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USB Type-C, Anker Premium 5-Port 60W USB Wall Charger PowerPort+ 5 USB-C with Power Delivery for Apple MacBook, Nexus 5X / 6P and PowerIQ for iPhone, iPad, Samsung & More
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- Fast-Charging Technology: USB-C Power Delivery charges USB-C devices, like the new MacBook, at full speed. In the other ports, PowerIQ intelligently recognizes your device and boosts its charging speed, up to 2.4A per port.*
- Five Ports: 1 USB-C port with Power Delivery and 4 standard USB ports with PowerIQ allow simultaneous multi-device charging at high speed.
- MultiProtect Safety System: Keeps your devices safe with surge protection, temperature control and more advanced safety features.
- What You Get: Anker PowerPort+ 5 USB-C with USB Power Delivery, instruction manual, AC cable, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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- Size (LWH): 4.06 inches, 3.07 inches, 1.1 inches
- Weight: 7.52 ounces
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The Premium 5-Port USB Charging Hub
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
- Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
- 10 million+ happy users and counting
USB-C with Power Delivery
Charges the new MacBook at full 29W speed-almost twice as fast as a standard USB-C charge-leaving you with more time for you.
In four ports, Anker's exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies provide the fastest possible charge for any phone or tablet, up to 2.4A per port.* That means even if your device doesn't have USB-C, you can still give it a high-speed charge.
1 USB-C port with Power Delivery and 4 standard USB ports with PowerIQ allow simultaneous multi-device charging at high speed.
MultiProtect Safety System
Surge protection, temperature control and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.
Premium Aluminum Plate
Ports are embedded in an aluminum plate, giving PowerPort+ a premium look and feel.
- The 2015 / 2016 MacBook can only be charged via a directly connected C-C cable. It will not charge using a MacBook Multiport Adapter.
- To ensure best performance, we strongly recommend charging iPhone, iPad (including iPad Pro) and Lumia 950 via the PowerIQ ports.- USB-C Port does not support USB-C to Lightning cables.
- Not compatible with Samsung Galaxy TabPro S and HP Spectre x2.
Top Customer Reviews
It's unfortunate, but this is not the iPad Pro 29W charger you were looking for.
I have the fully spec'd out 13" macbook pro... 3.3 GHz Intel Core i7, 4 thunderbolt ports, 16gb/ram, 512gb SSD, etc. I plugged this charger in to the Anker PowerLine+ C to C 2.0 cable (6ft) and plugged that in to any of the 4 thunderbolt ports, and it charges my macbook just fine.
Even with a bunch of apps open and the brightness cranked up to 100%, it still kept my macbook fully charged.
Plus, Anker is fantastic -- I have so many of their products (batteries, cables, screen protectors, etc) and any time I've had a problem (which has been few given how many things I've owned of theirs over the years), they're very responsive and easy to work with on a warranty claim.
My main laptop is a Pixel Chromebook 2015. I also have a Nexus 5x phone, and a Pixel C tablet.
Now, normal USB hubs/chargers will charge my Pixel C and Nexus 5x quickly enough for travel use. But for the Pixel Chromebook, I could only "trickle" charge it when it was asleep.
This charger lets me consolidate the number of cables and chargers I need when I'm on the go. The official Google 60W charger is amazing, and can charge my Chromebook from 25% to 100% in about an hour, but it's a largish and one extra thing to throw in your bag. By comparison, this charger is about the same size, has four extra USB A ports, and can do the same charging in about 90 minutes. So, as per Nathan's review, it actually charges a bit faster than the 30W on the box.
The "split PDO" he describes does result in one quirk. When you first plug into the USB PD port, it won't immediately pull out that ideal voltage. But after a few minutes the charger realizes it can pump a bit more juice, and kicks it up. So when you first plug things in you may notice it'll give you a lower/longer charging estimate than you'd expect (for example, in the above scenario, it says it'll take over 2 hours to charge at first). I don't know if that's the same problem the people with Macbooks leaving unsatisfied reviews are experiencing.
Pros: high wattage/amperage output on the single USB PD type C port
Cons: can't do 45W USB PD charging, and does ONLY low speed charging on four USB type A ports; so you're really only going to rapid charge one device with this thing, and on top of that, the device most likely won't have an Apple logo
High quality charger that has a real power cord, not a wall wart / power brick feeding a separate box, so a big plus for it is the fact that it can sit a ways away from your outlet and not block you from using the other plug. I'm not giving it five stars because it's effectively a four port slow charger with one fast port, and I feel they're being slightly disingenuous with the whole "60 watt" headline as it's quite difficult to actually achieve that. Yes, in theory, it will provide 60W of output, but that's across all ports simultaneously, and only if you can mix and match the right combination of devices to achieve that, which, in turn, will result in some devices charging at a rate even slower than normal 2.4A / 5V speeds; I'll explain why below. Additionally, it will not give 'turbo' devices a turbo charge on anything but the USB-C port, and possibly only if the device is capable of USB PD negotiation, so this means certain Samsung devices, and Droid Turbo/Turbo2's, will not turbo charge either way.
Anyway, here's how you get to the 60W total output. You need a USB PD device that draws at either a 15v/2A or 20v/1.5A rate (it also supports 5V/3A and 9V/3A). You need to combine that with either three or four PowerIQ / USB 2 devices running at 5 volts that draw a combination of 6A total because the charger is only capable of 6A total across all the PowerIQ ports, but no more than 2.4A on any given port. So, that being the case, obviously with 6A total power budget available, if you hook up three USB 2 devices that would have normally drawn 2.4A, they're only going to get 2A each, and they're going to charge 17% slower than normal.
Additionally, I want to point out that the highest amperage options available on the USB PD port are 15V / 2A and 20V / 1.5A. Even if you have nothing else plugged into it, it will NOT provide a 15 V / 3A (45 watt) output that certain tablets and ultra portable laptops are able to receive on their USB-C / PD port, so those devices are going to charge 33% slower than the factory charger, if they're even compatible.
Regarding compatibility, and this in no way affects my rating, as anyone owning one of these devices should be smart enough to investigate these things before buying, but this unit will not charge an HP Spectre or Elite X2 tablet due to proprietary digital rights management settings. Similarly, it also seems to have some compatibly issues with Apple products, not that that should come as a surprise; Apple products that charge at a 29W rate will not charge at that rate with this charger; they recently updated the description to mention incompatibility with the USB-C to Lightning cable as well.
So anyway, great charger if you learn and accept the caveats before buying. You can charge at least three 5V devices simultaneously at 2.4-3A if at least one uses the USB-C port, or you can rapid charge one device one USB-C and get standard rates out of the other ports.
I'm attaching a picture showing the power output options it supports on the various ports.