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One for All: Compatible with virtually any device, from iPhone to Samsung to USB-C laptops and more; with a USB-C PowerIQ 3. 0 port and a USB-A PowerIQ 2. 0 port.
Simultaneous High-Speed Charging: With simultaneous charging for your laptop (45W) and mobile devices (15W), This is the only charger you'll need on your next vacation or business trip.
Charge Up to 2. 5X Faster: Anker's signature PowerIQ 3. 0 technology provides high-speed charging to virtually any mobile device.

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Thanks for sharing.

For Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ owners: This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.

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lol What? maybe time to review battery 101?

lithium battery cell's nominal voltage is about 3.7V, ranges from 2.8 to 3V during discharge and can be charged to max of 4.2V. if you charge Lithium battery, the charging voltage to the battery cell is ALWAYS 4.2V.

the charging voltage/current is how the charger supply those rated voltage to your phone's power circuit. NOT to your battery directly.

your phone then convert those wattage to 4.2V and whatever amp to charge your battery.
so at 45W charging rate, the current goes to your battery, assume 0 efficiency loss, is 45/4.2 = 10 amp.

if you truly value your battery (and why? phones get replaced ever 2 years anyways), you would stick with the standard USB of 5V/200ma.
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This is good option if you are going to use it for phone as well as laptops. But,
If you are only going to use it for phone charging 18w charger with PD should be good enough. Something like this
Anker: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GWQ2...=emc_b_5_t
or Ravpower: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

And get a type-c to lightning cable
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...VXLJ&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...ANF5&psc=1
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Thanks for sharing.

For Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ owners: This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.

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Thanks for sharing.

For Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ owners: This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.

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My first question already answered. Happen to have a recommendation for a Samsung alternative to 45w charger or don't bother because it will kill your battery?
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Thanks for sharing.

For Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ owners: This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.

Tofu Vic
I came in to look at it for the same reason. Very helpful
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Can I use this with a iPhone 11 Pro Max? What do I need to look out for when searching for replacement chargers? Only 18W, or...?
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Will this work for the HP ENVY 13-aq0011ms Laptop from the other day?
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Can I use this with a iPhone 11 Pro Max? What do I need to look out for when searching for replacement chargers? Only 18W, or...?
This is good option if you are going to use it for phone as well as laptops. But,
If you are only going to use it for phone charging 18w charger with PD should be good enough. Something like this
Anker: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GWQ2...=emc_b_5_t
or Ravpower: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

And get a type-c to lightning cable
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...VXLJ&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...ANF5&psc=1
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Can I use this with a iPhone 11 Pro Max? What do I need to look out for when searching for replacement chargers? Only 18W, or...?
Key words are 18W, USB C, PD
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My first question already answered. Happen to have a recommendation for a Samsung alternative to 45w charger or don't bother because it will kill your battery?
The wattage isnt what kills your battery tho. Amperage does

18w = 2A x 9v
25w = 2.25A x 11v
45w = 3A x 15w

If you're concerned about your battery, the 18w route is best since it uses the lowest supplied current while still fast charging. You could always charge overnight at 5v 1A if you're really worried about it
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This is good option if you are going to use it for phone as well as laptops. But,
If you are only going to use it for phone charging 18w charger with PD should be good enough. Something like this
Anker: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GWQ2...=emc_b_5_t
or Ravpower: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

And get a type-c to lightning cable
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...VXLJ&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...ANF5&psc=1
And to charge Samsung s9 or 10 which cable??
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The wattage isnt what kills your battery tho. Amperage does

18w = 2A x 9v
25w = 2.25A x 11v
45w = 3A x 15w

If you're concerned about your battery, the 18w route is best since it uses the lowest supplied current while still fast charging. You could always charge overnight at 5v 1A if you're really worried about it
Good to know thanks! I feel 1 hour to fully charge is fast enough and use the stock one supplied. When I travel on the go I was debating whether to throw a 45watt one in my backpack just in case but I think I'll manage with the stock one, thanks again
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The wattage isnt what kills your battery tho. Amperage does

18w = 2A x 9v
25w = 2.25A x 11v
45w = 3A x 15w

If you're concerned about your battery, the 18w route is best since it uses the lowest supplied current while still fast charging. You could always charge overnight at 5v 1A if you're really worried about it
lol What? maybe time to review battery 101?

lithium battery cell's nominal voltage is about 3.7V, ranges from 2.8 to 3V during discharge and can be charged to max of 4.2V. if you charge Lithium battery, the charging voltage to the battery cell is ALWAYS 4.2V.

the charging voltage/current is how the charger supply those rated voltage to your phone's power circuit. NOT to your battery directly.

your phone then convert those wattage to 4.2V and whatever amp to charge your battery.
so at 45W charging rate, the current goes to your battery, assume 0 efficiency loss, is 45/4.2 = 10 amp.

if you truly value your battery (and why? phones get replaced ever 2 years anyways), you would stick with the standard USB of 5V/200ma.
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Thanks for sharing.

For Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ owners: This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.

Tofu Vic

and quite a useless information by itself.
ANY usb c charger that support PDO is comparable with Note 10
however, to charge Note 10 to the fastest speed at 45w, it requires USB PD 3.0 PPS
the 25W does not require PPS.

according to Samsung's own charger
PDO 5.0V/3A, 9V/2.77A
PPS 3.3-5.9V/3A, 3.3-11V/2.25


this charger support 5V ⎓ 2.4A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 15V ⎓ 3A / 20V ⎓ 2.25A.
there is no reason this charger cannot do 25W to Note 10/10+
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