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  1. Click here and add 2x Monoprice 4-Port 60W USB Smart Charger w/ USB-C and USB-A Ports (Black) to cart.
  2. Click here and add 2x 3.3' Monoprice Essentials USB Type C to Type C 3.1 Gen 2 Cable (Black) to cart
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I'd say this is a good deal on a great charger! If I hadn't just gotten one from Amazon (without the extra USB-C cables) for $25, I would have been all over this deal. Definitely would have been handy to have 2 and the extra cables! This charges my HP Elite X2 and essential phone, no problem.
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Really surprised the USB-C port outputs 60W. Can finally charge my laptop at 45W and my phone. All the multi-port chargers from Anker/Aukey cap the USB-C port at 30W, and my laptop requires 20V/2.25A or bust.

I don't really care about the cables though. They're ThunderBolt (nvm, just USB 3.1 gen 2) which is always good, but they only charge at 3A. Wish someone made a cheap 5A USB-C cable, even if it were USB 2.0. Oh nvm, I misread the specs on mobile. This is 30 AWG but 5A. Nice deal.
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Really surprised the USB-C port outputs 60W. Can finally charge my laptop at 45W and my phone. All the multi-port chargers from Anker/Aukey cap the USB-C port at 30W, and my laptop requires 20V/2.25A or bust.

I don't really care about the cables though. They're ThunderBolt which is always good, but they only charge at 3A. Wish someone made a cheap 5A USB-C cable, even if it were USB 2.0. Oh nvm, I misread the specs on mobile. This is 30 AWG but 5A. Nice deal.
Cables are rated for 5A

[edit] NVM: you realized and edited your comment
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Really surprised the USB-C port outputs 60W. Can finally charge my laptop at 45W and my phone. All the multi-port chargers from Anker/Aukey cap the USB-C port at 30W, and my laptop requires 20V/2.25A or bust.

I don't really care about the cables though. They're ThunderBolt which is always good, but they only charge at 3A. Wish someone made a cheap 5A USB-C cable, even if it were USB 2.0. Oh nvm, I misread the specs on mobile. This is 30 AWG but 5A. Nice deal.
They're not Thunderbolt cables.
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This seems like a solid deal and I was already picking up a couple other sale items at Monoprice so I decided to pull the trigger. Thanks for the deal!
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I recommend this charger: it can truly output 60W via USB-C PD, so I can charge my Surface Book 2 13.5" (even during moderately intensive gaming like Overwatch), Pixel 2, and others just on that port alone.

NOTE: The other 3 USB-A ports are SHARED on a combined 12W, so expect longer charge times if you are using all 3 ports simultaneously.

Only callouts:

- Can get a bit hot while outputting 60W (that's expected though)
- Very faint high-pitched buzzing sound during max load, which is audible in a quiet room (could just be my unit, but thankfully, the noise tends to subside when the charging device starts to draw less power when it's almost done charging)

Other than that, fantastic price for the money (Disclaimer: I am NOT paid to say all this stuff)
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pretty solid deal. The charger is actually USB-IF Certified. I have two. One the generic version and one the monoprice version. USB-C works great.
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Does this charge MacBook Pro 15 inch?
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I recommend this charger: it can truly output 60W via USB-C PD, so I can charge my Surface Book 2 13.5" (even during moderately intensive gaming like Overwatch), Pixel 2, and others just on that port alone.

NOTE: The other 3 USB-A ports are SHARED on a combined 12W, so expect longer charge times if you are using all 3 ports simultaneously.

Only callouts:

- Can get a bit hot while outputting 60W (that's expected though)
- Very faint high-pitched buzzing sound during max load, which is audible in a quiet room (could just be my unit, but thankfully, the noise tends to subside when the charging device starts to draw less power when it's almost done charging)

Other than that, fantastic price for the money (Disclaimer: I am NOT paid to say all this stuff)
I had a tronsmart (?) one with this high pitch noise. Not a good idea to keep it near the bed at night
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Does this charge MacBook Pro 15 inch?
MBP 15 uses a 87W charger. This is 60W. It won't charge at full speed and might drain slowly if you are intensively using the laptop (editing videos or gaming) while plugged in.

But it's lighter than the full power adapter, has extra USB ports, and is fine for topping up while on the go.
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Is this good for the Nintendo Switch?
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Should have bought it yesterday when it was $21 and change for one. My laziness cost me.
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