Awesome charger for house full of kids and devices.
Really good, haven’t had any issues at all. All ports work perfectly.
This has a very heavy duty power cord on it and works great.
Varias salidas tanto tipo C y usb A, mis dispositivos lo detectan como quick charge, Muy practicos los contactos adicionales en los lados, El cable de la alimentación es bastante extenso aunque demasiado rigido un poco complicado de manipular. El manual incida que trae un led de encendido, no lo encontre en ninguna parte deo cargador. El apagador en la parte posterior miy util para no tenerlo qie desconectar de la pared.
The Ugreen charging station is great for adding some USB outlets (USB-A and USB-C) to the desk as well as adding some outlets to the desktop so you won't need to fish cables down the back to outlets. The one area that I don't think this product is appropriate that is mentioned is for travel. The charging station is entirely too big and with too long a cord for travel. Normally you would want something small with a shorter cord for travel and this is just too much for putting into the suitcase. This product has it's place but travel isn't it, this is perfect for the desk top.
The main charging block is a little lighhtweigght and it flops around. The power cord is seeimingly heavier than the charging end. Lots of places to plug into the device, just wish it was a bit stouter in construction.
I really like this UGREEN 65W USB C charger.
It has a heavy duty look and feel about it and offers impressive performance. The 6�?cable is thicker than others and offers a substantial grounded 3-prong plug, which is a good safety feature to have. After all, you may be using this in the garage with power tools that have a large draw or a space heater under your desk. It’s OK for up to 1875 watts, but I’d try to avoid that. Having a grounded power supply is important.
You can power up to 7 devices at a time, which is nice. This offers fast charging capability which is great and speeds up the time it takes to charge my iPad vs. a “normal�?20W charger. So if speed is important to you, this should be on your short list.
I feel that this cube, which replaces an older power strip, offers a lot of value, is safe and easy to use, looks nice and works as expected.
Although I’m not a tech-y person, I noticed that there was no mention of the joule protection rating for electric spikes that may occur during a thunderstorm. That would be helpful to know as that would give a better picture of how much your devices would be protected. Still, the ad listing mentions over-voltage and over-current protection, so it must be there.
Recommended and would buy it again
This is a good product. The cable length is satisfyingly long, and the USB-C ports add a lot of value, especially with that becoming the standard more and more, of late.
The only caveat that I've come across -- and it's clearly a very minor one -- is that the power to the USB ports seems to blip off momentarily when you plug in another USB device. I don't think this is nearly problematic enough to deduct any stars, but it's worth commenting upon.
Ugreen products are just awesome. I’m a convert now. If you’re not using Apple chargers or whatever OEM products from your devices manufacture. You should be using Ugreen solutions. They’re built well, they’re aesthetically pleasing and they run to spec.
This little guy is a good solution for a small desk or a one all charger for traveling. I use it to power a 13”MBP M1, to keep a continuous charge on one of my Max iPhone’s and small widget USB timer. I also use the standard plugs to power a light bar, monitor and desk motors. This unit is perfect! It takes up little space and it looks nice sitting there. Ugreen even thought to put tacky rubber footing on the bottom of the unit to keep it from sliding around. There is no ‘hum�?from this unit like there is on some other similar products and the unit doesn’t get overly hot. At this price point, this GaN charger gives you a lot of convenience and piece of mind for the money.
This device charges our phones pretty quickly. The only dislike I have for it is that it is quite big. Definitely not the ideal size for travel, I’m not sure why that’s one of the asks
This item is not just a stand-in for a standard power strip or extension cord. It really shows its value in the charging power it is able to deliver through its USB ports, 65 watts shared among the 4 USB ports. Plenty of power to fast-charge lots of devices. With this, you do not need to buy 4 high-wattage power bricks which together would certainly cost much more than this one charging station. With a regular power strip, you would also struggle to plug in all those power bricks next to each other since high-wattage ones usually block plugs next to them. And most power strips that do have USB ports built-in usually only provide 5 watts of power through them. This charging station brings fast charging in a much less expensive, smaller, and neater package.
One detail that some may not immediately think about but is a big deal: the status light. It is common for power strips and charging stations to have a very bright status light that needlessly lights up your entire bedroom at night. This charging station has a dim, white status light. It is easily distinguishable when you need to see it, but it is not excessively bright. An excellent design choice I wanted to bring attention to.
This item has been a great hub to power my devices. I'm using this charging station to charge/power my phone, smart watch, smart speaker, wireless earbuds, and lamp, and I still have A/C outlets free for whenever I need them. Another use-case I could see this being very useful for is a desk setup. It claims it can deliver over 1800 watts total (and I believe it; the cord is reassuringly thick), so it could easily power a computer and 2 monitors with the A/C outlets and provide DC power for several small devices, and you would only have 1 cord coming off the desk. Great for standing desks.
This charging station is a well-designed implementation of GaN power technology, and would be useful to pretty much anyone. I definitely recommend it.
This thing was a lot bigger than I imagined. The thing is also very solid and the cable is super thick, like my larger power strips. That's assuring as it seems like it can handle the power. I also like that it's a cube and spaces our the plugs to fit larger.
I got it knowing it only had 65W output through the usb cables. I really wished it was able to provide more. I tried it with laptop and phone charging at the same time and it charged the laptop slower. It's still fine but I wished it had a higher output. I guess I can charge the laptop from one of the plugs but left those for other devices.
Update: after a week, this is a well made device and seems to hold up well.
Works very well and charges quickly! Very compact with multiple charger ports it really helped clean up some cord mess on my desk.
This was a great item to get. I needed a device plug-in solution for when my partner was in town, tired of always fighting over who gets to plug in what. This does what I need it to do. Very solidly built and works well.
not a bullfrog.
TL;DR �?USB-C PD PPS charger with a built in power strip. Chonky but might be okay for some who travel. Charges well and backed by a trustworthy company.
I needed a new charger for my phone, one with PPS as my phone supports it. USB-C chargers with PPS support will be more efficient, they will dynamically adjust voltage and current and this will lead to less heat being generated by the circuitry/battery in the phone. Less heat = better battery longevity.
This charger currently works very well for my phone, and is well made. The power cable used is very heavy duty, 14 AWG, and the whole system/power strip can handle a full 1875W load, which is the norm. There is a switch on the side with the cable which enables/disables the USB charging capability, and you can tell it’s on when the LED light is on, see attached photo.
At the moment, I have two USB-C cables and one light plugged into an outlet. When two USB-C cables are plugged in, the device that is first plugged in gets 45W and the second one 20W, so keep that in mind. Also, I would suggest reading up on the outputs/combos so that you know how it actually works.
Also, keep in mind that this is just a power strip. There is NO surge protection on this device, something that they should have added in my opinion. Does it affect the purpose of the product? I don’t think so, but it would have been a nice bonus, though it would have added bulk to the product.
Overall, this does a pretty good job for charging my needs. It is a bit chunky for travel use but it will do well in a home office environment.
This charges my phone and iPad at a good rate.
The design is really cool and the port options are perfect.
Basically I needed a plug to sit by my desk for on-desk power needs and this filled the demand extremely well.
The look of the power box fits in with my desk and the options keep me from resorting to other plugs.
Overall, I'm super happy with this. Definitely something I recommend.
This charger is great for my night stand, it has enough USB c and USB a for various devices. It has a 90 Degree angle on the wall outlet so it fits tightly even if furniture is close to the outlet.
It supports power delivery and fast charges my iphone via MagSafe and through the usbc to lightning. build quality is great too!
I travel for work and purchased this to help with charging the multiple devices that use. The first thing that I noticed is the weight. The item is very heavy. I didn’t think anything of it until a tried to plug it into a hotel wall socket. Heavy use has loosened most of these sockets such that this thing falls out or sits in the socket such that it won’t charge. Same for the extension sockets often provided on hotel nightstands and sockets in lamps, etc.
This charging block is great quality and solid design. It works great, the instructions are clear on how the charging changes based on how many items you have plugged into it. The cable is 6ft long which is great to use for an extension block for your desk.
Really heavy duty feeling. Very weighty with a nice thick long cord. Would highly recommend.
When I first placed this on my desk the weight of the cord lifted the unit off the desk. (See 1st pic). After getting it to sit properly by twisting & bending the cord I charged my 12.9 2nd gen iPad Pro into the USB-C port that was on 18% at 8:36 AM. Within 8 minutes it was at 29%. It took until 10:30 AM to fully charge while partially using it. (See pics). At home I sat it up on my end table, plugged in my wife MacBook Air M1 & it begin to charge it plugging it in to USB-C port. (See pics). Then I plugged in my IPad Pro & iPhone 13 mini in the other 2 ports, all 3 were charging. (See pics). The size is really not that big, it less then 3�?high, 3�?wide & 3�?inches in depth, gas 2 USB, 2 USB-C & 2 3 prong outlets. It also has a turn off switch at the back of the unit. It’s great that you can charge an MacBook Air & IPad Pro without using the power blocks. It’s a bit pricey but it’s worth it for what it can charge & rapidly.
Being able to charge an iPhone, Macbook air, and still have two USBs available for other devices is great. The charger doesn't seem to get very hot which is good. The ac cord is very thick, so no worries using all the ports at the same time. It is bigger than it looks, so one thing to keep in mind. There is a small white led that shows that it is on. Overall, it is a good charger, and is a great way to turn four chargers into one.
Have to say I was greatly surprised at the quality of this charging station. It's pretty beefy (banana included for scale). It's not just a standard brick for charging your usb/usbc devices. It actually has 3 other full spots to charge corded devices and has all the bells and whistles to quickly charge your newer devices. i think it will be great for outside use on the patio even though it recommends indoor use only.
This is an excellent, high-wattage / fast-charge capable charger for the ever increasing number of things which require a USB-C connection.
I used this to clean up my nightstand as this single item replaced 5 others: a power strip, two USB C chargers and 2 USB A chargers
It is powerful enough to charge 2 phones, a macbook air, headset and e-reader and it also has more 110v outlets so I can charge my watch and plug in a lamp as well (and there's still 2 more empty outlets)
The materials and build quality are superb. Definitely a top-tier purchase at the list price, but reasonable compared to the number of chargers it can replace.
I've bought UGreen products before and been happy with them, so I decided to try this out, and I wasn't dissapointed. I was looking for something I could set on my desk to give me extra ports, as well as something to give me fast charging, and this works perfect for me. The 3 AC outlets on the sides are nice to have when I want to plug something in without having to dig behind desk to find an outlet. And the 2 USB-A and 2 USB-C ports work well and it's great to have that fast charging right at my fingertips on my desk.
I tried it with my phone directly plugged into it as well as with a weireless charger plugged into it, and both gave me fast charging.
The only downside I can say is, it's a bit back heavy. The cable to plug it into the wall is pretty thick, and having it on my desk and the thick cable dangling over back of desk, this cube wanted to stick up and do a wheelie from the weight of the cord on the back. I had to move it around and find the right spot where the weight settled just right and it wanted to lay flat on my desk. Once I got it into a good position though, the pads on the bottom of the cube do a good job of not letting it slide around at all, so it's in place and hasn't moved. So now that it's in place, it seems to be stable and good to go.
Overall, I'm very happy with this product. Love having the extra ports and the fast charging.
If you’ve owned other cube shaped power strips before, be aware that this one is a little on the larger side compared to those (I would estimate about 1.5x the size of the typical cube). I think that it’s because of the four USB ports that increases the footprint, slightly. All three of the AC sockets have all three holes for ground, which isn’t the case with the UGreen 100w Diginest Pro, only two of the three sockets have a hole for ground.
Since the maximum output of all USB ports is 65 watts, I’m not really sure if it needed 2x USB A and 2x USB C, but I guess it’s useful since this is I’ll likely go on a desk or nightstand. If you use all four ports together, you can get 30w+20w from the USB C ports and two, standard USB will have a remaining 15w that it can split between those two type A ports. The coolest thing though, is that you won’t need to take up one of the AC ports with your laptop or phone chargers, since it’s built right into the cube. One thing that’s missing is the switch/button that is on the 100w version, it lets you cut power to everything.
I think the design of this looks great, it matches UGreen’s wall chargers if you have one of their chargers from the Gan/Nexode line. Anker Gan Prime chargers also look very similar, and I think both of them match the look of Apple products (which relies heavily on USB C Power Delivery charging).
John M Creamer
We spend a lot of time on our large screened-in back porch, and needed something to charge phones, run a laptop, and sometimes plug in a fan all from one outlet. The power strip we were using finally died, so decided to try something different. Plus, someone else was always using the "fast" charger. This thing has taken care of pretty much all of those needs. No more looking for charging blocks for our phones. I just bought some new USB-C to lightning cables, and they stay out here just for porch charging. In addition, there are 2 USB-A outlets as well as 3 grounded outlets. There is overload protection with a reset switch in case you really work this thing. If you don't mind paying a little more to replace an out of date power strip, I definitely recommend this one.
I was surprised at how large this item is, but it works great.
The Amazon description does not mention that it is PD and QC enabled, but apparently it is. That means that it will charge newer tech equipment at higher voltages (up to 20), which results in a faster charge.
I put it to the test, plugging something into each of its outlets, and it never overheated. It charged a PD-enabled power bank at 12.2 volts, and that voltage did not decrease when I plugged other items in.
I thought maybe this would be convenient for travel, and it may be for some, but its size and weight (just over a pound) and the thick, unruly extension cord make it a little less travel-friendly than I expected.
Still, it's a great tool that merits 5 stars.
This is UGREEN 65W Charging Station, DigiNest Pro USB C Charging Station, 7-in-1 GaN Compact Power Strip with 3 AC Outlets, 4 USB Ports, 6ft Extension Cord, Fast Charging for iPhone 14, Samsung, iPad, MacBook
My experience was good. Get the plug reach plus quality USB power. This is simple to setup, easy to use, works each time, and thus far has been reliable. If you need
I really like that I can plug in my phone charger and my laptop charger (which is a regular two-prong charger, but the port is three-prong) into this small cube. Plus, I can still plug in two more three-prong cords, as well as a USB-C1, a USB-A1, and a USB-A2. Super convenient. The cable that plugs in the charger is very heavy duty. Note you'll need to plug it into a three-prong outlet. Very happy with this.
I have so many small things I’m always having to charge like cat toys etc & it’s nice to have something I can use to charge more than one thing at a time +my cell phone!