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    You want C-C cable for fast charging such as 5V-3A (15W) and beyond. The USB-A to C cable only charges the device at 5V-2.1/2.4A (12W) unless your charger and device supports the proprietary charging protocols like Quick Charge.
    18w type c + 12w usb A
    I just went through the drill of replacing a dead Chromebook charger. The charge needed is 30w, and let me tell you, you CANNOT trust a charger when it says 30w to actually deliver 30w if it has more than 1 USB ports. Most dual port 30w chargers do not charge at 30w.

    Read the fine print. I eventually gave up and just bought a single port Aukey 30w charger and it works like a charm!

    As always, caveat emptor.

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    does it charge Microsoft surface book?
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    I used to like aukey but now the quality of their products seem lackluster. I have a dual 18w aukey pd charger AND an aukey usbc to lightning cable. My iphone and charger get very hot. It charges real slow too. Ive only used it a few times and its hot every time. Not sure if its the cable or the charger but yea.. ill rethink about buying aukey from now on.
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    does it charge Microsoft surface book?
    It should be able to.
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    does it charge Microsoft surface book?
    I was having trouble getting this to charge my Dell XPS. The Surface Pro may be difft, but I'd recommend the 60w Aukey, min, if you want to charge via USB C PD.
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    USB-A to USB-C cables are more common in my experience

    So I am feeling a little out of the loop seeing USB-C power output ports on chargers.

    Where does one usually use/need USB-C to USB-C cables? Thanks
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    USB-A to USB-C cables are more common in my experience

    So I am feeling a little out of the loop seeing USB-C power output ports on chargers.

    Where does one usually use/need USB-C to USB-C cables? Thanks
    Nintendo Switch typically. USB C to Lightening for super fast charge. USB C to USB C for power delivery on Android devices for fast charging. I just bought one of these that does 45w for my switch earlier today
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    You want C-C cable for fast charging such as 5V-3A (15W) and beyond. The USB-A to C cable only charges the device at 5V-2.1/2.4A (12W) unless your charger and device supports the proprietary charging protocols like Quick Charge.
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    Would someone confirm you can get full power out of both ports simultaneously?
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    Would someone confirm you can get full power out of both ports simultaneously?
    18w type c + 12w usb A
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    18w type c + 12w usb A
    I just went through the drill of replacing a dead Chromebook charger. The charge needed is 30w, and let me tell you, you CANNOT trust a charger when it says 30w to actually deliver 30w if it has more than 1 USB ports. Most dual port 30w chargers do not charge at 30w.

    Read the fine print. I eventually gave up and just bought a single port Aukey 30w charger and it works like a charm!

    As always, caveat emptor.
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    Nintendo Switch typically. USB C to Lightening for super fast charge. USB C to USB C for power delivery on Android devices for fast charging. I just bought one of these that does 45w for my switch earlier today
    Quote from DzzDave
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    You want C-C cable for fast charging such as 5V-3A (15W) and beyond. The USB-A to C cable only charges the device at 5V-2.1/2.4A (12W) unless your charger and device supports the proprietary charging protocols like Quick Charge.
    Ah okay - thanks
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    I just went through the drill of replacing a dead Chromebook charger. The charge needed is 30w, and let me tell you, you CANNOT trust a charger when it says 30w to actually deliver 30w if it has more than 1 USB ports. Most dual port 30w chargers do not charge at 30w.

    Read the fine print. I eventually gave up and just bought a single port Aukey 30w charger and it works like a charm!

    As always, caveat emptor.
    The stated wattage (30W in this case) is max for all USB ports...can't expect to exceed that when using multiple USB ports simultaneously.
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    Quote from DzzDave
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    You want C-C cable for fast charging such as 5V-3A (15W) and beyond. The USB-A to C cable only charges the device at 5V-2.1/2.4A (12W) unless your charger and device supports the proprietary charging protocols like Quick Charge.
    Can you convert a USB-A to C cable to USB-C to C using an adapter and use it with a PD charger? I already have USB-A to C cables and adapters, but I'm guessing it doesn't work like that.
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