Review: Silicon Power QM15 18W Power Delivery Wall Charger

Power Delivery charging is truly becoming the standard for charging our portable devices. Even Apple has been adopting the USB-C standard and the fast charging that comes with it. That’s because Apple’s Macbook lineup has been using the USB-C port for many years now, the iPad Pro uses a USB-C port which before used the … Full Post

Review: Baseus 65W GaN 3-Port Power Delivery Wall Charger

GaN USB-C Power Delivery wall chargers are a lot more common on the market than they were a few years ago. The reason for this is because there are many more devices that are compatible with the USB-C standard of charging. What’s becoming even more common with these types of chargers that there are quite … Full Post

Review: Hyppr 100W Dynamic GaN Dual Power Delivery Wall Charger

There are many Power Delivery chargers on the market because there are now many Power Delivery compatible devices. If you’re looking to purchase a new laptop, and still use a laptop that uses a DC port for charging, you’re going to find that many modern laptops now use a USB-C Power Delivery port for charging. … Full Post

Review: UGREEN 65W 4-Port USB-C Power Delivery GaN Wall Charger 3C1A

USB-C Power Delivery charging is becoming a lot more common with portable devices that we use than it was just a few years ago. The rapid expansion of USB-C Power Delivery ports for a wide range of devices makes sense because of what the USB-C port is capable of. It can be used as a … Full Post

Review: PowerAdd 18W Power Delivery Mini Wall Charger

Power Delivery chargers come in all sorts of sizes, with different charging power and a different amount of ports. Some of them have a single port, while some Power Delivery chargers have multiple USB-C ports and a few USB-A ports. One of the most common types of Power Delivery chargers on the market are ones … Full Post

Review: Aukey Omnia PA-B2 61W Power Delivery GaN Charger

Power Delivery is a common charging technology, and this is a good thing because it means that you’re able to use a single charger to charge a wide range of devices. The notable part of Power Delivery charging is the power that can be behind a charger and the size of the charger being super … Full Post

Review: Aukey 100W Omnia USB-C Power Delivery GaN Wall Charger

One of the most notable parts of the USB-C port is how it’s able to use Power Delivery charging tech. It’s one of the main reasons why USB-C ports are now used with so many devices on the market because they are practically able to use the same PD charger to charge from. However, laptops … Full Post

Review: Quntis 18W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

  Power Delivery (PD) charging is most relatable to fast charging to Android smartphones, and it makes sense as Android smartphones are the ones that use USB-C ports. However, the iPhone is now USB-C Power Delivery compatible, and you can fast charge the iPhone with an 18W or higher PD charger. That said, the iPhones … Full Post

Review: RAVPower PD Pioneer 90W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

When it comes to third-party Power Delivery wall chargers, most of them just use a single USB-C Power Delivery port. At the same time, the PD port has a 30W charging speed. A 30W charging speed is good, but it’s not the most that you can get from PD charging, and most laptops are not … Full Post

Review: RAVPower PD Pioneer 65W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Power Delivery is one of the most important charging technologies available, and that’s because of how many devices are compatible with the tech. It’s not just smartphones that use it, many laptops use a USB-C PD port for recharging. With the wide range of use of Power Delivery, Power Delivery chargers have become more available, … Full Post