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PowerIQ 3.0 supports both USB PD and PowerIQ 2.0 (which is Anker's mimic of Quick Charge 3.0). It is against USB-C specifications to include a third party fast charging standard over USB-C other than PD. So Anker's PowerIQ 3.0 products cannot be certified. As they are in violation of the spec. That doesn't mean they don't work. But it is possible an unknown reaction could happen between charger and device. The most likely is a confusion of fast charging negotiation on a device that supports both PD and QC.

The iPad Pro only supports PD, so I would expect it to charge normally with an Anker PowerIQ 3.0 product. You can check that with your tester. Be sure to test both chargers while the iPad has similar battery levels. As the battery charges the current (amps) will drop. To see near max charge rates the iPad's battery will need to be below 20% and the iPad using as much power as possible (screen brightness to max, resource intense app, etc).

So i am not sure how it would perform with MBP

Also from the Product Specification -
This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.

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Got one, thx
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I've been wanting this for a while. Just got one. Thanks so much!
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Despite this being yet another shill post it's actually a good deal ..great product and very reasonable price

I use it to charge Lenovo c940 14", it will (should) work for any Ultrabook in the 13-14" range

will charge galaxy s20 series at 25watts, same as the stock charger. that's as good as it gets unless you have the s20 ultra and waste $50 on the Samsung branded 45watt PPS charger
I have the S20 ultra and got the original Samsung 45w charger for $34 on Amazon.
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Can this be used to charge iPhone / iPad quickly?
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would this charge a 2020 MacBook pro 13inch at full speed?
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I have the S20 ultra and got the original Samsung 45w charger for $34 on Amazon.
Okay, so the price has lowered. It is $50 MSRP and was that price for awhile. my point still stands that it is a waste to spend the money on a charger like that which has next to no actual benefit (1-2 minute faster 0-100% charging vs 25watts), has less output than other cheaper chargers like the one in this thread, and uses proprietary standard that doesn't cross over to other products.
still thanks for the correction on the current price
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Can this be used to charge iPhone / iPad quickly?
Basically, yes. Unless you are using some insanely cheap off brand POS cable, it will charge any modern iPhone or iPad as fast as any stock Apple charger would.
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PowerIQ 3.0 supports both USB PD and PowerIQ 2.0 (which is Anker's mimic of Quick Charge 3.0). It is against USB-C specifications to include a third party fast charging standard over USB-C other than PD. So Anker's PowerIQ 3.0 products cannot be certified. As they are in violation of the spec. That doesn't mean they don't work. But it is possible an unknown reaction could happen between charger and device. The most likely is a confusion of fast charging negotiation on a device that supports both PD and QC.

The iPad Pro only supports PD, so I would expect it to charge normally with an Anker PowerIQ 3.0 product. You can check that with your tester. Be sure to test both chargers while the iPad has similar battery levels. As the battery charges the current (amps) will drop. To see near max charge rates the iPad's battery will need to be below 20% and the iPad using as much power as possible (screen brightness to max, resource intense app, etc).

So i am not sure how it would perform with MBP

Also from the Product Specification -
This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.
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This or FP Rav Power deal ?? Any suggestions ?
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This or FP Rav Power deal ?? Any suggestions ?
Some people think Anker>Ravpower, but I've used both and they're both good. Primary differences between the chargers:
1) This one is GaN, meaning it should be smaller and generate less heat, but it looks like this is actually bigger somehow.
2) The Ravpower FP deal has 1 USB-C port AND a USB-A port.

So if you need a charger, just decide if you need the extra USB-A port, or if you value smaller size.
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This has power specs that meet the Nintendo switch criteria if anyone was wondering. Good deal here
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