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Monoprice has Monoprice 100W 4-Port USB-C GaN Fast Wall Charger on sale for $35.90 when you apply promo code MPA15 in cart. To earn 15% Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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About this item:
  • Compact Size for Travel and Everyday Use
  • 2x USB Type‑C and 2x USB Type‑A Outputs
  • 100W High Power Output
  • Fast Charging with USB Power Delivery (2.5x faster than conventional charging methods)
  • Latest GaN (Gallium Nitride) Charging Technology
  • Charges Laptops, Tablets, Phones, Earphones, etc.
Output Power:
  • C1: 100W
  • C2: 100W
  • A1: 30W
  • A2: 30W
  • C1+C2: 65W+30W
  • C1+C2+A1: 45W+30W+18W
  • C1+C2+A1+A2: 45W+30W+7.5W+7.5W

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Monoprice [monoprice.com] - 100W 4-Port USB-C GaN Fast Wall Charger (43556) $33.15 - Now $35.90
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About this item:
  • Compact Size for Travel and Everyday Use
  • 2x USB Type‑C and 2x USB Type‑A Outputs
  • 100W High Power Output
  • Fast Charging with USB Power Delivery (2.5x faster than conventional charging methods)
  • Latest GaN (Gallium Nitride) Charging Technology
  • Charges Laptops, Tablets, Phones, Earphones, etc.
Output Power:
  • C1: 100W
  • C2: 100W
  • A1: 30W
  • A2: 30W
  • C1+C2: 65W+30W
  • C1+C2+A1: 45W+30W+18W
  • C1+C2+A1+A2: 45W+30W+7.5W+7.5W
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opfreak asked this question on 05-23-2022 at 11:23 AM
05-23-2022 at 11:23 AM
I can't speak for an M1, but my work computer is a 2019 16in macbook (intel) and it works great on that! I bought it as a spare charger for when I have to go into the office as I mostly WFH and it's just nice to just leave one at my desk at all times rather than messing with it.
05-23-2022 at 02:30 PM
Works just fine with M1 Macs or any Apple product that requires PD standard.
vaiof1 asked this question on 05-23-2022 at 10:14 AM
05-23-2022 at 10:14 AM
Pd 3 spec includes pps, however, none of the spec'd outputs will deliver superfast 2.0 (45w) Samsung uses 10v @ 4.5a this, like most chargers delivers 3 or 3.3a @9-10v so the most you are going to get is ~ 30w it might indicate sfc 2 but it's not going to charge much faster than sfc 1 (25w)
A4623471 asked this question on 05-23-2022 at 11:23 AM
05-23-2022 at 11:23 AM
Some kind soul put a photo of the charger in their review that shows the specs. It’s ETL.
xenic asked this question on 05-21-2022 at 07:48 PM
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c1: 100w
c2: 100w
a1: 30w
a2: 30w
c1+c2: 65w+30w
c1+c2+a1: 45w+30w+18w
c1+c2+a1+a2: 45w+30w+7.5w+7.5w
Not sure if it meets the power consumption requirements but may I recommend spending a little more for a 10' cable if you're going to use it for a laptop. I purchased a 6' on a similar deal for my laptop and regretted it, I got a 10' for my laptop and it's the sweet spot - good length to plug in to a near by outlet and sit on the couch or table. However, if you're using it to charge a phone, yah any length that supports the desired wattage will do.

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15% off with coupon MPA15. You can also use Amazon Pay for a possible extra 5% cashback if you have the Amazon Visa.
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Dimensions: 3.0" x 1.1" x 3.0" (75 x 29 x 75 mm)

Seems kinda big for a GaN charger, but then again most of the smaller ones usually top out around 65W.
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You'd still need a usb-c cable that can output 100w/45w/30w.
Anyone know a good cable?
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I don't think there is such a cable for 45w/30w, you just need a emark cable for 100w
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Quote from LeeJ4041 :
I don't think there is such a cable for 45w/30w, you just need a emark cable for 100w
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/718756

Is this cable ok?
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Quote from NCSU2008 :
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/718756

Is this cable ok?
Not sure if it meets the power consumption requirements but may I recommend spending a little more for a 10' cable if you're going to use it for a laptop. I purchased a 6' on a similar deal for my laptop and regretted it, I got a 10' for my laptop and it's the sweet spot - good length to plug in to a near by outlet and sit on the couch or table. However, if you're using it to charge a phone, yah any length that supports the desired wattage will do.
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The new 2022 Lenovo Legion 5/7 are all capable of 135W via USBC PD. But I don't see any chargers that can do that. The ones on Amazon are falsely advertised. Anyone know of where I can get one that can do 135W?
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The new 2022 Lenovo Legion 5/7 are all capable of 135W via USBC PD. But I don't see any chargers that can do that. The ones on Amazon are falsely advertised. Anyone know of where I can get one that can do 135W?
at this point, I don't think any type-c charger can charge over 100w (in single output), but there are new ones coming out this year that will, supposedly. but I can still "slow charge" my legion 7 slim at 100w via an emarked cable...
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Quote from NCSU2008 :
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/718756

Is this cable ok?
Google "Amazon Basics Fire".
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Fantastic charger. Use it to charge my Chromebook and phone every night, and a couple of less power hungry USB devices regularly as well. Doesn't overheat, produces the power promised, does exactly what you need it to.
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The new 2022 Lenovo Legion 5/7 are all capable of 135W via USBC PD. But I don't see any chargers that can do that. The ones on Amazon are falsely advertised. Anyone know of where I can get one that can do 135W?
Spec is up to 100w. 135w is proprietary single output and must have cable attached.
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This may sound like a weird question, but does this have LED lights? I prefer a travel charger without LEDs because I don't like it lighting up the room at night.
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Paid $38.99 for this in Nov.
It's worth every penny.
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