The Google Pixel tablet can be a strange device; it’s just another Android tablet from Google, which holds some weight from a flagship brand. The biggest part of the Pixel tablet is how it can be turned into a Google Home because it comes with a dock, which can charge the Pixel tablet at 30W.
So the Pixel tablet specs may not be mind-blowing, but one thing that is more of a letdown is that it doesn’t come with a USB-C charger or a cable in the box. If you want to charge from the USB-C port on the Pixel tablet, you have to provide your charger and cable, and the port charging on the tablet maxes out 18W, too. That’s why I’ve chosen a couple of chargers that would work well for charging your Google Pixel tablet.
UGREEN 20W USB-C Mini Charger
This UGREEN charger is probably the most simple charger that I could recommend for the Pixel tablet, and that’s because it has only a single USB-C port with a 20W Power Delivery charge rate. The charger is inexpensive, and you can fast charge your Pixel tablet. Of course, the main downside, in this case, is that you can only charge a single device at a time.
The charger has only 1-inch dimensions, so it’s easy to take anywhere.
|UGREEN 20W Mini USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger Specs|
|Output||5.0V/3.0A | 9.0V/2.2A | 12.0V~1.67A | 3.3-5.9V/3.0A | 3.3-11.0V/1.8A (20W)|
|Input||100-240V~50/60Hz 500mA Max|
|Size||1.1 x 1.1 x 1.1 inches|
UGREEN 45W Nexode Dual USB-C PD Charger
A more upgraded version of the previous 20W charger I recommended is another UGREEN charger with a 45W max output and two USB-C ports. You can use the total 45W of Power Delivery when charging a single device at a time from either of the two USB-C ports.
When it comes, it comes to charging two devices at the same time, then there is a 20W and 25W split of power. In this case, it doesn’t matter what port you charge your Pixel tablet from because it’ll always be able to fast charge from this UGREEN charger; however, if you want to make sure that the device you’re charging is receiving the fast 25W, you should plug that device in first.
In terms of portability, this charger is small, and it uses a foldable plug.
|UGREEN Nexode 45W Power Delivery Wall Charger Specs|
|USB-C 1 | USB-C 2||5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 20V/2.25A, 45W Max. PPS: 3.3-11V/4.05A|
|Dual USB-C Charging||Dual Ports - C1+C2：PD25W+PD20W/ PD20W+PD25W|
|Input||100-240V ~ 50/60Hz 1.2A Max|
|Size||1.56 x 1.56 x1.94 inches|
MOMAX 100W 4 Port PD Desktop Charger
Charging other devices while you fast charge your Pixel tablet may be a good choice, so I recommend this MOMAX 100W desktop charger with four ports. The charger has a 100W max output, and you can use the total 100W if you’re charging a single device from USB-C 1 or USB-C 2.
Even when charging from all the ports simultaneously, you can still fast charge your Pixel tablet from the USB-C 1 or USB-C 2, which can be much more convenient than a single port wall charger.
|MOMAX 100W 4 Port Desk USB-C Charging Station Specs|
|USB-C 1 / USB-C 2 Max Output||100W|
|USB-A 1 / USB-A 2 Max Output||22.5W|
|Size||3.1 x 3.1 x 1 inches|
VOLTME 20W 2 Port USB-C Mini Charger
This VOLTME 20W charger is similar to the first UGREEN charger that I recommended because this one has a 20W max output. The difference is that this charger has two USB-C ports, and you can use the full 20W of Power Delivery when charging a single device; when charging two devices, the max output of the charger becomes 15W.
So if you want the option of fast charging your Pixel tablet but also being able to charge two devices with such a mini charger, this one is a good option.
|VOLTME 30W 2 Port USB-C Fast Charger Specs|
|Single port charging||3.3-11V 3A(PPS) / 5V 3A /9V 3A / 12V 2.5A / 15V 2A / 20V 1.5A(30W Max)|
|Dual Charging||15W Max Output|
|Input||100-240V~ 1A 50-60Hz|
|Size||1.7 x 1.4 x 1.3 inches|
Baseus 20,000mAh 65W PD Power Bank
Portable charging can be useful for a tablet and any other device, like a phone or laptop. If you want to charge your Pixel tablet back to full power no matter where you are, this Baseus 20,000mAh power bank is solid because that capacity is enough for many more hours of runtime and not needing a wall charger. The 65W Power Delivery output is also more than fast charging your Pixel tablet and can be used for charging most USB-C laptops.
Review: Baseus 20,000mAh 65W USB-C Power Delivery Power Bank
|Baseus 20,000mAh 65W USB-C Power Delivery Power Bank Specs|
|Single Port Charging||USB-C PD Port: 65W
USB-A Port: 30W
USB-A Port: 30W
|Two Port Charging||USB-C PD Port: 45W
USB-A Port: 18W
USB-A Port: 18W
|Three Port Charging||30W Shared|
|Input||60W via PD Port
18W via Micro-USB input port
|Size||6.06 x 2.55 x 1.06 inches|
iWalk LinkPod Y2 USB-C Mini Power Bank
If you’d like a straightforward power bank for charging your Google Pixel tablet, you can’t get simpler than this iWalk power bank. This LinkPod Y2 power bank has a 4,800mAh capacity, so that you won’t be filling up the entire battery of the Pixel tablet. The reason to get this power bank is because of its small size and simplicity. The power bank only uses a USB-C connector to charge from, and you plug that into the USB-C port on your Pixel tablet.
The 18W Power Delivery output from this power bank can fast charge your Pixel tablet, and recharging is done simply by plugging the USB-C connector directly into a wall charger, or you can use the USB-C port for recharging it.
|iWalk LinkPod USB-C Mini Power Power Bank Specs|
|USB-C PD Output||5V/2.4A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)|
|USB-C Input||5V/2.4A | 9V/2.0A | 12V/1.5A (18W)|
|Size||4.61 x 3.31 x 1.34 inches|