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2023 Recommend High Power Charger(6 Ports)
GaN PD Fast Charger with 3FT USB C to C Charging Cable Compatible with MacBook Pro/Air, iPad, iPhone 14/14 Pro Max, Galaxy, Pixel, Steam Deck and More
- Take your work efficiency due to charging for 6 devices
- Supplies up to 200W of power
- Full charge a 16-inch MacBook Pro 2021 in just 1.5 hours
- With the latest GaN chipset, 3X faster than orignal
- Advanced GaN & SiC chips improve heat dissipation
- Compatible all USB-C and USB-A devices
- Increases the power conversion rate to 95%
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|Compatible Devices||Compatible with Smartphone, Tablet, and Laptop, such as MacBook Pro 13''/ MacBook Pro 15''/ MacBook Pro 16""/ MacBook Air 13''/ MacBook 12''; iPhone 13/ 13 Mini/ 13 Pro/ 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12/ 12 Mini/ 12 Pro/ 12 Pro Max/ XS/ XS Max/ XR/ X/ 11/ 11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max/ iPhone SE 2020/ 8 Plus/ 8; Samsung Galaxy S21+/ S21/ S21 Ultra/ S21 FE/ S20+/ S20/ S10/ S10e/ S10+/ S9/ S9+/ S8/ S8+/ Note 20/ Note 9/ Note 8/ Z Flip/ Z Fold; Dell XPS 15/ 13; Google Pixel 5/ Pixel 4a/ 4 XL/ 4/ Pixel 3a/ 3a XL/ 3 XL/ 2 XL /2; iPad Pro 12.9''/ iPad Pro 10.5''/ iPad Pro 11''/ iPad Mini Series/ iPad Air Series; AirPods Pro, Nintendo Switch; LG G7/ V30+; Nexus 5X/ 6P, Sony XZ2 Premium, Sony XZ3, and more.Compatible with Smartphone, Tablet, and Laptop|
|Special Feature||Gan fast charger, Power Delivery, PPS Super Fast charger, 200W USB C Charger, 4 USB-C and 2 USB-A PortGan fast charger, Power Delivery, PPS Super Fast charger, 200W USB C Charger, 4 USB-C and 2 USB-A Port|
|Item Weight||1.14 Pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.97 x 3.97 x 1.27 inches|
|Item Weight||1.14 pounds|
|Item model number||40913|
Works great and free’s up outlets for other items needing to actually plug in.
Powerful but small enough to fit perfectly on my desk. Eliminated a number of charging blocks and was able to really organize things. Doesn't get hot, make noise or have any other problematic issues. If I needed one for another spot in the house, Ugreen is the only product I'd buy.
I would like to share this is just what I was looking for it is fast charging its not to bulky and it does a great work with my phones and laptop charging all at the same time I recommend it
The product gave out in one week. I sent it back for a full refund.
I was sent a used desktop usb hub. The box didn't have any plastic wrap and the included usb cable was missing.
Tired of burning out cheaper products. Works great (MacBook Pro Max M2 2023 + phone, tablet, etc.) Will update if I run into any issues.
If you are charging a device and want to listen to audio or video with audio this charger adds static noise to the audio. I have tried many different devices and every single one has static noise when connected. Disconnect the charger and the audio is perfect. MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, Windows tablet, Windows laptop, Roku... all have static when connected to this charger. Completely useless to me.
It is a great product. Charging my iPhone is very fast.
Well, it lasted 8 months. Now it just completely stopped working.
If I could give this charger zero stars I would. I asked the company for a replacement when I told them all three of the units ports would not work. Therefore all six ports do not work simultaneously! False advertisement! Buyer beware! It was not the A port as stated in the description. Way overpriced for all ports to not work! Returned and got my $ back!
It's the best charger I've had so far. Small, and helps me in having my desk organized.
D. Richter & S. Sharp
This is a heavy but it does so much charging and it is very efficient. No longer carry my heavy brick USB C laptop charger, this covers my laptop. So one less thing to carry. No regrets in buying this.
I left the options of all these power forwards, and it looks kind of cool, but the truth is there are smaller devices was just as much power. Other reviewer said that there’s crapped out on them pretty quick, and so did mine don’t waste your time.
M Scott Meekins
Purchased the device during June 2022 and it completely ceased functioning in January 2023, essentially 6 months and a handful of days. Contacted the manufacturer via email (no toll free number for US customers) and we exchanged a few emails to document how I used the device and what type of accessories I charged on the device. They wanted to know specifics about my accessories. This requirement conflicts with the statement on the UGREEN website regarding the UGREEN 200W USB C Desktop Charger, Nexode 6 Ports GaN USB C Charging Station states, charger is "Compatible for all USB-C and USB-A devices'. Regarding my accessories, nothing extravagant, just iPhone, Apple Watch, and a few power banks around 20,000mah or less. The exchanges of emails concluded with a notification from UGREEN that I would receive a complete refund. I thought it was strange that they did not request that I return the device. End of the story, no refund and no responses to my follow up using email communications. Interesting that this charger is now on "fire" sale at 25% discount. Please don't burn your money.
pros: -huge wattage -small size, convenient for the traveling -can charge intel mac (100w) -have a lot of usb sockets, enough to plug in all my gadgets cons: -doesn't support super fast charge for my phone (honor) -have paired usb for one power mode (2x100w, 2x65w, 2x35w) -really heavy despite its small size
Been charging an iPad for 12 hours on high watt port. 4% increase in battery. Will not charge multiple devices at once. Will be returning.
Old and new USB charging hub. Old one is QC 2.0 charger. UGREEN charger is lightyears ahead of charging my devices. I plugged in my Pixel 7 Pro and checked the charging speed. It was over 2400mah/sec speed (Accubattery app). The old charger would max out at 1300mah/sec. Get this if you need speedy charging.
Works as advertised! Like it alot!
Fast charging but it does get very warm
Charges my laptop, tablet, phone, and accessories quickly and has plenty of ports to spare. It has replaced multiple charging hubs and still is portable. The brick feels solid and the cable is good quality from what I can tell. You pay a premium, but it is a premium product.
Can’t imagine life without it. Must have for people running multiple devices!
I placed an order for 2 chargers directly from ugreen.com on Nov 20 but only received one. The one charger I received works great but I have been waiting for 20 days to hear from support regarding the second charger and hence the 1-star rating. 1. Reached out to UGreen support via email on Nov 26 regarding the missing second charger. 2. No response from UGreen support and followed up via email on Dec 2. 3. Received a response from UGreen support on Dec 6 saying that they shipped 2 chargers. I responded the same day giving them tracking details of the 1 charger I received. 4. Again, no response, and I followed up with UGreen support on Dec 12 and Dec 16. So, here I am after 20 days and still waiting for my second charger!
does everything it says it’s supposed to. I like it enough where I bought a second one that always leave in my backpack when I’m traveling.
Suggest if you are buying it for use in another country outside of the US to get local cable which is easy to find. As what is described depending on the number of devices connected, the power will be distributed accordingly, but if you use it for just charging your laptop or MacBook, it charges up to complete very quickly, much faster than using its own charger.
I like the power capability and the fact that it has a cord to connect to outlets which takes up more space but gives you more flexibility to connect all of your devices needing charging.
My PC desk set up is crazy and i needed a way to fast charge multiple devices at a time, so I stuck this in the corner of my desktop and voila! This thing is HEAVY. Ugreen has come to be known as a trusted brand in the peripherals and electronics manufacturing category. This dock is SO serious, i had a brand name one of close comparison on my last set up, and it was also a gew hundred dollars, but this by far has been superior. I think the technology inside is ehat makes this so impressive! But yeah 5/5 absolutely superior product to anything in this price point in every single way
UPDATE (4 MONTHS): THE USB A PORTS ARE NOW DEAD. NOW I NEED A REPLACEMENT. I REGRET GETTING THIS CHARGER. NEXT TIME I WILL GO WITH A BETTER BRAND. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The charger works as advertised. Awesome power delivery to my laptop and super fast charging for my Android phone and tablets. I've had it for 60 days now and here's the rub: 1) The power plug doesn't have the tightest fit into the back of the charger and comes loose A LOT. Very annoying. 2) The charger doesn't have any LED indicators which sucks, BUT because of issue #1, this is just ridiculous because you have no idea at a glance if the power plug has come loose. You have to pay attention to your devices to make sure they are actually charging. This is so irritating that I've considered returning it. Ultimately, my solution to the problem of not knowing was to get the USB cables that indicates charging wattage on the USB C connector. I'm considering just super gluing the damn power cable into the back of the charger to solve the problem with it coming loose. So... this charger. I really love it and I really hate it. My recommendation is that it might be better to wait for UGREEN to come out with a rev 2 of the device.
Charges iPhone and iPad wicked fast. I've gone through a lot of chargers and this is the best I've ever had. Bought 2 more for office and kitchen.
This product obviously was not tested. Does not provide adequate power for an iPhone on low battery and the phone dies with it plugged in if you’re using Bluetooth. The device does not provide continuous power, which could be important for some applications such as display devices or any other device that doesn’t have a battery. The product is not even worth $25 since it’s not UL listed and even less because of all of the functional issues...returning.
This charger has allowed me to slim down and just carry one. It works as expected with only one oddity it seems to recalibrate when you p[lug something new in and power cycle the charging.
Sheryl L. Katz
Solid feeling and well made charger. Does a good job on multiple devices at a time. Reliable
Me impactó el estuche , de lujo, me impresionó, parece un estuche de reloj.
Great charger. If you have to charge two computers, it's OK for travel, though a bit heavy. Great for the desktop. Nice construction, working well.
Great quality product. Charges quick and easy to take with for travel.
I'll start off with the few nits... The obvious is the cost. I bought one of those $40-$50 power/usb-a/c towers. It came broken and it was very obvious how cheap that stuff is. Not to mention it's simply not a PD (power delivery) rated. So spend the extra $$$ and get this one for a solid piece of equipment. Plain and simple and to have something that can power your laptop without having to plug into the wall is really nice and handy. The power cord is not your standard one, it's specifically designed for this item. No concerns about this and the length for me is just fine, however 1-2 ft longer would be really really nice! ------------- I was surprised how nice this was packaged. Well thought out and it ensures a safe delivery of the product. I think a few adjustments can still achieve the same thing with less cost. The main point is you can expect a safe delivery of this product. The thing has some weight to it. This is a very good thing! When on the table top it won't get pushed and stay in-place. Looks sleek and is certainly not an eye sore on an end table. I highly recommend this over all others.
The plug in spot for power and for USB c isn't fitted correctly. The cables constantly unplug, would not recommend buying.
This thing is nice and charge fast! But after two months of use, I notice something of shortcoming or maybe mine is defective? I would charge and found out it's not charging, then I see the power plug in the back IS plugged in, but then I have to wiggled in again to have a proper connection. Other than that, it's a good device, but just frustrated.
It charges all devices at the same time. I would definitely buy again.
I really like this charger. On one part of our kitchen table we charge an iPad, an iPhone (MagSafe), a FitBit watch, and at times, a MacBook Air. This charger can handle everything! The charger is a heavy beast. I was worried I was going to have to double-tape to the end of the table, but that doesn't seem to be necessary. It's not going to move around unless purposefully knocked over. A huge benefit is that the power cord is detachable, and the connection is a standard C5 "Mickey Mouse" connection. I therefore purchased a C5 right-angle adapter, and an 8 foot regular extension cord, which is the exact length we needed. You can see this in my photos. Time will tell how durable this thing is, but right now I'm incredibly pleased. It worked out better than I had expected.
It's great having 4 USB-C charging ports on one charger, along with 2 USB-A ports. The Ugreen has charged everything I've thrown at it. It's impossible to remember the wattage of the individual ports and how they change when multiple ports are in use, but I don't mind too much, since I'm rarely in a hurry to charge up my devices. The unit itself isn't very big, but it weighs a ton. This is not a good travel charger, but it does look nice sitting on a tabletop. The rubber feet and heft keep the charger from sliding around on a flat surface and the long power cord easily reaches power outlets. There are no LED lights on the charger, which is kind of weird. A small, white LED next to each port might have been nice just so you'd know if was working without having to check the device, but at the same time, it looks clean and isn't distracting. The included USB-C cable charges up my USB-C devices fine, though, I use higher quality cables for my more expensive devices as a precaution. All in all, this is a nice charger without any glaring flaws. I'm a little concerned about reliability, but my own experience has been positive so far. The price for the charger is very high, so hopefully it does last a while. I had a similar charger from Anker that failed, was replaced under warranty, and failed again, so if this one fails, I may steer clear of large, multi-port chargers.
I plug in two mac books, as soon as I plug in my ipad pro, the power drops at BOTH the outlets to the laptops. I returned it.
I was a bit skeptical about this charger. I thought to myself, “I can always send it back.” So, I pulled the trigger and prayed it could actually charged the IPad Pro, MacBook Pro 16” my phone, watch and Camera. All at the same time. No single charger has successfully pulled this off to date. I rolled the dice and brought the Ugreen Charger (as my only source of power) on a week long trip. I didn’t drag along any of the individual charger, or any old multicharger that wouldn’t do the job. Fortunately, this thing proved to be a beast. It not only charged all of those devices, it did so just as if I were plugged into their “factory” chargers. So, not only did I cut down on my backpack space, I also didn’t have to deal with the unorganized charger bricks of days gone by. I cannot tell you how happy I am to have pulled the trigger on this guy. It is not the cheapest. But, in this situation, you truly do get what you pay for. I think I’ve also found a perfect Christmas Gift for those special few who live on the higher demand of portable power as I do. If you have the need for power and organization, I would definitely buy this again!
The box has also been opened and contains a cheap charger.
I’ve used plenty of chargers but this is my favorite to date. It has an ample number of ports and plenty of power at 200W. It is really hefty and the cord is of great quality. The nice thing is the removable cord is easy to find in almost any length if it is too short or damaged. Many chargers get bad reviews because many don’t understand max output wattage and charging power distribution. I absolutely appreciate that the manufacturer was so thorough in listing the power distribution on nearly every combination of ports. The pragmatist in me will likely print out the graphic and laminate it to the top. This is very expensive, granted, but it is a monster of a charger and has replaced all of my 2019 MacBook Pro and phone chargers.
Removing clutter from your desk or nightstand is what this charger does best. It charges multiple devices and it does it fast, multiple iPads, iWatch, my phone, some headsets, all charged very quickly without having to have 6 charging blocks plugged into a power strip with 6 different cables strung up. This is a definite mess eliminator and it looks very elegant. About the side of an Apple TV it's easy to make a space for it on your cabinet top or nightstand, but also fits easily onto your work station.
My wife and I have been using this for a few weeks and have had no issues at all. Being in construction I have my work phone, personal phone and work tablet that I charge every night for the next day and having this keeps everything in one place. And So far my wife and I have charged my two android phones, my android tablet her iphone and ipad and the dell computer that the school provides her. Charging all this at the same time over night hasn't been an issue. Everything is at 100% by morning. So overall we love this thing and it has been working very well. I'll update if it stops working.
This is a premium charger that can power my laptop, a monitor, my phone, and my tablet all at the same time, and probably have room to spare. It fast-charges everything I've thrown at it, and has a good selection of ports. Although its really small thanks to GaN, I don't think I'd recommend using it as a portable charger. Its pretty heavy, and the cable for it is quite long. One other thing I like about it is that it doesn't have distracting LEDs on it, and just looks really sleek. The included USB-C cable is great quality, and works just fine for powering my laptop. It does get warm under load, but not terrible. If you have lots of devices to power/charge this is an awesome all-in-one device that looks nice on your desk, although it is pricey.
When you want a good indication of product quality, look at the details. When they don't skimp on the details that don't affect performance, the details that affect reliability and longevity are usually there too. The power cable has very nice molded connectors (nicer than the OEM cable) and *two* branded Velcro straps. The USB cable is branded and has a braided sheath. The rubber feet go in molded bases, so they won't peel off easily. The underside has a scratch-resistant textured finish. Does it charge at 200 watts? I can't tell - I don't have anything that will take that much power. My Dell laptop (Core i7, etc) works with it just fine though, and my Samsung S21 Ultra 5G phone gives a different tone and says "Super Fast Charging". One detail that some people may like and others may not - it's completely dark. No power lights, status indicators, buttons, or anything else. Just plug it in and it works. The only drawback is the price - it's a bit pricey - unless you consider that it can charge your high-end laptop, your high-end phone, your watch, your, well, anything else USB-powered, all at the *same time*.
use to charge my Galaxy tablets, and they charge FAST easy to plug, good tolerances, no issues whatsoever, plug n play well worth the price point... chk your device to know what charger it should have first.... recommended...
The product charges as advertised and it is better than any other charger that I have used. Other chargers have claimed that it will charge the laptop and phone at the same thing and it doesn't work that way. This product charges my laptop, 2 cellphones, and tablet without an issue. Only problem with the charger, the power cord from the outlet to the charger fits loosely in the charger and it slides out when repositioning the charger.
Everything is great about the product but few things that bother 1. Weight : It’s heavy. If you are carrying this in a backpack of laptop sleeve you’d have a arms and shoulder workout 2. Packaging : fancy packaging could be replaced by simple soft box to reduce the cost 3. Power chord : Too thick. Apple can have a 140W charger with slimmest cord, I bet you can too.
This charger appears to do everything it claims and looks cool doing it. The charger has a premium weighty feel to it and the construction is of nice, sturdy plastic. The bottom of the charger has some rubber pieces on each corner so that it doesn’t scrape against the table or ground that it’s placed on. Even the box this charger comes in is super nice, it’s seriously the nicest box I have ever seen. It also comes with a braided usb c cable that seems like it will stay in shape longer than a lot of the rubber ones out there. The power cable for the charger disconnects from the charger which is a good thing, though it is a mickey mouse style plug which isn’t super common so don’t lose it. On the front of the charger there are 6 ports, 4 usb c and 2 usb a, which seems like a good breakdown. On the product page they list all the specifications for the different charging/power rates of each port and they seem accurate. I have a usb c power meter that I used to test the output of a few of the usb c ports, and my laptop was able to draw like 90W from the 100W port (I’m sure it can do the full 100W, but my laptop just can’t charge that fast) and got right near 65W on the 65W port. I also tried it while charging my phone from another port and didn’t see a noticeable drop in power. As far as the price goes, it’s a bit pricey, probably the most expensive charger on the market. That being said it is also the only charger on the market that is this slim, can do 200W with 100W ports, and has 6 total ports. Other 200W chargers are probably going to be kind of bulky or have fewer ports or not be from a reputable company.
It works exactly as advertised. The charger will get very warm when charging multiple high-watt items simultaneously, like two 100watt laptops. For some, it might be considered hot. It didn't ever get hot enough that I could only touch it for a few seconds. When two laptops, two phones, and a light were charging simultaneously, it worked as advertised by changing the delivered wattages to different ports. The unit is very dense, making it seem heavy for its size. The packaging is very nice. It does not use a standard IEC C13 power cord which could be annoying if the original cord is lost or damaged.
Es lo que necesito
200W USB C Desktop Charger: $199.99 at the time of review I have a number of devices (ipad, phone, laptop, etc.) around my home office that run off of rechargeable batteries and as such they need to be plugged in. I was able to put together a nifty little charging station with, of all things, a nice bamboo paper organizer. But I still had a bunch of little wall wart adapters that all of their charging cables plugged into. I’ve been looking for a way to clean up the cable/charger mess underneath for a while now so when I saw this 200w multi-port charger that had a single AC plug, I jumped on it. *What I liked*: This is a really nice full retail giftable package. It comes in a beautiful matte black box with a lift-off lid that reveals the charger underneath. It is really high quality (which I expect at this price range, to be clear). The charger itself also feels very high quality. It has a good weight to it, which is important because otherwise it is easy to yank around if one of the cables plugged into gets yanked. The port selection is perfect. As USB-C becomes more ubiquitous, it will be the primary charging connector. But I like having a couple of USB-A ports for older cables. The maximum wattage of 200w is great. My laptop has a high charging need so this is a good option for me. *What I didn't like*: I do have a couple of issues with this charger though. First of all, to call the power distribution-per-port complicated is an understatement. UGreen does post a couple of diagrams for a better understanding, but man, they’re a doozy. I recommend saving the images (as I did) in case the listing goes away or gets updated. Another slightly less important but slightly more annoying characteristic of this charger is that whenever I plug a new device in, the power delivery to all other devices currently plugged in stops and restarts (presumably due to the smart charge circuitry re-assessing power delivery to each port based on draw versus availability). For all of my Apple devices this means all of the charging chimes ding again. Not a big deal, but if I plug an iPad in at night, the chorus of the chimes will wake up my wife. Lastly, while this is a very nice package, the price is pretty darn high. There are a number of other multi-port GaN chargers on the market that, while they may have 1 or two fewer ports, come at nearly half the price. It is worth noting though that there is currently a $15 off coupon available that helps a little bit. *The Bottom Line:* Overall I’m mostly happy with this charger. I can accommodate all of my devices without needing a whole surge protector’s worth of little charger adapters. It does deliver a good amount of power that is more than enough for my needs, but the cycling issue where all attached devices stop and start charging again is annoying. At the $200 price range, I expect more. The reality is that I consider this charger to be a 3.5 star item, but I can’t give half stars. I believe that it’s better than a three so it’s getting rounded up to a 4. Honestly though, I wouldn’t order it over again at the $200 price range. There are too many other options for less money.
Comes with the best quality USB type C cord I own! I can fast charge my OnePlus 9pro with my Asus Laptop and the iPhone 11 that I keep to have an apple device. All fast charging and I'm usually running some type of light or fan through the splitter as well. It's definitely top quality and premium in every way.
I use this to charge my Macbook Pro, iPhones, Garmin watches, and any other usb devices. It works well with the Mac which was the primary need. It has a very unassuming but elegant look which I like. There is no power light so it's nice for a bedroom setting.
Despite the product's description, there is no 100w usb-c charging cable included with the charger.
If you need a super fast charging device that can handle multiple devices at a time this is a great choice. My first unit didn't work out of the box. The devices that I was trying to charge recognized that a USB device had been connected but nothing was being charged. Took a chance and purchased a second one because this item gets a lot of good reviews. The second unit works great and I received a reply from support that the first unit appears to be defective and I should return it for a refund. I gave the charger an overall score of 4 stars for 2 reasons. 1st it was DOA and I had to go through the trouble of returning the defective unit and 2nd the revew asked about traveling with the unit. It is very heavy. I believe it is much heavier than what my 5 original chargers combined weight was. It is convenient as it is less space and less hassle but if you fly with it then weight in your carry-on is of concern. I have had the replacement unit for only 4 days but it has meet all my requirements. I do recommend this as a multi charger replacement and if you are not worried about the extra weight then this will be a great space saver. I have not yet checked the power consumption compared to the 5 chargers it is replacing but I suspect it will draw more power but I won't bore you with the engineering reasons for my suspicions. Again, if you need a super fast charging device that can handle multiple devices at a time this is a great choice.
I have been waiting for something like this charging station since GaN chargers started becoming a thing in 2019. I think that the technology is especially useful in applications like this where you get a lot of ports and high watt output, packed into a tiny little square shaped device. This has a cable that plugs into the wall, as it is too heavy to plug directly into the wall socket. You also get a 1-meter USB C to C cable that is braided, although I think they should give us at least two cables (considering how many ports are on this thing). There are numerous configurations for how you can use this, but the two top USB C ports (or farthest to the left) can both do 100 watts, simultaneously. You can also get 3x 65w at one time. But I would look at the product page to get the full breakdown, because which ports you use in combo with the others, depends on how much power is available. I have been using this for about a week and have had 3x laptops charging from this, all at the same time and they were all being charged at their full speed. I think this is worth it for people who are committed to USB C and can legitimately use something like this. It really has the potential to clean up a lot of wall sockets, if you have been using different adapters for each device you are charging.
I’ve bought two of these now - one for me and one for my partner. The charging is efficient and extremely quick when charging 3-4 devices utilizing a combination of usb-a and usb-c. And there’s plenty of room for additional devices. It’s replaced all previous wall-wart clutter and rendered other chargers obsolete. It’s a bit pricey, but you have to consider the GaN tech and 200w of charging power. It’s a solid little tank of a device that appears very well-made. Packaging is attractive and on par with other quality products. Additionally, the versatility of having the combination of usb-c and legacy usb-a (so that not ALL your charging cables are obsolete) makes this the perfect charging package. We haven’t tested it for travel yet, but one of these would be the perfect device to handle charging duties for a small family on vacation. And it obviously eliminates the need to keep track of numerous small chargers of varying sizes. Hopefully durability and reliability can match its out-of-the-box functionality! Highly recommended based on initial usage.
I've been looking for a decent desktop solution to keep my charging cable nightmare at bay. But I have been hesitant since the quality of a lot of the charging docks out there is questionable at best. UGREEN has quickly become a trusted name in GAN charging solutions and I already own a 100-watt travel charger by UGREEN, so I was stoked to try this out. I am happy to report that it has been a dream so far. Other reviewers have given lots of helpful details so I won't bore you with specs. Here are a couple notes that I hope will be helpful: ⚡️ NO LED LIGHTS: This was a pleasant surprise! I am that crazy person that goes around covering up all of the various blinking lights on all my chargers because SLEEP!.... so when I fired this bad boy up and there wasn't a single light on the unit I could hardly contain myself. NICE UGREEN! ⚡️ The more CABLES you plug into the charging dock, the less power each device will receive. That is how the unit is designed to work. So only plug in what you plan to use. If you leave a cable plugged into a port, the unit assumes that a device is attached to it and apportions the power accordingly. Literally EVERY PD charger that I own works this way. So don't listen to reviewers that are dinging this unit for this FEATURE. ⚡️ The unit is fairly small... but also fairly heavy. To me that is a positive: it feels very well made. So it may or may not be considered "travel friendly". For my personal use-case, this unit has a permanent home on my desk. ⚡️ Only PD Ports 1 and 2 are rated at 100w. So if you plug into ONLY THOSE TWO PORTS, you will get 100w each. The other two PD ports charge at 65w each. ⚡️ I am typically charging my 2020 MacBook Air M1, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods, and any number of other devices at a given time. The unit charges everything crazy fast and never gets hot to the touch. AND only one outlet required. NOICE. ⚡️ The unit comes with an extra PD 3.0 cable (in addition to the cable that powers the unit). A nice touch. for sure!
Bradley W. Morris
I thought this would eliminate my need to use those little 5V adapters. While it's truly great for most charging, alas, it hasn't worked for all of my needs. Long story short, I'll be using this for charging almost everything I can, except some low-power electronics that won't work with this and require a little 5V charger instead. Here's how my testing went. The quick-charge protocol apparently steadily ramps up the power to reach the higher wattage, so I waited for that to be steady before coming up with an average at the end of the test session for the quick-charge numbers. I used a USB power tester that gives exact numbers—which gives me good peak watt data—but I did some eyeballing on the average power delivery after the ramp-up (so it's not exact). With the 100W port on this 200W charger and its included (presumably 100W) USB-C cable, the power to my 16" MacBook Pro (at under 30% charge through all the tests) ramped up to around 80W with 87W peaks. With the original 96W Apple charger and cable, the peak was the same, but it seems with a slightly higher average toward the end of my test (around 82W). Not a significant difference, except that my Apple charger can only charge one device. When I had devices simultaneously charging in the first three USB-C ports and the first USB-A port, I got a fairly steady 63.7W out of the first USB-C port using a 240W cable. It's fair to call that 65W, so I'd say the listing is accurate. The other ports were low-power electronics, so my measurements weren't that useful for testing the power adapter's limits. It's important to note that I had a couple of very-low-power electronics that would not take a charge from the charger. These were 5V and 1 or 1.5 amp devices (a battery/charging case for a wireless mic + transmitter and a phone gimbal). My small iPhone, very old iPad, and footlong wand light charged just fine.
the product is very well made. works very good. If you are in need of a device of this kind. I would highly recommend this product. Works well with all devices , from smartphones to laptops. It can most certainly handle any charge from all ports.
I bought this fast charger to test out the fast charging of the new iPhone and iPad that I have. The fast charging with the factory provided charger works well and seems pretty quick to get back to a full charge, but the 200W of power allows me to fast charge both devices at once and its impressive how fast it charges. I have seen my iPhone charge to 50% in about 15 minutes and my iPad Pro to about 50% in about 20 minutes. This charger now covers all of my devices and I am very impressed with the performance of this one.
This is a tremendous charger - it can generate enough power to charge two 100W laptops at the same time(!) or even 3 smaller laptops, 2 phones and a smart watch/set of earbuds ALL AT THE SAME TIME. That's just a ludicrous amount of power - 200W in total. Yes, it's also a substantial size and weight - though not much more than some of the bigger wall chargers - but that's a small trade-off for the amount of power you get. It's not designed as a wall charger though, it sits on a desk or table with a cord connecting it to the wall. While that's more practical given the size and weight, it does make it somewhat less portable. Again, a small trade-off in the grand scheme of things. The charger and included power (and USB-C) cables are good quality and seem like they will last for a good amount of use (it uses GaN tech so it doesn't get hot at all even when being pushed). There is the (not small) matter of the price though. It's priced like the premium product that it is - if you need the power it can produce and to charge a number of devices at the same time with as single charger, then it actually ends up being a reasonable price to pay for the functionality you get (and ability to replace multiple other chargers). IF that's the case for you, then this is definitely one to pick up.
This is my second GAN charger from UGREEN. I have another 100w charger that is a compact travel charger with two USB-C ports and it has been my traveling companion for about a year and has performed flawlessly to keep my iPhone, MacBook Pro, and AirPods charged at all times. At home I have a nice wooden box from Pottery Barn that has spots for small devices and little holes for running the charging cables. Previously I had a power strip in there and then a bunch of individual little charging bricks, which was not only a mess, but didn't provide enough power for my laptop when at my deck (forcing me to run yet another cable to the wall). This desktop charger really cleans up my entire desk - I placed it inside the charging station and ran three USB-C cables and two Lightning cables out the front. I can now hook up my 2021 MacBook Pro, my iPhone, AirPods, and other devices such as rechargeable mice and keyboards all to the same neat and tidy little spot. The unit itself is quite heavy, so it sits solidly on the desk. Not sure if they added weight to it, or if that is just the weight of the circuitry, but it feels like a brick of steel when you pick it up. It also sits on four little rubber feet, so it does not slide around the desk and stays put very well. One of the things I REALLY like about UGREEN chargers is that the do NOT have status lights or any other annoying lights on them. Thus you could use this in a bedroom and not be bothered by it. The finish is beautiful, and while darker than the "space gray" of the MacBook, it is still very complimentary and has a nice satin finish to it - very similar to a MacBook. I only have two (minor) complaints about this unit: (1) all the ports are in the front - it would have been nice to have one or two ports on the back for things that are "permanently" connected (such as my MacBook when docked) and (2) the labels on the ports are nearly impossible to read. It is important because ports 1 & 2 are the only 100w ports so you need to be sure you're plugged into the right port if you want full power. One other thing to note is that this is designed to only be used in a "horizontal" orientation, which does take up a bit more desk space.
Very substantial weight. The cord to the device and the one supplied aren't too long. No need for power boxes when I have this. Wish there were more USB and less USBC. Overall? Good product.
Thank you to the charging gods for creating this beast!! I did not know that this type of charger was in existence and where have you been?? Ode to the silence and cries of the the MOOMMM……my IPAD died!!! Or where’s a charger, it is not working then their’s my daughter who sees it charged to 4 % unplugs it and goes to her room then yells out for me and repeat. But besides my therapeutic rant of how much my sanity & quality of life has already improved let me tell you about this magical beauty. It is the smallest compact charger I have ever seen with this much power and boy have we been thru some lightening chargers, high tech stations, and similar chargers to this one, But no where near this impressive capacity!! My daughters ipad pro 12.9 charged at a pace of 1% per a minute and total from 0% to 100% in about a hour and half. This was on a regular usb charger not the lightening one it comes with and normally it takes about 4hours. For as many ipad pros, minis, airs, macbooks, iphones we have along with 2 macs etc, this monster is Aaahhhhh mazing!! The fact that it can charge 6 heavy duty devices at once as fast as it does and it checks the device temps while charging is unheard of. To not have to worry about devices overheating is a nice bonus!! If I could give this product 6 stars I would it certainly deserves more!! Highly recommend this it is a must have for me!!
Summary: This charger neatly realizes the dream of charging all of the technology you travel with. Details: When you unbox this charger you can tell it means business. It is fairly heavy and so serious looking that it does not even have an LED on it. This isn't a toy, this is a tool of charging. I wanted this to serve as my all-in-one travel charger. To do that the charger would need to be able to simultaneously charge: 1) A 13" Dell Laptop 2) A Pixel 5a phone 3) A 10" Amazon Fire tablet 4) A 20,000 mAh usb battery 5) A GoPro 8 Black And it would need to charge all five of these at a reasonable rate (say a minimum of 2 A at 5V). In summary, it can do exactly that! While I did notice a slight decline in the rate of charging (2.5 A to 2 A) on the cellphone and the laptop sometimes--but not always--moved to low-powered charging with all 5 plugged in, it succeeded at charging all of them. Mission accomplished! This will now be the only charger I travel with. That being said, I did observe three minor issues you should be aware of: 1) It's not the fault of the charger, but having five or six USB cables plugged in to anything rapidly creates a mess of cabling that is difficult to sort. The one thing I will say for having multiple separate chargers is that it is a lot easier to keep tidy. 2) The charger is heavy (370g or around 3/4 lb). While that may denote a high degree of quality, it is not ideal if you are traveling remotely light. This is definitely not the charger I would bring for say bicycle touring between hotels. (Of course I probably wouldn't bring a laptop or a large USB battery either, so maybe this point is relatively unimportant.) 3) With five devices plugged in the charger became somewhat hot. Not painfully hot or to the point that I was worried about it starting a fire, but it was hotter than I would really prefer in a device that I will commonly leave unattended. None of these are deal breakers in my mind--I didn't even take off a star for them--because they seem intrinsic to any high-power charger. But given the price of the charger, it is worth considering if they are issues for you. Is it worth $200 though? I think that is a harder question to answer. If you travel a lot and $200 is not a huge sum to you, this does strike me as a great solution to the eternal problem of charging all your things off of the one easily accessible outlet in the room. But you can accomplish the same thing with a handful of chargers and a small power strip. However, this charger is definitely a far more elegant solution and one that I certainly prefer. This will be my travel charger for the foreseeable future. I will report back if I observe any problems, but for now I think this is a good solution to the problem of charging too many devices.
Works as described! Fast charges all of my devices simultaneously! Haven’t had it long but will update if anything changes.
The UGREEN Nexode 200W USB C Desktop Charger is extremely useful when charging several devices or using it when howling a combination of devices (laptops, tablets & phones). This multiport charger is fast, it can deliver power to several devices at once, saving space and outlets. The UGREEN Nexode 200W USB C Desktop Charger is a unit that can deliver 200W of power from two of its USB-C ports or from a combination of its 6 USB ports (4 USB-C ports and 2 USB-A ports). The charger comes with an extension cable that goes between the wall outlet and the charger’s body, so it could be placed on desk near your devices. Also included a braided 3-feet USB-C cable that supports 100W charging. I have several devices, each one with its own charger, which creates a mess in my workspace. The UGREEN Nexode 200W USB C Desktop Charger has replaced all chargers and I placed it in a bamboo charging organizer and could charge my devices (2 laptops [65W/45W], 1 smartphone [20W], 1 powerbank [45W] and 1 tablet [15.5W]) all at once...and it does it fast. The charger did not get hot, just got warm while using at its fullest . The charger was able to deliver 200W from the main two USB-C ports, while charging a gaming laptop and a 100W 26800mAh powerbank. I do not consider this charger a portable travel companion, and that is why I placed in a charging station. But if you travel with several chargers the UGREEN Nexode 200W charger could replace them all while only taking one outlet. The Ugreen it is not a cheap device and it does not feel cheap either. It has a solid plastic body with smoothed out lines and rounded corners and four rubber feet with a nice grip that keep it in place even with several devices plugged. While charging two devices via USB-A, one devices could get disconnected depending on the devices power draw. I would have liked if each USB port was labeled with the charging capability.
I love this product with my new 100 Watt cables that fully charged my 2020 iPad Pro 12.9” and my Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, both under 13% charge, simultaneously in less than 1 hour! No excessive heat to the unit or my cables!
Nice design, works great!
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I am very pleased with this desktop charger from UGREEN... My main usage for this is charging laptops at my home office desk - all of which have a USB-C port for charging. The main computer that this will be used for is my 13" Macbook Pro (M1), while it will see occasional usage charging my Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme Gen 2 (which ships with a 135W power supply with a proprietary Lenovo power connector). On my MBP, the Coconut Battery app correctly reports the power adapter as a 100W when connected to USB-C Ports 1 or 2, and reports 65W when connected to USB-C Ports 3 or 4. The highest rate of charge I have seen it report (using an external USB-C power meter in line with the USB-C cable) is 50 watts (when the laptop battery is nearly dead at 5% remaining). On my Thinkpad, which is VERY picky about power adapters, Windows reports a "slow charger" when I plug it in (to any of the USB-C ports on this UGREEN charger). This is pretty typical for this laptop, though...their USB-C charging implementation just seems flakey - and I have never seen a USB-C charger not report as a slow charger. The highest charge speed I saw with this (again, as measured with my external meter) was around 85 watts - but it bounces around quite a bit. I like the small form factor on this charger, and it lives discreetly under a shelf at the back edge of my desk setup. The included USB-C cable is about 40 inches long, and is plenty for my application. It's an easy 5-star rating from this user...
Like all GaN chargers, this one is heavy and dense. It feels like a block of pig iron. Because of this new technology, they can put a lot of power into a much smaller, denser package. I have a lot of USB chargers, but nothing anywhere near this small than can pump out 200 watts. The packaging and presentation of this device was top-notch. It comes with a very nice USB-C to USB-C cable, instructions, and that's about it. At $200, it is an expensive item, and the great unboxing experience is part of that cost. There are no indicator lights on the unit. If it's charging, you'll have to look at the device being charged to know. I think that's a drawback. I would actually prefer a full display showing how much power is being delivered where, but at least put in a green LED for each port to show that is is supplying current. Anyway, it's a tight, rugged little powerhouse. If you need a lot of charging capacity in a small package, this one delivers.
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