info, but one thing I'll point out is that the Galaxy s8 actually DOES support USB PD fast charging in addition to QuickCharge. Using either method only gets you ~15w (I assume they're a little guy-shy after the Note 7) but the support is there. It's especially useful as it means you can use all the cheap USB-C hubs that have power passthrough designed for MacBooks. That's the main reason I started looking for USB-PD equipment.

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Correct. FYI, Samsung's "Fast Charge" is using Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

Story: Qualcomm wanted a faster charging mechanism, but couldn't wait for the USB-IF consortium (or whatever it's called), so they came up with a proprietary method of signaling higher voltage on the vbus line. Hence, QuickChargeTM was born. QC 1.0 is just higher amps (5V@2A?) QC 2.0 and 3.0 bring variable-voltage (5V@3A,9V@2A,12V@1.5A, etc...). Note that QC 2.0/3.0 that Qualcomm implemented is over MicroUSB or USB-C

USB-IF finally got their shit together and came out with USB-PD. They also do variable-voltage, but only over USB-C. Since its a standard, many are to follow, but modifying the vbus line is a no-no. They start @ 5V@0.5A all the way up to a theoretical 20V@5A.

QC 2.0/3.0 Devices:
* Samsung S6/S7/S8
* LG V20/30
* Many other high-end Qualcomm chip devices

USB-PD Devices:
* iPhone 8/X/iPad Pro (10.5/12.9)
* Some Acer/Asus/Dell/etc.. Laptops
* Nintendo Switch
* Google Pixel

Lastly, QC 4.0 is a superset of USB-PD (it can handle USB-PD, along with other charging types), so that should be the end of it.
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And I take it a USB-PD charger like this will therefore charge a QC 3.0 device but slowly (not at the device's full QC 3.0 potential) because they're incompatible.

Thanks for the info!
I guess I'll try to find a charger that does both QC 3.0 and USB-PD (S8+ and a USB-C charging laptop)
Just replied above with more info, but the S8 and S8+ do work with USB-PD, so this power bank should do fine. If you're thinking of using a power bank with a laptop though, I wouldn't recommend this one as it doesn't put out 20v. The one that I think is the best laptop power bank for the money is the ZMI 20000mah unit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B072BD98CM . It's frequently around $50-60 from GearBest. Interestingly, it also has QuickCharge 3.0, so it'll fit your criteria either way.
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Not for macbook pro
Item just 22,5w out put pd
I think ravpower 30w pd good more
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Power Delivery output and a 30W Power Delivery wall charger. It's been discussed throughout the thread. Great deal if those are features you use.
Output wall charger a 30w
Power bank max a 22,5w and no support macbook pro
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Pass, not a good one
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DAMN. shouldn't have bought that apple pd charger and cable last week Frown
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https://slickdeals.net/f/11191891-usb-c-power-bank-ravpower-26800-pd-portable-charger-26800mah-for-n...

Can someone look at this one and tell me if this is a better deal for the money? I'm looking to "future proof" myself by buying PD and USB-C. Hoping the next iphone ( for high speed charging) or next chromebook ( USB-C) I get will work on a power bank I purchase now. My thought is to get at least a 30W output compared to the lower Anker one here.

Not looking for daily carry, I have smaller Anker's for that for now. Should I wait 6 months and see what comes out since I dont have any USB-C devices now?

Thanks in advance
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$60 is really expensive. I got the Ravpower 20100 mAH for about $30 on sale. It has QC3 (in & out!), dual USB out, plus USB-C out. It's $49 right now. I love mine.
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Great deal!! It comes with all these.
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Damn....wish this is the smaller 10000mAh instead. This one is too big for every day use but great for when you are going on vacation with other people.
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