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Could this be used to power a laptop and a usbc portable monitor on a laptop?
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Could this be used to power a laptop and a usbc portable monitor on a laptop?
Yes. PD stands for Power Delivery
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Could this be used to power a laptop and a usbc portable monitor on a laptop?
If you have it daisy-chained, then certainly. This will deliver up to 100W to your laptop which can provide the 10-15W your portable monitor needs. But if you're suggesting plugging USB-C from both your laptop and the monitor directly into this hub and connecting the monitor to the laptop over HDMI, then it's a little more complicated. If you use both USB-C ports simultaneously, then each port is limited to 50W. Depending on your laptop, it may or may not be able to give you adequate performance at 50W without also discharging the battery. It also may not be able to negotiate the full 50W.

Try using a USB-C to USB-A cable connected to a USB-A 5V 2.4A adapter (you almost certainly have one of these lying around) to see if your display can operate on 12W. If it can, use one USB-C port on this product to get 87W to your laptop and one USB-A port to get 12W to your display.

You should consider just getting the R*vPower 90W 2 USB-C charger that's $40 on Amazon right now. It will deliver 60W to your laptop and 30W to your display which should be enough, though I do prefer the Anker's hub design. I hope R*vPower releases a higher power update to their 65W desktop charger soon, as that is a killer product/design that just needs a bit more wattage.
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i dont get this product. an anker powerstrip with designated usb ports costs ~15. why pay 70 for this?
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i dont get this product. an anker powerstrip with designated usb ports costs ~15. why pay 70 for this?
For USB C PD.
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Electronics are getting ridiculous
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How expensive Anker product is! Is it worth of it?
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HyperJuice 100W GaN is smaller and the power profiles are more flexible (if Quick Charge 3.0). It's been my go-to travel charger. Costs a bit more but if you're gonna spend this much on a charger...
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How expensive Anker product is! Is it worth of it?
Same question why not go with this?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LNPC...s9dHJ1ZQ==
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Electronics are getting ridiculous
In a good way or a bad way? Having spent the better part of my life accumulating and fiddling with various connectors and power supplies, having a power supply with a universal connector that will auto-negotiate its power needs is ridiculously great.

Or did you mean price? Yeah it's pricey, but it's on par with the retail price of most semi-proprietary laptop power supplies, especially ones capable of 100w. I'd be embarrassed to see what I've spent on laptop power supplies, including "universal" ones, in total.
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How expensive Anker product is! Is it worth of it?
Probably not for you. If you have to ask what it even is you probably don't need it.
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HyperJuice 100W GaN is smaller and the power profiles are more flexible (if Quick Charge 3.0). It's been my go-to travel charger. Costs a bit more but if you're gonna spend this much on a charger...
Over $130?!
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How expensive Anker product is! Is it worth of it?
Yes it is. Anker is another Monoprice founded by a Google alum. Both companies make the best quality products at the lowest price point i.e. If lowering the price further results in a garbage product, they will not manufacture it. I'm sure they exist, but I have not had a bad Anker or Monoprice product yet.
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This is ridiculous seeing as how the zerolemon was $18 until yesterday although much lower wattage but this is creeping on oem pricing.

Def just get an oem charger and power splitter with pd for this price as someone above already mentioned you won't get 100w if you using both USB c ports
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