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    • 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.
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Monoprice [monoprice.com] - 100W 4-Port USB-C GaN Fast Wall Charger (43556) $24.64
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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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Last Edited by ndetect November 30, 2022 at 02:09 PM
Really good charger. Way better than the Apple one.
For anyone reporting the flickering of device. Charging/Not-Charging every few seconds, just replace the charging cable.
Somehow the chargers are pretty sensitive to specific cable.

I have cable that works everywhere, except on this charger.
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Reviews are a bit iffy
I was worried as well with the reviews but for the price it's worth the try. I ordered 2 and used them both daily to charge laptops and tablets and never had any issues.
Got two. Work ok but not great. One of my phones pulls 3-4amp then stops, like the brick resets, then starts again. Good for this price, but expect some wonkyness. Won't charge my MBP but will charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon

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Reviews are a bit iffy
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I was worried as well with the reviews but for the price it's worth the try. I ordered 2 and used them both daily to charge laptops and tablets and never had any issues.
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Got two. Work ok but not great. One of my phones pulls 3-4amp then stops, like the brick resets, then starts again. Good for this price, but expect some wonkyness. Won't charge my MBP but will charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon
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Got two. Work ok but not great. One of my phones pulls 3-4amp then stops, like the brick resets, then starts again. Good for this price, but expect some wonkyness. Won't charge my MBP but will charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon
does it happen when you plug in another device? b/c that is normal behavior.
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Got two. Work ok but not great. One of my phones pulls 3-4amp then stops, like the brick resets, then starts again. Good for this price, but expect some wonkyness. Won't charge my MBP but will charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon
Price is good, but reviews are pretty bad including recent one, not sure whether I want to buy it.
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Been using this as a travel charger for about a year. Works fine.
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I have 2 of these and they work great. Does it get warm? Yes, but so do most of the chargers I own. Reviews held me back as well but I'm glad I went with this.
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for what it's worth don't get it. I had two of them and both of them had issued with a normal USB port that came loose, I was over sea and I end up gave it to the local there since they only want it for USB-C
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does it happen when you plug in another device? b/c that is normal behavior.
Nope, at random intervals. For others, PD compliant devices need to sense the voltage needed, by talking to the devices plugged in. If a new device is plugged in, the power brick will re-communicate to verify it's sending the right voltage. Safety mechanism.
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Been using this as a travel charger for about a year. Works fine.
Probably older version is better and didn't have problems
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Nope, at random intervals. For others, PD compliant devices need to sense the voltage needed, by talking to the devices plugged in. If a new device is plugged in, the power brick will re-communicate to verify it's sending the right voltage. Safety mechanism.
that's why i say it's normal behavior
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