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How does this charger compare to the samsung 45w charger that's coming out for my note 10+?
Great question. Let me know if you do some reading and compare them!

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30 second google search:

https://www.androidcentral.com/be...s-chargers
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I've used this "Anker Premium 60W 5-Port Desktop USB C" charger as my travel charger and it works great on both a Lenovo X1 Carbon and a new Macbook Pro. Very convenient for one brick to charge everything while traveling.
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Two ports at 18W each for $23.99 is great. Considering Apple is charging $29.99 for one port at 18W. Thanks and picked one up.
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Thanks, I picked up the 5 port.
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Two ports at 18W each for $23.99 is great. Considering Apple is charging $29.99 for one port at 18W. Thanks and picked one up.
Walmart had 18W Google pixel one with USB-C cable for $14 on sale which if you need just one port is also good alternative (I think right now it's $19 though)

Also for MacBook and similar power draw stuff this 30W from Anker looks like a small enough and priced at $22. USB C Charger [GaN Tech], Anker 30W Ultra Compact Type-C Wall Charger with Power Delivery, PowerPort Atom PD 1 for iPhone 11/11 Pro/Max/XS/XR, iPad Pro, MacBook 12'', Pixel, Galaxy, and More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DFGK...EDbRA9W4ZY
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IPHONE USERS: You will want the product that offers Power Delivery (PD). "Quick Charge " or QC technology is not used by Apple, therefore, battery charge time will not be as quick (hmm, an hour for 50% from 0 compares to 30 minutes with power delivery.

Pick up an Apple USB-C to lighting port cable if you care for your battery, rather than an off market cable.

Car charges also discounted.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P9ZH...EDb9A3QHW0

Size is practical for some model cars, so the coin door can be closed without removing from charger from car plug.
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Walmart had 18W Google pixel one with USB-C cable for $14 on sale which if you need just one port is also good alternative (I think right now it's $19 though)

Also for MacBook and similar power draw stuff this 30W from Anker looks like a small enough and priced at $22. USB C Charger [GaN Tech], Anker 30W Ultra Compact Type-C Wall Charger with Power Delivery, PowerPort Atom PD 1 for iPhone 11/11 Pro/Max/XS/XR, iPad Pro, MacBook 12'', Pixel, Galaxy, and More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DFGK...EDbRA9W4ZY
I bought the Anker PD 2 - direct from Anker for 22.99. It's an excellent buy. https://www.anker.com/store/power...2/A2625121 Free shipping and I had a $20 Google Express discount.
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I bought this Monoprice one a while back and it delivers 60W on the type-C port: https://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-...B078H1S32V

Cheaper, too. The 3 type-A ports are only 12W combined though so if you need more power through your standard USB ports then this Anker one is better.
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Great deal on the 2-port charger! I just paid $29.99 not that long ago. Great charger, very compact and charges devices quickly. Recommended.
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Is the charger linked below better for MacBook pro charging? It says 60w vs 30w on the Ravpower that someone else linked.

MacBook Pro Charger, Anker 60W USB-C Power Adapter, PowerPort Speed 1 Compact Type C PD Wall Charger, for MacBook Pro/Air 2018, HP Spectre, Dell XPS, Matebook, iPad Pro, iPhone, Galaxy and More
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BQJW...EDbE39M837
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Missed this post yesterday, but did place an order for the 5-port as I have a CCC alert set up for it. Will be replacing my 6-port Anker desktop charger. May pick up another one for travel if it drops in price even more.
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USB C Wall Charger, urlhasbeenblocked 72W USB Wall Charger with 4 USB Ports, One 60W Type C Power Delivery Port for Type C Laptops,MacBook Pro, iPad Pro 2018, and 3 Ports for Galaxy S10/S9, iPad, Pixel and More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071225...EDb5535FTM
This is better and cheaper.
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I bought the Anker PD 2 - direct from Anker for 22.99. It's an excellent buy. https://www.anker.com/store/power...2/A2625121 [anker.com] Free shipping and I had a $20 Google Express discount.
That one is 18W+12W vs. 30W single port, so its good for phones but not for macbook that takes 29W from just one port.
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That one is 18W+12W vs. 30W single port, so its good for phones but not for macbook that takes 29W from just one port.
Excellent point. I use it to charge my Switch. Also iPhone XR and Apple Watch at the same time.
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