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RAVPower 20000mAh 60W PD 3.0 USB C Power Bank White | Black @Amazon $39.94

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https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B083N...rd_w=JyGQD = Now $42.99

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RAVPower Portable Charger [amazon.com] 20000mAh 18W PD 3.0 Power Bank / $33.99 w/ 5% clippable = $32.69

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My favorite power bank at the moment. Not as ridiculously oversized as my Anker 26500 and 60w PD to charge my laptop.
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I have this and it's my favorite that I have owned. It's not ridiculously big or heavy but seems to last forever.
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My favorite power bank at the moment. Not as ridiculously oversized as my Anker 26500 and 60w PD to charge my laptop.
Can you share a photo of all 3 together?
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FYI dealbreaker (at least for me): "This product only supports macOS 10. 15. 1 and earlier"
And even though the product boasts a photo showing compatibility with MacBook Pro 2019, the fine print states: "60W 20000 portable charger is not compatible with 16" Macbook Pro" Odd.
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FYI dealbreaker (at least for me): "This product only supports macOS 10. 15. 1 and earlier"
And even though the product boasts a photo showing compatibility with MacBook Pro 2019, the fine print states: "60W 20000 portable charger is not compatible with 16" Macbook Pro" Odd.
Maybe to cover themselves since the 16 is 100watt*
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FYI the 60w is 45 + 15.
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so this wont charge a new macbook at all?

also, this seems like one of the better powerbanks listed. ideally, you want power delivery and atleast 60 watts right?? maybe 20000 mAh?
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I have this and love it. I dunno if this is slick though...
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Says it does 60W if charging only a single device.

I'm interested even though I don't have anything that needs this.
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Okay how fire safe and battery health and compatible is it to use a DC plug (traditional 5.5mm or 7.4mm and others "round pin charging tip") to USB C adapter for this?

I know USB C is difficult with various charging issues when using a bad cable or charger so like for a cable I always get one with a 56k ohm resistor inside for safety.

So can I "convert" an older laptop charging connection to a USB C cable input and ultimately use a power pack like this to charge it?

I know that the laptop would have to accept charging at 60W. I think some higher watt laptops can charge (slower) using a 45W traditional charger.
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IMO not the best deal for this level of power bank. If you plan to use both ports at once, it can only do 45 watts on the Type C. If that's your average use case, I've had this bank for a while and it hasn't failed me yet. I haven't tried to draw more than 35 watts from the Type C port continuously yet, but I've had none of the issues in the reviews, and I paid 42 bucks for it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D17NXXT

If you want a bank for charging USB C laptops, I haven't tried this one, but I've been drooling over it since it came out. Currently 77 bucks if you bundle it with a 10 dollar Lightning cable. This chonky bastard can output 100 watts from one Type C port, and can suck in just as many to charge if you have a powerful enough wall adapter. It can also output 60 watts from both Type C ports simultaneously. Just uh, don't expect the world from their support team.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P7P2L75
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