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Post #150546379 added 10-26-2021 5:53 AM by wizard7926 in Deal Talk
Thanks, grabbed this one! Reviews state that the charge really drops when you use both ports, but since I'm only planning to use the USB-C on this, that's fine with me. Nice find.
Post #150532588 added 10-25-2021 1:45 PM by Hat-Trick in Deal Talk
Too lazy to post a new deal (would probably get jacked over it anyways) but here is a 65W for $10.99 on Amazon that is GaN and it says it does 65W on USB-C with one device. ...
Post #150530182 added 10-25-2021 12:05 PM by GreyKestrel9181 in Deal Talk
Currently Unavailable, damn good price though make me nervous its junk or too good to be true.
Post #150530101 added 10-25-2021 12:02 PM by MemorableWinter6800 in Deal Talk
It does 65w when using only the PD USB-C port. When using both ports the PD port is limited to 45w and the USB-A is 12w. But it looks to be sold-out anyway.
Post #150529852 added 10-25-2021 11:53 AM by max1001 in Deal Talk
Wouldn't get this for MacBook Pro unless you want to charge at a lower rate than the max 65 watts. This only has 45 watts output via usb-c PD....
Post #150529747 added 10-25-2021 11:50 AM by max1001 in Deal Talk
45+12 is 57, not 65 watts...
Post #150529696 added 10-25-2021 11:48 AM by perez.isaac1992 in Deal Talk
No it’s not. 65w is the max without have a phone charge in the usb A. If you’re only using the usbC it’s 65w. Never mind. My bad
Post #150529528 added 10-25-2021 11:42 AM by Crazyheaven in Deal Talk
It could have meant that. But it this case it doesn’t. 45w is the max draw.
Post #150529111 added 10-25-2021 11:26 AM by swine in Deal Talk
65w total still means output 65w to usb c if you don't have a draw from the usb a, right?
Post #150528805 added 10-25-2021 11:15 AM by ar15thompson in Deal Talk
65w total. That’s how they rate them all.
Post #150528784 added 10-25-2021 11:14 AM by sarcasmogratis in Deal Talk
They're listing max total But agree, marketing as 65w USB c makes it seem much better than it is. 45w is pretty low for a laptop charger, probably unusable if you have a PD hub in line too ...
Post #150528706 added 10-25-2021 11:11 AM by alexlzl in Deal Talk
Fishy, it says 65W charger, but on image #4, "USB-A 12W Max, USB-C 45W max". I would avoid.
Post #150527941 added 10-25-2021 10:44 AM by MilsOnWheels in Deal Talk
I bought *several* and I’ve had no issues. Must be mindful to buy reputable brands, that’s all. OEM chargers have gone up in flames before.
Post #150527542 added 10-25-2021 10:32 AM by ConFu in Deal Talk
Avoid third party chargers due to the risk of bricking your laptop. At best stick to known brands. Let the "I bought one and I've had no issues" comments begin.
Post #150526489 added 10-25-2021 10:02 AM by cmarti in Deal Talk
In for one, thanks!
Post #150524098 added 10-25-2021 8:00 AM by SlicktheShocker in Deal Talk
I have one since july 2020 and i use it to charge my surface pro 7 via usbc and no issues. A bit bulky for my liking but it beats the size of the oem magnetic charging brick.
Post #150523828 added 10-25-2021 7:44 AM by c2nah777 in Deal Talk
They are ESR Authorized (according to their seller name). Sounds good to me. :eek::lol::lol: But seriously, you can't take reviews at face value, but I suggest reading some critical ones to get...
Post #150523798 added 10-25-2021 7:42 AM by lyrebird in Deal Talk
Price seems ok. But I did not find any certification on the amazon page.
Post #150522499 added 10-25-2021 6:07 AM by veejl in Deal Talk
Anyone have any comments on the quality of this brand?
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