Many charging electronic brands are on the market, and it’s best to go with well-known brands to get top-quality products. Over the years, I’ve reviewed UGREEN chargers, and I have to say they have made a name for themselves and become a leading competitor offering powerful chargers while being less pricy.
The great news is that UGREEN has a pretty heavy sale for three top chargers, two of which I’ve reviewed and can vouch for.
UGREEN Nexode 200W USB C Desktop Charger
This is the ultimate charger; there are no questions about it. This UGREEN 6-port desktop charger has a 200W max output, four USB-C ports, and two USB-A ports. At nearly any point with this charger, you can fast charge nearly any device you plug into it. You can simultaneously use a 100W Power Delivery changing speed from USB-C 1 or USB-C 2 from each port.
Even charging three devices simultaneously from USB-C 1, 2, and 3 will result in a 65W Power Delivery output; this still lets you fast charge three laptops. Pushing this 200W desktop charger to its absolute limit will result in a 65W output from USB-C 1, USB-C 2 and 3 will output 45W, USB-C 4 will output 20W, and the two USB-A ports will share a 20W output. So even if you’re charging about six devices simultaneously with his charger, you’ll still be able to fast charge nearly all of them.
Perhaps the best part of this charger is that it comes in a small size and is easy to set up thanks to its desktop form factor with a power cord. The price for this UGREEN 200W desktop charger has never been lower, and I highly recommend getting it because this may be the only charger you’ll ever need.
UGREEN Nexode 65W USB C Wall Charger – 3 Ports
The best part of current generation chargers is that they use GaN, which allows them to be smaller while still being able to output more power. This 65W UGREEN charger I’ve reviewed performed well, even with its small size. This charger has two USB-C ports and a single USB-A port. If you’re charging a single device from USB-C 1 or USB-C 2, the output will be 65W; while the output from the USB-A port would be 22.5W.
Charging two devices simultaneously from USB-C 1 and USB-C 2 will result in a 45W and 20W split or a 45W and 18W split for the USB-A port. Even when charging three devices simultaneously, the USB-C 1 port can still output 45W, while the USB-C 2 and the USB-A port can output 8.5W.
In my testing, I could fast charge my Lenovo laptop while charging two other phones with this 65W UGREEN charger.
UGREEN Nexode 100W USB C Wall Charger – 3 Ports
Finally, we arrive at the UGREEN 4 port charger with a 100W output. This charger has the best power and portability of nearly any charger I’ve tested. The charger has a wall charger form factor that uses a built-in adapter, thanks to this being a GaN charger that makes it smaller.
You can use the full 100W of Power Delivery if you charge a single device from USB-C 1 or USB-C 2. When charging from all the ports simultaneously, the USB-C 1 port will output 45W, USB-C 2 will output 30W, and the USB-C 3 and the USB-A port will output 10.5W; this ensures that you can fast charge multiple devices at the same time.
If you want an affordable 100W charger, you can take anywhere; this is the one to get.
Since 2016, Usman has flourished as an independent tech journalist, reveling in the evaluation of diverse tech gadgets, with a particular fondness for charging technology to ascertain product performance. Besides his journalistic endeavors, he helms the Charger Harbor YouTube channel, where he extends his tech insights to a broader audience.