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Anker PowerDrive Speed+ Duo 42W 2-Port USB Car Charger w/ 30W Power Deliver

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AnkerDirect via Amazon.com has Anker PowerDrive Speed+ Duo 42W 2-Port USB Car Charger w/ 30W Power Deliver on sale for $16.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Anker 42W PowerDrive Speed+ Duo [amazon.com], 2 Port USB Car Charger with 30W Power Delivery - $16.99 (Price Drop)
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First one is max output of 30w. 18w USB-C PD and 12w USB-A.

Second is max output of 42w. 30w USB-C PD and 12w USB-A.
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Same wattage, same speed. More wattage, more speed.

*Only if your device can accept more wattage.
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I did some in-depth research on USB chargers and cables recently, and Anker was near the top with advertised output/actual power delivery. I'd recommend them and Necktek pretty highly now that I own both with good results. Seems like a good deal.
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What's the difference in the USB-A ports for these two Anker chargers being sold on Amazon?

1. www.amazon.com/dp/B07GZ78R6D
2. (OP one) www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H4M4N5V [amazon.com]
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What's the difference in the USB-A ports for these two Anker chargers being sold on Amazon?

1. www.amazon.com/dp/B07GZ78R6D
2. (OP one) www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H4M4N5V [amazon.com]
First one is max output of 30w. 18w USB-C PD and 12w USB-A.

Second is max output of 42w. 30w USB-C PD and 12w USB-A.
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Thanks, but that's not an answer to my question. Do the usb-a ports work the same -- charge the same way (at the same speed)?
Same wattage, same speed. More wattage, more speed.

*Only if your device can accept more wattage.
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Ok, so the USB-A ports are exactly the same on these two chargers I'm assuming.
Without buying both and looking at how they are built, that cannot be proven. Both do the exact same thing at the exact same wattage. If that is not enough for you, then buy both and tear them apart.
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Dang i can almost charge my laptop in my car now!
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So since my built in usb slot in my car doesnt charge fast enough and cant keep up with the usage (when used as gps), will buying one of this solve the problem? Thanks in advance.
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So since my built in usb slot in my car doesnt charge fast enough and cant keep up with the usage (when used as gps), will buying one of this solve the problem? Thanks in advance.
Yes, absolutely.
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Are these the ones made in China?
Newsflash. Almost everything you own is made in China. LMAO
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