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- Compatibility: MacBook, Tablets, Smartphones, USB-C & USB-A Devices
- Built-in USB-C port & USB-A port
- Up to 8x extra battery
- Recharges Via: USB-C cable
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Crafted from anodized aluminum, the 13400mAh RazorPlatinum is not only the most powerful portable charger in the myCharge lineup but also the only charger capable of powering a laptop. The USB-C port delivers a 36W output and is able to fully charge a MacBook in 100 minutes. Charging any tablet, smartphone or other device via the RazorPlatinum's standard USB-A port. Recharge the RazorPlatinum via the MacBook 29 watt adaptor in just 2 hours.
Top customer reviews
I can confirm that it WILL charge a MacBook Pro 2016. That alone makes this a one of a kind product.
It worked like this for one day. A week later when I tried it again, the USB-C port was dead. It recognized that I plugged a cable into the USB-C port by briefly flashing its lights, but neither the Mac or the Lumia would charge from it, even after switching out for the known-good cable that connects the Apple power supply to the Mac.
I still can charge the Lumia using the USB-A port, but any old brick can do that. Now I have a giant brick with one functional port.