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Anker USB C Charger, 735 Charger (Nano II 65W) - $10 OFF - $49.99

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This wouldn't be the best device for three port charging if you're trying to balance charging two phones simultaneously with a USB-A device: it can't even bother to deliver 18W to the second USB-C port while maintaining 40W to the first USB-C port. Perhaps this would be a meaningful option for someone trying to consolidate chargers for a lower power laptop/tablet, a USB-C phone, and a legacy USB-A device(?). The claimed PPS support could provide amazing charging speeds for the few devices for which that feature is applicable (like the latest Samsung Galaxy devices).

I'd prefer to see a device that provides a balanced, higher wattage power budget for the second USB-C while both USB-C ports are in use, but when traveling this could easily replace a couple of chargers.

Single Port: USB-C 1 (65W Max) / USB-C 2 (65W Max) / USB-A (22.5W Max)
Dual Port: USB-C 1 + USB-C 2 (45W Max + 20W Max) / USB-C 1 + USB-A (40W Max + 22.5W) / USB-C 2 + USB-A (12W Max + 12W Max)
Triple Port: USB-C 1 (40W Max), USB-C 2 (12W Max), USB-A (12W Max)

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i have this charger, and use it when travelling. it can power my company issued HP laptop and an iPad pro simultaneously no problem.
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Quote from The_Love_Spud :
This wouldn't be the best device for three port charging if you're trying to balance charging two phones simultaneously with a USB-A device: it can't even bother to deliver 18W to the second USB-C port while maintaining 40W to the first USB-C port. Perhaps this would be a meaningful option for someone trying to consolidate chargers for a lower power laptop/tablet, a USB-C phone, and a legacy USB-A device(?).
I think that's exactly what it's good for. Even when I'm travelling, I don't need to be actively charging all my devices at the same time at high-speed. I just need something that can help the laptop during the day (or recharge fully at night) via USB-PD at 65W, a second USB-C port to occasionally charge a phone even at low speed, and a USB-A for random little things (headphones, a tablet) that aren't USB-C capable yet.

I don't think most people have a need for ultra-fast phone charging at all really, since everyone I know just charges at night. I might not ever use two of the 3 ports at the same time. But with this device I am capable of charging everything I own and I can leave it in my travel bag full-time.
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I like throwing one of these in my bag for hotel rooms. There's a new 30W model with braided cable that looks nicer for $40, too.
Anker 20W USB C Power Strip https://a.co/fZOQzTb
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