PD3.0 100W Output: The charging power of the single type-c PD ports can reach 100W providing the fast charging for devices. Powerful enough to fast charge your MacBook Pro 15” within 2.2 hours also brings stable high-speed charging to other laptops that rate under or over 100W.
Three Devices Fast Charging: Performance-boosting smart power distribution detects & optimizes the power for the connected devices; charge two laptops and phone/power bank simultaneously. Comes with one USB-C to USB-C charging cable with E-Mark chipset.
Advanced GaN+SiC Tech:GaN technology can provide the highest charging speed for 96% of devices. GaN & SiC Tech work in tandem to lower power consumption maximize charging efficiency to provide up to 120W of charging power & shrink the size for a small solid structure. Engineered to completely guard against overheating overcurrent overvoltage & short-circuit issues for a safe performance.
Universal Compatibility: Perfected to work with both PD & QC charging protocols for seamless use with all USB-charged devices such as MacBook Pro/Air iPad Pro iPhone 12/12Mini/12 Pro Max/MagSafe charger/11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/XR/XS/X Pixel Galaxy S9/S8/Nintendo Switch and more. Note: this charger also support 25W/45W fast charging with PPS protocols.
What You Get: Baseus 120W PD GaN USB port+2 Type-C ports wall charger (100w fast charging cable included), User Guide, and 90-Day Money-Back and 18 Months warranty.
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