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Monoprice Obsidian 2-Port 39W Type-C PD + 12W Type-A USB Wall Charger EXPIRED

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Monoprice has Monoprice Obsidian 2-Port 39W Type-C PD + 12W Type-A USB Wall Charger on sale for $9.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Input Power: 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5A
  • USB‑A Output: 5V/2.4A
  • USB‑C® Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/2.6A
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 3.0" x 1.2" (63 x 75 x 30 mm)
  • Weight: 4.9 oz. (139 g)

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Monoprice [monoprice.com] - Obsidian Speed Plus 2-Port (39W PD + 2.4A) USB Wall Charger (Black) (24426) $9.99
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I already have enough chargers, ahh screw it. In for one.
The price is nice but the USB-C port supports neither PPS nor the 20V profile commonly supported by laptops.

5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/2.6A


Good luck!
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I already have enough chargers, ahh screw it. In for one.
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I have really not had very good luck with monoprice chargers. I don't know why. I used really trust them as a brand but the ones I've received cycled off and on over and over again. I've tried different wires and it still messes up...

edit: removed weird url block, idk what that was about
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I already have enough chargers, ahh screw it. In for one.
By once cry once..

Waiting for a cheap multi port charger, pps, 100w. One for travel and one for home.

Pretty much all you need as a wall charger. What else is needed in a wall charger?
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Both ports don't fast charge, that sucks only the ubc port super fast charges. No good
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The price is nice but the USB-C port supports neither PPS nor the 20V profile commonly supported by laptops.
  • 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/2.6A

Good luck!
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By once cry once..

Waiting for a cheap multi port charger, pps, 100w. One for travel and one for home.

Pretty much all you need as a wall charger. What else is needed in a wall charger?
What do you have the deal alert set as
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USB-C 39W and only 12W for the USB-A port. What an odd design. Wouldn't a 25-30W C and 20W A be more useful?
Standard USB-A is 2.4A @ 5V = 12W. Anything above is not standard. The only weirdness about this charger is the lack of 20V support for laptops.
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I have really not had very good luck with monoprice chargers. I don't know why. I used really trust them as a brand but the ones I've receiveurlhasbeenblockedff and on over and over again. I've tried different wires and it still messes up...
What word did Slickdeals decide needed censorship?
"Received"?
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Both ports don't fast charge, that sucks only the ubc port super fast charges. No good
The USBA port charges as fast as the universal spec allows. What you're probably talking about is proprietary fast charging which it doesn't advertise nor have
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Is 39W sufficient for Macbook Pro 13 with M1 chip? no need to charge, just to maintain the power level to use for classroom/library study....
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Only 1 review and its from you.....sus
I have it plugged bedside and this thing is solid. Don't suspect me too much bro lol
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