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PD is a standard, wattage doesn't define it
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I bought two of these last time they were on sale. Both DOA. Got replacements and they worked fine. Then three days ago one of them kicked the bucket. Would not recommend.
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Yes at 18 watts, this will be good for phones and tablets, but not laptops. A laptop may charge, but it'll be extremely slow and if you're using it at the same time it'll certainly discharge faster than it will charge. What you want to look for depends on your laptop of course, but generally around 60 watts should be enough. Look at your existing laptop charger, for instance the Surface Book 2 comes with a 102 watt charger, so that would of course need something faster.

The good thing is as long as the charger is quality and supports PD you're not going to hurt anything, your gadgets just may charge slower than the OEM charger.
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Since when is 18W power delivery? This is only good for phones not laptops.

edit. I guess there's no standard. so even 18W can be called PD
Since Apple used it for iPhone X and above for fast charging.
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Since when is 18W power delivery? This is only good for phones not laptops.

edit. I guess there's no standard. so even 18W can be called PD
PD is a standard, wattage doesn't define it
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Since when is 18W power delivery? This is only good for phones not laptops.

edit. I guess there's no standard. so even 18W can be called PD
So if I wanted one brick to charge everything, I should look for something else right?
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So if I wanted one brick to charge everything, I should look for something else right?
Yes at 18 watts, this will be good for phones and tablets, but not laptops. A laptop may charge, but it'll be extremely slow and if you're using it at the same time it'll certainly discharge faster than it will charge. What you want to look for depends on your laptop of course, but generally around 60 watts should be enough. Look at your existing laptop charger, for instance the Surface Book 2 comes with a 102 watt charger, so that would of course need something faster.

The good thing is as long as the charger is quality and supports PD you're not going to hurt anything, your gadgets just may charge slower than the OEM charger.
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Great deal. In for 1 of the compact USB-Cs.
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Got one of these on the last deal. Works perfect for my Pixel 2 and Switch!
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Yes at 18 watts, this will be good for phones and tablets, but not laptops. A laptop may charge, but it'll be extremely slow and if you're using it at the same time it'll certainly discharge faster than it will charge. What you want to look for depends on your laptop of course, but generally around 60 watts should be enough. Look at your existing laptop charger, for instance the Surface Book 2 comes with a 102 watt charger, so that would of course need something faster.

The good thing is as long as the charger is quality and supports PD you're not going to hurt anything, your gadgets just may charge slower than the OEM charger.
Thanks for the info.

Does PD 3.0 vs the PD 2.0 on the 2nd dual charger make much of a difference?
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I believe these are not IF USB C certified.
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Samsung store app has the fast charger for only 14.99, i ordered right before this
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Since when is 18W power delivery? This is only good for phones not laptops.

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I don't think you understand what a standard means.
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I can't figure out if these are MFi certified or not.
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