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Anker Premium 4-in-1 USB C Hub, with 60W Power Delivery, 3 USB 3.0 Ports [amazon.com] - $22.99 $19.99 with code AKCHUB23 +clip coupon

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Anker is a company started in 2012, headquartered in Shenzhen, China, which sells electronics under 5 brands - Anker, Soundcore, Eufy, Nebula, and Roav - mostly through Amazon.

Sunvalley Group is a company started in 2007, headquartered in Shenzhen China, which sells electronics under 6 brands - RAVPower, TaoTronics, HooToo, Uspicy, VAVA, and Anjou - mostly through Amazon.

I don't see much difference between the two and it's certainly not true that HooToo and VAVA are "new entries" (HooToo was established in 2011 - 1 year before Anker. VAVA is a newer entry, though the parent company is not.).

Not trying to start an argument, just trying to correct errant facts.
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Doesn't USB-C/Thunderbolt automatically adjust the power settings depending on the device? So in theory if I am correct, then this shouldn't be an issue since it won't over power the device and stream 100w. I think the hub is just rated to handle UP TO 100w since you could connect a 30/45/60w power source to it.
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Any codes on one with Ethernet port?
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Isn't the Vava 8-in-1 wtih 100W PD, HDMI, Ethernet at $30 after discount a better deal?

EDIT: looks like the $30 off $60 for the Vava is over. it was still showing this morning.
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Is 60w enough to power 13" MacBook Pro?
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Is 60w enough to power 13" MacBook Pro?
Yes, the 13" MBP only comes with a 61W power adapter. In fact my 2017 15" MBP can be powered/charged by the Anker 30W USB-C power adapter most of the time. I use it when I travel as my power demands are lower.
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There is a better deal in my opinion which is still available and you can grab it for $20.
https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/451624
60W is not enough for 15" Macbooks pro.

edit: you can get it for $25 which makes it good deal if you want 100W.
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There is a better deal in my opinion which is still available and you can grab it for $20.
https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/451624
60W is not enough for 15" Macbooks pro.
I see that deal for $25. Was there something extra to get it to 20?
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This is a question I never thought I'd ask... Has anyone plugged two of these into a Macbook Pro or the new Air and do two external monitors (one from each hdmi) at the same time?
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I see that deal for $25. Was there something extra to get it to 20?
There used to be an extra 10% off the $50 price, which is no longer available.
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FYI I bought a hub that looks almost identical to this, probably from same factory. (I checked, it was VAVA) The HDMI didn't work with my laptop and I issue with charginng / power delivery too. This was on a yoga 920. You may have better luck on your PC. I bought a Trendnet adapter for $35 and it worked perfect. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...f530552de2
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That will kill your battery life if you use more power than it can charge. It's highly recommended to use 87w for 15".
Doesn't USB-C/Thunderbolt automatically adjust the power settings depending on the device? So in theory if I am correct, then this shouldn't be an issue since it won't over power the device and stream 100w. I think the hub is just rated to handle UP TO 100w since you could connect a 30/45/60w power source to it.
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Wait for better deal. 3$ off? Come on affiliates, at least make it seem like we are special while shilling here.
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