Fast shipping awesome price especially when ugreen has a sale
Works great with my MSI notebook, Samsung phone, Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck, and all my lower-power devices as well. 65W PD + 35W PPS can be finicky, but unlike competitors' products, this one can actually pull it off. Bravo, UGREEN!
Just enough power for all my needs. The one with four charging ports just was too much and more expensive
Honestly very solid, don't have much to say really. The main reason I bought it was to charge my laptop which required at least 65W of power to charge and 100W to sustain usage, and most chargers I had at home apart from my 1 charger included with my laptop didn't have this capability. I scourged the internet for a solution and I came across UGREEN's charger through a YouTube video, and I did more research and ended up making the purchase decision.
Some pros include that its small and compact, and has a great 2 port system that allows me to charge two devices via 100W, very convenient for someone like me who pretty much uses everything type c such as my iPad, phone, earbuds, laptop, etc.
One con that i see with a product like this is the lack of an included cable. It would have been nice to have one bundled in but it wasn't too expensive to buy a cable from UGREEN which is pretty nice quality. Another con is the lack of a USB-A port. I honestly don't think its necessary in this day in age but its a nice to have that isn't present here in this charger.
Do note that due to physical power restraints, if you aren't getting 100W of charge through the block that probably means your charger cable cannot pass through that kind of power and you probably need to get a different cable. THIS DOES NOT MEAN THE CHARGER DOESN'T WORK!
Really super fast charging, it is literally double faster than regular Fast Charging, again, double faster.
BE CAREFUL. MANY chargers will not be recognized by your MacBook after the Monterey 12.4 update. This was the 3rd one I bought and it worked beautifully. I would have purchased the EXPENSIVE Apple OEM one BUT they are OUT OF STOCK for 6-8 weeks due to the chip shortage. The is a viable alternative.
This power brick was on sale and I thought it would be great to pair with my new 14in MacBook Pro. It has far exceeded my expectations! I am able to quick charge my MacBook and my phone at the same time! Of course when both are plugged in they both charge a bit slower but I could not be happier!
This adapter is built very well and charges my Macbook perfectly. I've used this for our basement charging station and while traveling. The prongs fit tightly and the adapter charges fully and quickly just like the original adapter that came with my Macbook. Highly recommended.
I was looking for my "one ring to rule them all" charger and wow, did I find it!
This charger is absolutely fantastic. It charges everything from my 15" Dell XPS laptop, down to my wireless earbuds. It's the only charger I have in my bag now, and it's been so nice to have a streamlined single solution - and one that's so compact!
The charger supports the "PPS" protocol, which means it can charge Samsung devices at full speed. My Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Tab S7 FE both charge at "Super Fast Charging" and "Super Fast Charging 2.0" speeds respectively. Huge bonus as many USB C PD chargers don't support PPS. This was key in making this my one and only charger.
I've verified it provides a full 100w (20v @ 5a) charge to my Dell XPS laptop - which is just short of the max speed of 130w as provided by a Dell branded charger. (Dell limits their devices to 100w when charging from third party equipment, only allowing a 20v @ 6.5a rate on OEM chargers.) Nevertheless - the charge speed is fantastic and even when I'm using both ports to charge my phone and laptop, the charger maintains an output above 60w to the laptop which is above the minimum required.
The charger also provides standard 5v out - meaning I can plug a USB C to Micro USB cable in to charge legacy devices. (Not all USB C chargers support this)
Bang for buck, this is an absolutely fantastic charger. If you're like me, and you've got a heard of USB C devices - you'll be thrilled to have only one charger (that fits in the palm of your hand) to carry around.
On a secondary note, I considered Ugreen first because I've grown to love their braided cables over the years. I recommend picking up some of their braided 100w (5a) cables to go with this charger. I got a 6 and 3 foot cable and they're a great pairing.
Besides some mult-port USB/USB-C chargers, I was also burdened with miscellaneous laptop-specific chargers for other family members' computers including HP, Dell, and Lenovo. Since all could handle USB-C charging, I was looking for a way to consolidate but not limit myself to a single port charging solution.
My 65w Lenovo charger unfortunately didn't work with my HP Zbook X2 so I looked around on Amazon for this one by Ugreen.
So far, it has worked perfectly on all 3 laptop brands and will fast charge a phone as well. The only quirk is that when you connect a second device to charge after having your first device connected, there seems to be a few seconds of power adjustments until things get stabilized. Specifically, you'll hear this as a USB disconnect and reconnect sound in Windows and may see your charging status stop. After a few seconds, both the PC and phone were charging again without issue.
Very happy with this warm, dense brick of a charger that lets me leave my bigger OEM chargers packed away. Will definitely consider another one.
It would have been nice if they included a high-quality cable as well. I know if you want to get the full 100w via USB-C, you'll need a good cable.
The Real Banana
Use it to charge my laptop, phone, tablet. Laptop has charging through it's thunderbolt port, or with it's regular charger. Some don't, and only charge through it's regular charger. Some only charge through USB C. You can find out if this will work with yours in your laptops manual.
This is plenty of power for most non-gaming laptops. For gaming laptops, this works great as long as you're not using this charger while gaming. You'll need more power if gaming, although my last entry level gaming laptop only had a 150 watt charger. So, low settings, frame capped, low-demanding games could probably be played with this charger and not drain the battery, I just haven't tested it. I carry this for web browsing and such, since my regular laptop charger is inconveniently clunky.
It automatically adjusts how much power to charge my phone and tablet with, and keeps the charge at safe levels.
It's only ever felt warm to me. Never had it get really hot.
I absolutely love that I can carry one charger for all my devices. Also this is a good name brand charger. Off brand chargers are really sketchy, and sometimes don't even have basic protection built in. Use no name chargers at a moderately high risk. There are some other name brand chargers out there, I picked this one because I really liked how this one dynamically shares the 100 watts between both ports instead of capping one at 60 watts and the other at 40 watts like some do.