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Seems a good deal on a 61w USB Type C charger. Amazon used to do their own at 65W at a similar price, although this one is a little smaller GaN model from a decent brand. Worth £19.99 in my opinion.

For this price, use code IXNTFVAT at checkout, or go to the promo drop down on the product page and click "Redeem" > Add to basket > Checkout


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  • Compact Size & Superior Performance: GaN tech & PI chipset make the charger 50% smaller than a standard 61W MacBook charger, slim enough to carry anywhere. The components will keep cool, reduce power wastage & Maximize charging efficiency to over 93% based on the tech advantage.

  • High Efficiency USB C wall Charger: 61W output, high up to Charge your 13” MacBook Pro to 100% in just 1.8 hours, to charge iPhones 2 hours faster than industry standard. Attention please: C to C Cable is necessary when quick charge. USB adapter will not be able to trigger the PD protocol.

  • Friendly to various PD devices: The RAVPowe 61W wall charger match a variety of PD devices from smart phones to laptops, one for all and making charging simple. The 100% compatible charger make your business trip or vacation convenient and free of hassles.

  • Dependable protection: With built-in safeguards to protect against overcharging, overheating & short circuiting. Continuous high-power output will have a temperature rise, but they are all within the safety limits of standdard certification.

  • What You Get: RAVPower RAVPowe 61W PD GaN USB C wall charger (cable not included), User Guide and 24-hour customer service.



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Compatibility Phone Model: iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max/iPhone XS / XS Max / XR / X / 8 Plus / 8 / 7 / 7 Plus / 6 Samsung Galaxy S10 / S10e / S10+ /S9 / S9+ / S8 / S8+ / Note 9 / Note 8 Huawei P10 / Mate 9 / Mate 20X / Mate 20 Pro LG G7 / V30+ / Nintendo Switch / Google Pixel / Pixel 3a / XL / 3 / 2XL / 2, Nexus 5X / 6P Sony XZ2 Premium, Sony XZ3, and more Laptops Model: MacBook Pro / MacBook Air / MacBook 12 / DELL XPS 13 / iPad Pro 2018 HP Spectre X360 / Spectre X2 / Spectre Folio / ELITE BOOK 830 G5 Lenovo X1 / YOGA730 / E490 / ideapad 720s-13 / THINKPAD X390 Huawei MateBook X Pro / MateBook X / MateBook13 Samsung Notebook 9(950XBE); Xiaomi Air and More Tablets Model: iPad Pro 12.9’’ / iPad Pro 10.5’’ / iPad Pro 11’’ Technical Specifications: Input: AC 100V-240V 50/60Hz 1.5A Output: DC 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A, 20.3V/3A, 61W max What’s in the Box: 1 x RAVPower Wall Charger (RP-PC112) 1 x User Manual Warm Tips: About Razer Blade Stealth: Razer Blade Stealth 12.5/13.3/14 inches laptop support PD charging while 15.6/17.3 inches do not support PD charging, please check your laptop model whether support PD charging in advance. The charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 45W/25W fast charging as it is not compatible with PPS protocol. The Microsoft Surface Pro 5/6/7 notebook do not have a Type C port so they do not support PD protocol charging directly. But they can support PD protocol adapter charging using the original external HUB connector of Surface. For Dell and Lenovo laptops, when the output of the PD charger is lower than the original charger and slow charging warning May popup, but there is no security risk.
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Nice one Great price here.
sheffield788
This you might be looking for as we had conversation before.
Edited by: "Brutes" 9th Mar
Brutes09/03/2020 09:19

Nice one Great price here.sheffield788 This you might be looking for …Nice one Great price here.sheffield788 This you might be looking for as we had conversation before.


Thanks! I kept an eye on this, I've even checked yesterday, so I will probably put an order. Hot!
Very good price for such a high-output, compact charger with GaN components.
I got one of these earlier this year and it's great. Very small with lots of power.
Edited by: "leafmulch" 9th Mar
Was going to buy this last week, luckily I waited! thanks!

Perfect for my MacBook Pro while travelling!
Does anyone knows if any usb c to c cable will work on this to charge an ultra book? Are there any 'PD' cables out there or a normal one will work.Have not checked yet, but I think i can't take off the cable from my Asus Zenbook charger to use it with this. Thanks!
sheffield78809/03/2020 12:48

Does anyone knows if any usb c to c cable will work on this to charge an …Does anyone knows if any usb c to c cable will work on this to charge an ultra book? Are there any 'PD' cables out there or a normal one will work.Have not checked yet, but I think i can't take off the cable from my Asus Zenbook charger to use it with this. Thanks!



Here is a Nimaso 2m USB-C to USB-C cable capable of up to the maximum Power Delivery fast charge rate of 100w (20V/5A) for £6.49. Also, includes the E-Mark chip.

amazon.co.uk/USB-Nimaso-Charging-MacBook-ChromeBook-Black-Grey/dp/B07QPNRGYH/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&psc=1&ref_=ox_sc_saved_image_4&smid=A2P65N706A9FKI
Edited by: "cheekster" 9th Mar
Genuine thanks was looking at buying a GaN charger this morning but couldn’t justify the price £20 is perfect
This no good with Surface Laptop 3?

Thanks!
cheekster09/03/2020 13:09

Here is a Nimaso 2m USB-C to USB-C cable capable of up to the maximum …Here is a Nimaso 2m USB-C to USB-C cable capable of up to the maximum Power Delivery fast charge rate of 100w (20V/5A)for £6.49. Also, includes the E-Mark chip.amazon.co.uk/USB-Nimaso-Charging-MacBook-ChromeBook-Black-Grey/dp/B07QPNRGYH/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&psc=1&ref_=ox_sc_saved_image_4&smid=A2P65N706A9FKI


Thanks a lot! I've noticed the Amazon basic one £1 cheaper but not sure if has the e mark chip, I will check again.
For my general knowledge, this will work with the phone too? Also, for 60w chargers, will a standard usb c to c cable do, or it needs to be s certain type of cable considering 60w+. Thanks!
sheffield78809/03/2020 15:16

Thanks a lot! I've noticed the Amazon basic one £1 cheaper but not sure if …Thanks a lot! I've noticed the Amazon basic one £1 cheaper but not sure if has the e mark chip, I will check again.For my general knowledge, this will work with the phone too? Also, for 60w chargers, will a standard usb c to c cable do, or it needs to be s certain type of cable considering 60w+. Thanks!


Yes, it will work for smartphones as well. It’s well worth having a USB-C cable with the E-Mark chip.

This explains it in more detail:

eeworldonline.com/designing-a-type-c-electronically-marked-cable-part-1/

AFAIK there are different ratings of USB-C to USB-C cables. Some won’t support 100w for example so my thinking is why not just buy one cable that can support anything up to and including 100w rather than a cheaper cable now then purchasing another later if/when the need arises.
Edited by: "cheekster" 9th Mar
cheekster09/03/2020 15:21

Yes, it will work for smartphones as well. It’s well worth having a USB-C c …Yes, it will work for smartphones as well. It’s well worth having a USB-C cable with the E-Mark chip.This explains it in more detail:eeworldonline.com/designing-a-type-c-electronically-marked-cable-part-1/AFAIK there are different ratings of USB-C to USB-C cables. Some won’t support 100w for example so my thinking is why not just buy one cable that can support anything up to and including 100w rather than a cheaper cable now then purchasing another later if/when the need arises.


Thank you very much! I think your argument makes sense. I will probably never need one supporting 100w, however I will need one supporting 65w and the one I have may not support it. I read about the e mark chip and I do think it is useful, the question is rather how honest are manufacturers with regards to their specs, particularly with no name cables. While the reviews sound great, Amazon has gone down the hill over the past years and you never know if the claimed specs are true, also how real the reviews are. Thank you very much!
sheffield78809/03/2020 16:00

Thank you very much! I think your argument makes sense. I will probably …Thank you very much! I think your argument makes sense. I will probably never need one supporting 100w, however I will need one supporting 65w and the one I have may not support it. I read about the e mark chip and I do think it is useful, the question is rather how honest are manufacturers with regards to their specs, particularly with no name cables. While the reviews sound great, Amazon has gone down the hill over the past years and you never know if the claimed specs are true, also how real the reviews are. Thank you very much!



fakespot.com and reviewmeta.com
cheekster09/03/2020 16:16

https://fakespot.com and https://reviewmeta.com


Yes, I know. But just got some Netac st cards and the fake spot suggests the reviews are fake, however researching over the internet it shows a well established company and the reviews on line from those who proper tested these suggest there are not bad.
Does this support p20 pro supercharge?
If anyone has the above plug and this RavPower 20,000 mAh power bank.
40075884-ZarYT.jpgCan you tell me how long it takes to charge it from fully flat to 100%.
Out of curiosity, I used a 15W 5 port PD charger and it took a few minutes short of 3 hours.
Which is only 30 mins more than the claimed 2.5 hours using a 30W PD plug according to Amazon's listings.
Anyone used this on an iPhone xs max? Real charging time for full charge
plewis0009/03/2020 12:05

Very good price for such a high-output, compact charger with GaN …Very good price for such a high-output, compact charger with GaN components.


Hi! You seem to know a lot about computers, hope you can help me with some answers, I am trying to take advantage of my last day of Prime and want to put an order for a cable to go with this RAVpower.
Somebody suggested in the comments about a decent cable, with emark, PD and 100W. It seems good to me. However, it is 3.1 gen 1. I read over the internet and obviously, the general opinion is a 3.1 gen 2 will be better. However, I am interested in charging, no transfers. Will a Gen 2 work better for charging purposes?

Also, checked the specs on my laptop. I have an USB 3.1 gen 1 port. If I get a Gen 2 cable, I know it will work with this port, but will it work better than gen 1 considering the port is only gen 1. I also have 2xusb Thunderbold, but my understanding is the gen 2 cable will not make a difference on these ports either.

Basically I want to know if a gen 2 cable will charge my laptop quicker, but I don't think this is the case, I think it will only make a difference in terms of transfers. Thanks a lot!

This is the cable was suggested to me and I am thinking to place an order tonight, as I did not come across anything better, but I do have some reservations with regards to the brand:
amazon.co.uk/USB…FKI
Edited by: "sheffield788" 10th Mar
sheffield78810/03/2020 10:18

Hi! You seem to know a lot about computers, hope you can help me with some …Hi! You seem to know a lot about computers, hope you can help me with some answers, I am trying to take advantage of my last day of Prime and want to put an order for a cable to go with this RAVpower.Somebody suggested in the comments about a decent cable, with emark, PD and 100W. It seems good to me. However, it is 3.1 gen 1. I read over the internet and obviously, the general opinion is a 3.1 gen 2 will be better. However, I am interested in charging, no transfers. Will a Gen 2 work better for charging purposes? Also, checked the specs on my laptop. I have an USB 3.1 gen 1 port. If I get a Gen 2 cable, I know it will work with this port, but will it work better than gen 1 considering the port is only gen 1. I also have 2xusb Thunderbold, but my understanding is the gen 2 cable will not make a difference on these ports either.Basically I want to know if a gen 2 cable will charge my laptop quicker, but I don't think this is the case, I think it will only make a difference in terms of transfers. Thanks a lot!This is the cable was suggested to me and I am thinking to place an order tonight, as I did not come across anything better, but I do have some reservations with regards to the brand:https://www.amazon.co.uk/USB-Nimaso-Charging-MacBook-ChromeBook-Black-Grey/dp/B07QPNRGYH/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&psc=1&ref_=ox_sc_saved_image_4&smid=A2P65N706A9FKI


I can’t remember the ins and outs of gen 2 but I’m pretty sure it’s data speed-related only. So I doubt it’ll charge your laptop quicker but can’t hurt to get one if the opportunity arises.
@sheffield788

This might offer some useful insight into the confusing world of USB 3.1

tomshardware.com/news/difference-between-usb-3.1-gen1-usb-3.1-gen2,36941.html

“The difference between USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB Gen 2 is as simple as this: Gen 1 offers 5Gbps speeds, whereas Gen 2 offers 10Gbps. Seriously, that’s it.”

Received an email today from Anker where they mention a Powerline USB-C to DC cable coming soon.


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Edited by: "cheekster" 14th Mar
cheekster10/03/2020 15:38

@sheffield788 This might offer some useful insight into the confusing …@sheffield788 This might offer some useful insight into the confusing world of USB 3.1tomshardware.com/news/difference-between-usb-3.1-gen1-usb-3.1-gen2,36941.html“The difference between USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB Gen 2 is as simple as this: Gen 1 offers 5Gbps speeds, whereas Gen 2 offers 10Gbps. Seriously, that’s it.”Receive an email today from Anker where they mention a Powerline USB-C to DC cable coming soon.[Image]


Received that email too, sounds good. Thanks for all your info, I will get tonight the cable you mentioned, seems good. I did some research and concluded the gen 2 is better for transfers, was trying to figure out if it charges faster too, but cannot see that info anywhere, so I guess the one you've mentioned is more than enough, thanks.
Received mine today, it's so small and neat. That's it, I will not use the original brick for my laptop. The only issue I have is the charger is white, the cable I will order is grey, the laptop is burgundy and the carry case is black. I need a yellow power bank and I will have a rainbow pack .
@sheffield788 - please would you mind testing how long the 61W USB-C charger takes to charge your laptop compared to the stock brick adapter? I’d expect it isn’t as fast but so long as it isn’t 2-3 times slower I could live with that over the smaller size and much cheaper price tag!

Thanks.
cheekster10/03/2020 20:58

@sheffield788 - please would you mind testing how long the 61W USB-C …@sheffield788 - please would you mind testing how long the 61W USB-C charger takes to charge your laptop compared to the stock brick adapter? I’d expect it isn’t as fast but so long as it isn’t 2-3 times slower I could live with that over the smaller size and much cheaper price tag!Thanks.


I will but by the time I will do it, you may miss the Ravpower deal. Dont have usb c to c cable, I have to order the cable first, which I will do tonight, also to drain the laptop battery as it is at 100% now. I will have to check with its own charger how long does it takes too, as I do not have a clue . The reason I do not know is I only had the laptop for a month and I always left it to charge over night. I will try, but better get it now if you're interested, it will take 3-4 days until I can test it. My laptop charger is 65w, this one is 61w, I am expecting to take only a few minutes longer. You can always return it if not what you want.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 10th Mar
You may find some of the info in the below link interesting. What a rabbit hole USB 3.1/3.2 has become!

tomshardware.com/news/usb-31-usb-type-c-refresher,29933.html

My Ultrabook power brick is 130w, hence my reservation at this point as to whether I need to purchase a more powerful USB-C with Power Delivery wall charger?
Edited by: "cheekster" 10th Mar
sheffield78809/03/2020 12:48

Does anyone knows if any usb c to c cable will work on this to charge an …Does anyone knows if any usb c to c cable will work on this to charge an ultra book? Are there any 'PD' cables out there or a normal one will work.Have not checked yet, but I think i can't take off the cable from my Asus Zenbook charger to use it with this. Thanks!


To answer one of your original questions...


Just because a device or cable supports USB-C does necessarily mean it also supports USB PD. So, you’ll need to make sure that the devices and cables you buy support both USB-C and USB PD.
cheekster10/03/2020 20:58

@sheffield788 - please would you mind testing how long the 61W USB-C …@sheffield788 - please would you mind testing how long the 61W USB-C charger takes to charge your laptop compared to the stock brick adapter? I’d expect it isn’t as fast but so long as it isn’t 2-3 times slower I could live with that over the smaller size and much cheaper price tag!Thanks.


Didn't forget about you, I've charged it with the original brick, 65w, took 2 hours 10 min. I'm at 20% battery now, once it drains, I will test it with the Ravpower.
I've tested my Samsung phone fast charge and more or less it takes the same time as with the original Samsung charger, 1.5h.

I've used the RAV charger + a similar cable you suggested to me but decided to pay £13 for it, as it was Gen 2, so better with transfers. Still no clue if a gen 2 charges faster, but I felt is worth paying more for faster transfer. Shortly after I've got it, I realised my portable SSD WD HD has a gen 2 cable, so basically wasted money, at least it's a long cable.
sheffield78814/03/2020 11:44

Didn't forget about you, I've charged it with the original brick, 65w, …Didn't forget about you, I've charged it with the original brick, 65w, took 2 hours 10 min. I'm at 20% battery now, once it drains, I will test it with the Ravpower.I've tested my Samsung phone fast charge and more or less it takes the same time as with the original Samsung charger, 1.5h.I've used the RAV charger + a similar cable you suggested to me but decided to pay £13 for it, as it was Gen 2, so better with transfers. Still no clue if a gen 2 charges faster, but I felt is worth paying more for faster transfer. Shortly after I've got it, I realised my portable SSD WD HD has a gen 2 cable, so basically wasted money, at least it's a long cable.


The only Nimaso USB-C Power Delivery cable on Amazon that I can see for ~£13 is an USB-C to HDMI cable.


The difference between USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB Gen 2 is as simple as this: Gen 1 offers 5Gbps speeds, whereas Gen 2 offers 10Gbps. Seriously, that's it. The USB-IF never intended for the those terms to be used in marketing materials, though.

So, double the maximum capacity of data transfer. No difference to fast charging.

AFAIK there is a Wattage limit on smartphone fast charging depending on the model. That could be 25W (the supplied mains charger from Samsung) or 40W if you purchase the more powerful mains charger that they offer. In such cases, despite having a more powerful third-party mains charger the time it takes to charge your phone won’t be any quicker.
cheekster14/03/2020 11:59

The only Nimaso USB-C Power Delivery cable on Amazon that I can see for …The only Nimaso USB-C Power Delivery cable on Amazon that I can see for ~£13 is an USB-C to HDMI cable.The difference between USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB Gen 2 is as simple as this: Gen 1 offers 5Gbps speeds, whereas Gen 2 offers 10Gbps. Seriously, that's it. The USB-IF never intended for the those terms to be used in marketing materials, though. So, double the maximum capacity of data transfer. No difference to fast charging.AFAIK there is a Wattage limit on smartphone fast charging depending on the model. That could be 25W (the supplied mains charger from Samsung) or 40W if you purchase the more powerful mains charger that they offer. In such cases, despite having a more powerful third-party mains charger the time it takes to charge your phone won’t be any quicker.


Got a Fasgear cable 3.1 gen 2. Mostly for transfers. I was expecting the phone to charge at the same speed or lower, so happy with the cable, as with the original charger and a generic cable was charging slower than the original.

I'm expecting more or less the same charge time for the laptop, I just want to see how much difference a 61w charger makes over a 65w one. I suspect it will only be minutes or the same. I wanted this mainly to get rid of the laptop brick and the fact it works the same with the phone is a bonus, as I will get rid of cables and have the place tidy.

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Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Mar
Does the original 65W brick mains adaptor have a barrel connector or a USB-C one? If the former then I presume it works differently to USB-C Power Delivery?

All of this fast charging business using different systems can be quite a minefield. There are so many variables at play. The devices, be it smartphones or laptops, the mains chargers the cables and the type of charging then the Watts, Volts and Amps.
cheekster14/03/2020 12:16

Does the original 65W brick mains adaptor have a barrel connector or a …Does the original 65W brick mains adaptor have a barrel connector or a USB-C one? If the former then I presume it works differently to USB-C Power Delivery?All of this fast charging business using different systems can be quite a minefield. There are so many variables at play. The devices, be it smartphones or laptops, the mains chargers the cables and the type of charging then the Watts, Volts and Amps.


Did the test. 65w original charger usb c 2h10m. Ravpower 61w + PD cable, 1h55. Quite surprised, I was expected it will take longer than the original to charge. 15 min do not make a big difference in my life, but can't get it why the laptops have to come with a big brick and thick cables, when you can have a small charger and a usb cable.

Happy with the purchase, as I can use only one charger and cable for all my devices now, so my place will be tidy. The fact it charges 10% faster is a bonus. The original is usb c too, but the cable is soldered to the brick, so cannot be used with another charger.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Mar
That is great news. Glad to hear you’re happy with both purchases (USB-C wall charger and Power Delivery cable).

It has been an interesting rabbit hole discovering about these recent new technologies surrounding fast charging.
cheekster14/03/2020 20:42

That is great news. Glad to hear you’re happy with both purchases (USB-C w …That is great news. Glad to hear you’re happy with both purchases (USB-C wall charger and Power Delivery cable).It has been an interesting rabbit hole discovering about these recent new technologies surrounding fast charging.


Yes, even on HUKD you learn new things :). The only thing 'out of ordinary' was the laptop suggested is not charging, as I was not using the original, so I was a bit disappointing thinking I've wasted my money, but it did charge.

Thanks for sending me the link for the cable, it helped me a lot as from that point I started reading about cables so have a better understanding now. The only thing is if I knew my portable HD has a gen 2 cable already, I would have gone for the Gen 1 you suggested, or for a Thunderbird cable, at least would have got better transfer rate. Can see the difference with the 'old' notebook I have, has usb C 3.1 but no Thunderbold, the transfer rate was 3 times better on the new one. Sadly cant use the RAVpower on the old laptop as has a barrel port, however got it from Europe mainland and the 'brick' is not much bigger than the Ravpower and the cable is thin.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Mar
@sheffield788

Remind me again please which brand and model of Ultrabook you have? I wonder whether there is any type of proprietary chip inside the USB-C connector of the supplied brick mains charger? And when that is not detected in a third-party cable then you see a ‘not charging’ warning on-screen?

I think most of us visit HUKD for the deals but I also have learned a great deal reading through the comments within the deal thread also over the years. And not forgetting some of the humour. Priceless!
Edited by: "cheekster" 14th Mar
cheekster14/03/2020 21:22

@sheffield788 Remind me again please which brand and model of Ultrabook …@sheffield788 Remind me again please which brand and model of Ultrabook you have? I wonder whether there is any type of proprietary chip inside the USB-C connector of the supplied brick mains charger? And when that is not detected in a third-party cable then you see a ‘not charging’ warning on-screen?I think most of us visit HUKD for the deals but I also have learned a great deal reading through the comments within the deal thread also over the years. And not forgetting some of the humour. Priceless!



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I can't say much, as I've charged it while it was off, but when I was checking once in a while to see how much was left, it will show me on corner of the screen a message as not charging. However, it was not a proper window open showing me this and stopping me to do anything. Was just a notification on task bar. You could clearly see the battery charging.
Once charged, I've checked in notifications and was suggested 'not charging, use the original charger'. However, it charged.
Yes, some brands use a proprietary chip inside, probably only to make you buy original products.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 15th Mar
sheffield78815/03/2020 09:59

[Image] I can't say much, as I've charged it while it was off, but when I …[Image] I can't say much, as I've charged it while it was off, but when I was checking once in a while to see how much was left, it will show me on corner of the screen a message as not charging. However, it was not a proper window open showing me this and stopping me to do anything. Was just a notification on task bar. You could clearly see the battery charging.Once charged, I've checked in notifications and was suggested 'not charging, use the original charger'. However, it charged.Yes, some brands use a proprietary chip inside, probably only to make you buy original products.



Is this the supplied mains charger:

acadapteruk.com/asu…wcB

Also, do you the ASUS Battery Health Charging software?

asus.com/us/…26/
cheekster15/03/2020 11:30

Is this the supplied mains …Is this the supplied mains charger:https://www.acadapteruk.com/asus-ac-adapters-c-122_68/65w-asus-zenbook-ux391uaeg026t-usbc-typec-charger-ac-adapter-p-208125.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwpLfzBRCRARIsAHuj6qV3t5itmO4WhGO9VXoDWOWw2H-HHYee2MEeTyPsXPqJJUikPE6CbQ4aArQCEALw_wcBAlso, do you the ASUS Battery Health Charging software?https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1032726/


The supplied charger is much bigger, with a brick in between the plug and laptop. This looks more like the charger from the European model I had before, except that one didn't have usb c.

I didnt check on battery health software yet.
cheekster15/03/2020 11:30

Is this the supplied mains …Is this the supplied mains charger:https://www.acadapteruk.com/asus-ac-adapters-c-122_68/65w-asus-zenbook-ux391uaeg026t-usbc-typec-charger-ac-adapter-p-208125.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwpLfzBRCRARIsAHuj6qV3t5itmO4WhGO9VXoDWOWw2H-HHYee2MEeTyPsXPqJJUikPE6CbQ4aArQCEALw_wcBAlso, do you the ASUS Battery Health Charging software?https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1032726/


If you did not get the Ravpower and you still want something similar, Anker is now £21.99:
hotukdeals.com/dea…d=7
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