- 100W USB C Charger, 130W MAX ULTRANET 3-Port Fast Compact Wall Charger for MacBook Pro/Air, Google Pixelbook, ThinkPad, Dell XPS, iPad Pro, Galaxy S22 Ultra, iPhone 13 Pro Max and More
100W USB C Charger, 130W MAX ULTRANET 3-Port Fast Compact Wall Charger for MacBook Pro/Air, Google Pixelbook, ThinkPad, Dell XPS, iPad Pro, Galaxy S22 Ultra, iPhone 13 Pro Max and More
- [The Only Charger You Need] USB-C Charger provides an enormous output of 100W to charging 2 USB-C laptops and 1 smartphones at the same time. With PPS & PD3.0 fast charging protocol, you can charge your laptops, tablets, phones, AirPods etc at the same time.
- [High-Speed Charging] Our USB wall charger supports high-speed charging up to 100W when a single device is connected via USB C port. while using all ports, the usb-c port still can provide up to 65W. It really charges fast and saves time.
- [Compact Travel Charger] Put your old power bricks away，It’s 50% smaller than 61w Macbook charger. Besides, foldable plug design allow it being put in a bag even in your pocket,for easy carrying. It's a ideal convenient charger for your home, office and vacation.
- [Latest GaN Technology] Powered by our ULTRA GaN II+ Technology & PD 3.0, our PPS PD charger is smaller & maximizes charging efficiency with less heat dissipation. 100W PD charger will power up your MacBook Pro 13.3” from 0% to 100% in only 1 hours 40min via a USB-C to USB-C cable with E-Mark chip (Not Included, sold separately).
- [Package Content & 100% Customer Service] ULTRANET 100W 4 Port PD wall Charger, soft travel protecting pouch, User Manual. Plus: You will get no worry-free 2-years warranty and timely lifetime customer service.
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Package Dimensions||6.14 x 4.37 x 1.85 inches|
|Item Weight||13.4 ounces|
|Item model number||CX130U2C001|
|Special Features||Values: |
|Other display features||Wireless|
|Manufacturer||L Lab Corporation (Hui Zhou) Limited|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||April 18, 2022|
|Rating||4 stars and up|
Ratings & Reviews
Reviewed on May 29, 2022
I haven't owned it long enough to write on its longevity, but it's working for the purpose that I bought it for. I can charge a Thunderbolt 3 laptop or a Surface Pro 7 at full speed. Plugging both in at the same time lowers the charging power and speed, but both DO continue to charge. I've charged a laptop, a Surface, a phone, and headphones at the same time and I felt the charge speed was more than adequate. I would imaging that the cables used might make a difference so I will say that the cables that I have been using to charge the laptop and Surface are Anker 333 USB-C to USB-C (6ft, 100W, 2-Pack). I might say that its kind of heavy and gets a little hot when 4 devices are plugged in... if it wasn't replacing a laptop charger, Surface charger, and phone charger! If it continues to last then this charger is amazing and a bargain for under $50.
Reviewed on September 10, 2022
Despite it being one of the cheaper options compared to it's competitors it's still going to cost you a pretty penny for what it can do. Additionally it is very large even with it's foldable plug it's still a huge charger. It's larger than your hand and can't fit in your palm. I'm not saying it's bad or doesn't do what it claims it can do because it can it has 3 ports (2 USB Type C ports and 1 USB Type A port). With the exception of the USB Type A port It can also quick charge your USB Type C devices. It's ultimately up to you whether you think it's worth it or not but in my situation I didn't think that it's pros outweighed it's cons.
Reviewed on August 15, 2022
Stay away from this product. I purchased this to power a USB C hub connected to an iPad primarily for photo editing. When the iPad is fully charged, the charger shuts off and stops providing power to the hub and iPad. Same results without the hub in place. If the charger is cycled, charging is reinstated. The manufacturer does not publish this issue.
Reviewed on July 16, 2022
I wanted to cover 65W laptop and cell phone and this device is very good.
Reviewed on January 12, 2022
Short version: I cannot recommend this wall charger. tl;dr The Good: - lots of power - two types of fast charging - small-ish form factor The Bad: When you connect or disconnect an additional device, the power to *all* the other connected devices is cut momentarily and then restored. Ostensibly, this is for reallocating power across the various ports. Unfortunately, the Li-ion charger for my RC car batteries doesn't turn back on after the quick power cycle and the batteries stop charging. I return a few hours later and the batteries haven't charged. That's pretty annoying, but the truly awful scenario is charging an iPad. When the iPad finishes charging, it stops drawing power. The wall charger then cuts power to all connected devices (including the iPad) and re-senses which ports have devices connected. Since the iPad intelligently stopped drawing power, its port doesn't sense a device and doesn't deliver power. The iPad detects the disconnect and goes into battery-only mode. But then the minimal power from the wall charger is restored (for the purpose of detecting device connections) and the iPad's charging mode is once again activated. A few seconds later, the iPad's battery is again full and it stops drawing power. And the cycle continues, with the iPad (and every other connected device) being effectively unplugged and plugged back in over and over. Oh, and that chime your iPad makes when you plug it in? You guessed it ... it's played on repeat every few seconds. :facepalm:
Reviewed on March 16, 2022
it charges my samsung s20 at super fast charging speeed. With the spigen charger I only get fast charging and they are both 100w usb c chargers this one is noisier with certain devices being charged and gets super hot, but thats normal for a charger this powerful
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