Traditional chargers are specifically suited to the device they came with. This charger is different. Using the latest USB-C Power Delivery technology it can charge most late model laptops, tablets and phones. Using USB Power Delivery technology the charger automatically selects the most appropriate power output to suit each device and charge them safely. This charger can provide up to 100W of power to high powered devices – the maximum amount supported by the USB Power Delivery standard. The charger is also equipped with USB-A ports to allow charging mobile devices with legacy USB-A charging cables.
When multiple devices are connected, the speed of the 100W charging port is reduced to 65W.
The total charging is as below:
USB-C #1 - Up to 65W
USB-C #2 - Up to 18W
USB-A #1 + USB-A 2 - Up to 17W Combined
65 + 18 +17 = 100W Total Charging
USB-C #2 or a single USB-A port are ideal for fast charging a phone, tablet or earbuds case.
If charging four devices at once, lower power or less important devices should be plugged into the USB-A ports, as they'll share 17W between them.
Ensure you connect the charging cable to a port on the laptop which supports charging.
Certain high-performance laptops can use 100W or more of power when performing demanding tasks. The laptop will charge more rapidly when the processing demand is reduced.
Ensure you use the charging cable supplied with the charger or another 5A (100W) USB-C cable when charging laptops. Most USB-C cables only support charging at up to 3A (60W) or below and won’t allow some laptops to charge at full speed.