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Anker USB C Charger PowerPort Atom PD 1 £17.99 prime / ££22.48 non prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Anker USB C Charger PowerPort Atom PD 1 £17.99 prime / ££22.48 non prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 22nd Jan

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Decent little charger, smaller than most phone chargers but has enough grunt to charge a USB C laptop. Also apparently quick to charge iPhones. Normally over £40 although frequent discounts. Cheapest I've seen it.
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This is absolutely hot
39736150-Rvgc0.jpg Not sure if folks understand how tiny this is, and also how powerful it is.

What a price!
will this charge a ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Gen)? I'm new to the USB-C charging world
Edited by: "kowalski" 22nd Jan
Does this take a standard Apple USB charger?

Will it work well with iPad Pro 12”?

Thanks
PERCY_LONG_PRONG22/01/2020 20:11

Does this take a standard Apple USB charger?Will it work well with iPad …Does this take a standard Apple USB charger?Will it work well with iPad Pro 12”?Thanks


You would need a usb c to lightning cable
PERCY_LONG_PRONG22/01/2020 20:11

Does this take a standard Apple USB charger?Will it work well with iPad …Does this take a standard Apple USB charger?Will it work well with iPad Pro 12”?Thanks


Yes it would work great with any usb c cable and is gonna speed up charging significantly! I’ve to an iPad Pro 12.9 and it’s well worth it
If the aim is to actually charge a laptop battery when it is fully discharged, this will be insufficient. I have a Dell 7290 from work and anything less than 65W pops up a message on the screen that the charging level is not sufficient.
kowalski22/01/2020 19:22

in answer to my own question - maybe...This is 30W, but 40/45/60W might be …in answer to my own question - maybe...This is 30W, but 40/45/60W might be better for me,https://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/ajzqgv/charging_an_x1c6_usbc_with_a_portable_battery/https://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/8eslwa/t480s_t470_and_x270_usbc_charger_list/https://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/8eslwa/t480s_t470_and_x270_usbc_charger_list/dxxxale/



i bought the amazonbasics one (when it was on offer for 16.88), with a suitable cable (nimaso brand, £5.04 i think) that can handle the volts/amps, to charge a t480 (as my power supply was a non uk + wanted to have another charger as battery drains fairly quickly).
I was contemplating buying the ugreen combo but opted for the cheaper option.

The cable is rather thick, so bending at the port (depending on angle of placement) concerns me a bit, but the connection is much better than the one using the stock power supply cable (at the usb c end).

Only had it for a couple of days - laptop seems to charge fine.. cutting corners is always concerning when dealing with expensive gear but in some cases it just works out.
It's the same price for Anker's newer PIQ3 charger - amazon.co.uk/Ank…QL/ Which also supports other charging standards such as Quick Charge.

More info here - hotukdeals.com/dis…263
Edited by: "Gormond" 23rd Jan
Gormond23/01/2020 13:28

It's the same price for Anker's newer PIQ3 charger - …It's the same price for Anker's newer PIQ3 charger - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charger-PowerPort-Delivery-Indicator/dp/B07RKV6KQL/ Which also supports other charging standards such as Quick Charge.More info here - https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/fast-charging-standards-and-how-we-can-benefit-from-them-3388263


Thanks. I thought they were standardised now and the only difference was size.
zorba_g23/01/2020 15:32

Thanks. I thought they were standardised now and the only difference was …Thanks. I thought they were standardised now and the only difference was size.


Sadly there is still different charging standards but most are starting to support PD.
£41.99 before discount ???

I wonder how many they sold for that price (=0)
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