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Amazon has RAVPower 65W PD GaN USB C Wall Charger on sale for $27 when you 'clip' the $5 off coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks bobjohnson

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    • PD Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3.25A, 65W Max
    • iSmart Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
    • Total Output: 65W Max

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Back again at the front page price from two weeks ago. $32 with a $5 clippable coupon makes it $27.
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Sold by Amazon, so there is tax, but shipping is free.

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Noticed it is not available directly from the RAVPower site anymore. Not sure if this indicates a lack of stock or if it is no longer being made. Seems pretty new to be getting discontinued...

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GaN is more efficient so theoretically there should be less energy consumption through loss (heat)... although we are probably talking saving a dollar a year at most.

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Wrong picture OP
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Wrong picture OP
Thanks for the heads up. Fixed. worship
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It's likely getting replaced by the 90 watt one (which is also twice as expensive)
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The ratings and reviews are extremely positive 4.9/5...DANG
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I don't need the USB A port and it appears the extra 4 watts likely won't be usable for me either. Gonna hold out for the physically smaller 61w USB C only one.
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I am still unsure if there is any benefit of GaN chargers other than size and pay twice as much compared to a non-GaN charger. I am not cramped for space in my outlets. What do I get more?
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I am still unsure if there is any benefit of GaN chargers other than size and pay twice as much compared to a non-GaN charger. I am not cramped for space in my outlets. What do I get more?

GaN is more efficient so theoretically there should be less energy consumption through loss (heat)... although we are probably talking saving a dollar a year at most.
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is there a specific usb-c cord that is needed to take full advantage of 65W output or will any usb-c cord work?
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is there a specific usb-c cord that is needed to take full advantage of 65W output or will any usb-c cord work?
When I bought this last time, I ordered a 100W (5A) no-name cord with it. I just tested it with my Kill-a-Watt and it spiked 66W usage right away.

I probably wouldn't use just any cord when charging the laptop.
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When I bought this last time, I ordered a 100W (5A) no-name cord with it. I just tested it with my Kill-a-Watt and it spiked 66W usage right away.

I probably wouldn't use just any cord when charging the laptop.
Where and how much did you pay for the chord?
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I am still unsure if there is any benefit of GaN chargers other than size and pay twice as much compared to a non-GaN charger. I am not cramped for space in my outlets. What do I get more?
nothing really other than space.
i have one of GaN 60W usb c charger because not only i can use it at home but also it is perfect for travel. i used to travel quite a bit before pandemic
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It's likely getting replaced by the 90 watt one (which is also twice as expensive)
That will still likely be a better deal than what Apple & Dell charge for their big bricks.
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I am still unsure if there is any benefit of GaN chargers other than size and pay twice as much compared to a non-GaN charger. I am not cramped for space in my outlets. What do I get more?
In addition to efficiency and size, they also run cooler which always makes me feel like they'll last longer. I picked up the dual usb-c version of this one and it barely feels like it warms up at all when I'm charging my cell phone (Samsung Galaxy S8+)
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