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5-Port Sabrent 114W USB A & USB Type-C PD Smart USB Charging Station EXPIRED

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This charger is not UL certified.
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OUTPUTS - Five USB connectors for outputs: 4 USB-A ports, provide 5V/4.8A in total, every port provides 5V/2.4A (max), and equipped with intelligent IC and automatically identifies the handheld devices attached.
USB TYPE-C - 1 USB-C port with 5V/9V/12V/15V 3A, 20V 4.35A output. <- 87W USB-C PD

And people say this thing is huge, and heavy over 1lb
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Looks like the same hardware as this, which is UL certified. It's the same original price of $50, but I don't have a coupon code for it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DGTF...AAAAAAAXMN

Is UL certification worth $20 to you? Maybe... The photos of melted Sabrent chargers on amazon make me think it is.
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OUTPUTS - Five USB connectors for outputs: 4 USB-A ports, provide 5V/4.8A in total, every port provides 5V/2.4A (max), and equipped with intelligent IC and automatically identifies the handheld devices attached.
USB TYPE-C - 1 USB-C port with 5V/9V/12V/15V 3A, 20V 4.35A output. <- 87W USB-C PD

And people say this thing is huge, and heavy over 1lb
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This charger is not UL certified.
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This charger is not UL certified.
are there alternatives that are? looking for a travel charger that also supports a macbook pro 15...
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Does this have a Built in Battery to carry around like a portable charger? or is it only plug in?
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Have been looking for a PD charger that I can charge iPads and my PD battery pack with, but this one looks huge. It can deliver more power than the RAV or Anker, but it's significantly larger. Not good for travel. Good price though on what seems like a nice unit though. Thanks OP.
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Does this have a Built in Battery to carry around like a portable charger? or is it only plug in?
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are there alternatives that are? looking for a travel charger that also supports a macbook pro 15...
Looks like the same hardware as this, which is UL certified. It's the same original price of $50, but I don't have a coupon code for it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DGTF...AAAAAAAXMN

Is UL certification worth $20 to you? Maybe... The photos of melted Sabrent chargers on amazon make me think it is.
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Looks like the same hardware as this, which is UL certified. It's the same original price of $50, but I don't have a coupon code for it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DGTF...AAAAAAAXMN

Is UL certification worth $20 to you? Maybe... The photos of melted Sabrent chargers on amazon make me think it is.
I'm also curious about the UL listing. In the very few reviews of this particular device on amazon, one reviewer says his has printing clearly stating it is UL listed on his device, and on the box.

Which to believe? I'm debating this one.

Also wondering if it's worth the size. There's an image of it next to a 87w apple USB-C charger. Basically twice the size.
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are there alternatives that are? looking for a travel charger that also supports a macbook pro 15...
I use this urlhasbeenblocked charger for my 2017 MBP 15" and 2018 MBP 13". It works great when I am mobile. Yes, I know it is only 60w but for 99% of the time it works fine for my 15". The other 1% my laptop just charges a little slower.


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0712252ZQ
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Must be a fairly new product. Out of 25 reviews, most of them are "Vine" reviews. Only one verified purchase review. That being said, some of Vine reviews seem to be fairly candid despite getting a free product.

Seems solid for $30. Not sure that I would pay $70 for it unless I really needed that many watts from the USB C port. My 60 watt multi-port from Nektek powers everything I need from my Galaxy S9+ to my Latitude 7480 (and everything in between), otherwise I would consider grabbing this.
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Can this charges my y540 17' laptop at home? Wanna used a USB -C not the power cable that come with it
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I had one of these from this brand! It would make my iPad act weird when plugged in! Like random things happened while typing, not sure if it would produce too much voltage or what! I threw mine away. May be I was unlucky
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Looks like the same hardware as this, which is UL certified. It's the same original price of $50, but I don't have a coupon code for it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DGTF...AAAAAAAXMN

Is UL certification worth $20 to you? Maybe... The photos of melted Sabrent chargers on amazon make me think it is.
The photo of a "burned charger" on this product clearly show the cable melted and not the charger. With so many crappy USB cables out there, mixing them with high power chargers is always a risk. When a poorly made cable is plugged into a charger that can push 5 or 6 amps, the results could always be bad.
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FYI the newer MacBook 16" charger is 96W
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