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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.
I have the Monoprice version of this charger. And I can concur it's excellent.

it seems like urlhasbeenblocked dropped the price on that considerably and is now a great price since it includes a USB-C cable. This used to be in the mid-$30 price range. The Monoprice one though cheaper, didn't come with a USB-C cable. It was around $20 I believe.
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The Anker chargers are designed to fail amost immediately after the warranty expires, but the samsung ones are not. Based on personal experience.
How about some proof? I have several Anker chargers, some dating back to 2012. None of them have failed.
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Could anyone recommend a hub (standalone or not) with QC, PD, and 2A+ ports? Trying to find something for work.
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Does anyone have a website or a guide that lists all types of devices and what their Max wattage they take? Ex) iPhone 11 pro 18 watt, MacBook 29 watts, etc? Can't keep up with all these devices and what wall charger to use/buy
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Could anyone recommend a hub (standalone or not) with QC, PD, and 2A+ ports? Trying to find something for work.
Here you go

Anker Quick Charge 3.0 43.5W 4-Port USB Wall Charger, PowerPort Speed 4 for Galaxy S10/S9/S8/edge/plus, Note 8/7, LG G6/G5, HTC, Nexus 9, with PowerIQ for iPhone XS/Max/XR/X/8/Plus, iPad, and More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N2HI...EDbD5VW680
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How about some proof? I have several Anker chargers, some dating back to 2012. None of them have failed.
I had one specific anker charger that had to be replaced 3 times until I gave up using it anymore and gave up getting it replaced by anker.
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The one in this link is a much better deal in my opinion. It is $26.50 after checking the box for 15% off the discounted price of $29.99. And it has a 5 star user rating on Amazon to boot! I purchased it last week and I can't believe what a great deal it is. I had not heard of the brand but its quality is easily equal or better than Anker whose products I also own. The one in the link supports both apple (PD) and samsung (QC) and others so it is versatile!


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JWF2V21
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IPHONE USERS:

1. 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.

2. Pick up an Apple USB-C to lighting port cable if you care for your battery, rather than an off market cable.
Superb advice on #1.

On #2 above, why would an Apple USC-C to lightening port be better ffor the iphone battery than an Anker one like the one in this link?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H284NKP/
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Big fan of Anker. Thanks
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Superb advice on #1.

On #2 above, why would an Apple USC-C to lightening port be better ffor the iphone battery than an Anker one like the one in this link?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H284NKP/
The cable you linked of the Anker cable works too. It wasn't until just recently that Apple started their 3rd party MFi certification for usb-c to lighting cables that support PD.
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Superb advice on #1.

On #2 above, why would an Apple USC-C to lightening port be better ffor the iphone battery than an Anker one like the one in this link?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H284NKP/
For the OEM charging cable: i said a recommendation,sourced from Multiple articles. The fact is, Anker third party cable (or equivalent ) certainly may not do any harm to battery over the long term. It's just best practice to use OEM cables.

Same goes for, keeping a phone plugged into the USB- Power Delivery port should not be kept plugged in any longer than the time it takes to fully charge phone. Example, not to be used for overnight charging. Sure mechanisms are in place at the phone level and charger level to be safe but its still strain on battery.

Go to settings > battery > battery health. Check once to every other month the percentage of battery performance.
When phone begins to seem it isn't keeping a charged battery for an entire day: from settings > Battery screen, evaluate consumed battery usage by app(s).
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30w USB C PD isn't enough to charge many laptops. 45w is required in most cases.

The RavPower ones are a better deal . . . 45w and cheaper.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KSTC...UTF8&psc=1
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This is just as good at $14. 4 star fakespot rating too.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B06WVFDCRV/ref=ox_sc_act_image_1?smid=A31P50DHAVH6TO&psc=1
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I think the one in the link below is a better deal (I got it last week)

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JWF2V21/

Below is my review of the one in the link above:

I am delighted by this "small wonder". It is highly compact, relatively light, and does what it advertises - charges multiple devices, quickly! I bought it because it had highly positive user reviews on Amazon and with my experience, this is so true. It also seems like a durable and well made product, and even the packaging is quite good -- I like it when the manufacturer or distributor is this detail-oriented.
I had not previously heard of this brand (AIDEAZ) before buying this product but because of its good user rating, I decided to take the plunge. I am so glad I did! I feel that its quality is equal or better than that of Anker brand products that I have also owned.
Overall this is a fine product and offered me excellent value (quality and performance compared to its price).
Highly Recommended!
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Here you go

Anker Quick Charge 3.0 43.5W 4-Port USB Wall Charger, PowerPort Speed 4 for Galaxy S10/S9/S8/edge/plus, Note 8/7, LG G6/G5, HTC, Nexus 9, with PowerIQ for iPhone XS/Max/XR/X/8/Plus, iPad, and More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N2HI...EDbD5VW680 [amazon.com]
Thanks, but that doesn't have PD. It's also a direct plug in into an outlet, where I was hoping for something with a longer cord, so I can have the hub sit right on my work desk rather than having to crawl underneath to plug my phone in every time.
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