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Good price for Anker 48W car charger.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YY7K...pldnSite=1

$17.99 when you clip the $2 off coupon found on the product page
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Anker 48W 2-Port PIQ 3.0 Fast USB C Car Charger, PowerDrive+ III Duo for $19.99 *Price Drop*
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$17.99 for me, there's a $2 coupon.
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enough to cover the tax. takes op!
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Lol I ordered 2 of these a few hours ago thinking to myself, wow what a great deal.
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in the picture it says 18w one port, 30w the other port. If my laptop takes 45w to charge, will it charge it slowly at all at 30w? Or will it adopt and put all 48 available watts in one port?
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in the picture it says 18w one port, 30w the other port. If my laptop takes 45w to charge, will it charge it slowly at all at 30w? Or will it adopt and put all 48 available watts in one port?
I'm a little confused about this in general. USB-PD doesn't support a 30W profile. It goes from 27W (3A@9V) to 45W (3A@15V). I can't imagine this thing pulls more than 3A, so you'd need 10V, which isn't part of any standard I'm aware of.

48W doesn't match any standard, either, so the best you could hope for is 45W. If I had to guess, I'd say that each port is capped at 30W, but won't get more than 27W. It's BS marketing.

This gets a TD from me. The $12 unit that has a USB-C and USB-A port is a better buy, IMO.
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in the picture it says 18w one port, 30w the other port. If my laptop takes 45w to charge, will it charge it slowly at all at 30w? Or will it adopt and put all 48 available watts in one port?
no, it has 2 ports

30W USB C Output: 5V ⎓2.4 A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 15V ⎓ 2A / 20V ⎓ 1.5A / 9V⎓2A / 12V⎓1.5A
18W USB C Output: 5V ⎓ 2.4A / 9V ⎓ 2A / 12V⎓1.5A
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$20 for this type of thing just not worth it in my opinion regardless of how quality it may be.
For 2 ports it's probably worth it ... like your iphone in one and a macbook/ipad in another ... but most people don't need 2 ports
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$20 for this type of thing just not worth it in my opinion regardless of how quality it may be.
It's 18W charging and not 5W or 12W.
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