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

10

Power

10.0/10

Design

10.0/10

Build

10.0/10

Pros

  • Has a 100W power output when charging a single device
  • Has a 45W charging speed when charging two devices at the same time
  • Small form factor that does not heat up

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.

The flaw with many Power Delivery wall chargers on the market is that they may use a single port only, or PD chargers that do use two USB-C Power Delivery ports have a set charging speed for their ports. So even if you’re charging two devices at the same time, one port will always be slower.

That’s why we’re here to review this Hyppr Sonic Dual 100W Power Delivery wall charger. The charger has a high power output, and to add to that you get two Power Delivery ports that share the 100W output. Let’s take a closer look.

Power

Output Charging:

The charging speed from this Hyppr Power Delivery wall charger is going to be useful if you’re someone that has a single or two Power Delivery compatible devices. Especially if you have a Power Delivery compatible laptop, and that’s because if you’re using just a single PD port from this charger, you’re able to receive up to 100W of charging power. That’s a lot of power, and a lot more power than most other PD chargers can delivery, as most other brand chargers may deliver only 18W, 30W, 45W, or 60W.

The great part of having 100W of Power Delivery charging available is that it covers a wide spectrum of charging power that allows you to charge other devices. So with a 100W Power Delivery charging speed, you’re able to charge most USB-C PD compatible laptops on the market and not worry about them not charging. You’re able to charge most PD laptops at their max speed by using a single PD port with this wall charger.

Charging speed of the Flex 5 alone.

Another benefit of this Hyppr is its use of Dynamic charging. Since this wall charger has two USB-C Power Delivery ports, if you’re using both of them at the same time, the max 100W power output splits into 45W for each of the ports.

Yes, you get less charging power, but a 45W Power Delivery charging speed is still high and able to charge most USB-C compatible laptops at or near their max power.

We tested this Hyppr PD charger with a Lenovo Flex 5 laptop and a Surface Go tablet. Both of these devices are Power Delivery compatible. We first started to charge the Flex 5 alone, and it was charging from 35W to 40W, which is its max charging speed. Then we started charging the Surface Go along with the Flex 5 laptop, and both of the devices were charging at 35W to 40W, which is both of the device’s max charging speed.

Charging speed of the Flex 5, while also charging the Surface Go.

So the benefit of this Hyppr Power Delivery wall charger is that you’re able to have more power when charging a single device, but you’re able to split that power when charging two devices, and still have enough for fast charging two laptops. This can be helpful if you have a Macbook and your friend has a Macbook or another Power Delivery laptop, so you’re both able to fast charge your laptops at the same time.

Design

Size and Weight:

Since this charger does have a high max output and it uses two USB-C Power Delivery ports, it’s going to be larger than your regular 2-port USB-A wall charger. However, it’s still small and compact, and you can place it into a pocket if needed, but we found just holding it or placing it into a backpack would be the best.

Functional Components:

The wall charger is easy to use, as you only have to unfold the plug and plug it into an AC outlet. It does have a blue LED power light at the front to show that it’s powered. The power light is very dim and you likely won’t notice it in the dark.

Build

Structure and Material:

The build quality of this wall charger is up to there with top brands such as Anker and Aukey. Even though you probably haven’t seen too many PD wall chargers like this Hyppr one, you shouldn’t be worried as the charger has a great build and is not built cheaply.

Tech:

Since the wall charger does have a 100W max output and allows you to charge two devices at the same time, we thought there would be overheating, but there isn’t any. This is likely due to the use of a GaN chip with the charger that allows it to output more power, maintain a small form factor, and keeps things cool.

Reliability

If you’re someone that is looking for a Power Delivery charger to fast charge your smartphone only, then this Hyppr wall charger may be overkill. However, if you’re someone that is looking for a PD charger for their laptop, and also have a smartphone that you can charge via USB-C PD or another device that can charge using Power Delivery, then Hyppr wall charger is a great choice.

There is plenty of power to use, and you can charge two devices at the same time and still have a 45W power output to use.

Summary:

Power:

There is a ton of power to go around with a 100W Power Delivery charging speed available when using a single port, or two 45W Power Delivery ports when using both ports at the same time.

Design:

It is a larger charger than a 2-port USB-A charger, but considering its power capabilities the charger is still small and has a foldable plug for easier portability.

Build:

The charger does not overheat even with its 100W Power Delivery output, likely because of its use of a GaN chip.

Reliability:

The higher the Power Delivery output of a PD charger, the more reliable it is. Since this Hyppr charger has a 100W single port output and a 45W output for each port when both are used, you can charge two PD laptops at their max speed at the same time.

 Hyppr 100W Dynamic GaN Dual Power Delivery Wall Charger Specs
USB-C Power Delivery - Single Port5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 20V/5A (100W)
USB-C Power Delivery - Two Ports5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 20V/2.25A (45W Each Port)
InputAC 100-240V 50 / 60Hz 2.5A Max
Power IndicatorBlue LED
Size2.7 x 2.6 x 1.3 inches
Weight6.95 Ounces

Conclusion:

Dynamic Power Delivery wall chargers are the future because ports should not have a set charging speed as it limits what other devices can charge at. This Hyppr 100W Power Delivery wall charger does a great job of providing a high output whether you’re charging a single device or two devices at the same time.

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  • Futureproof GaN Tech: GaN tech greatly lowers power consumption by a higher energy conversion rate of up to 93%, and together with Pi chip provides up to 100W of charging power to your most high-powered devices in a small but solidly structured body
  • 100W Powerful Output: Powerful enough to fast charge your MacBook Pro 16” in about 2.2 hours*, while bringing stable high-speed charging to other laptops and tablets that rate under or over 100W to save your time. *Data based on internal lab testing. Actual performance may vary
  • Dual Device Fast Charging: Featured with the smart power distribution tech, this 100W GaN charger detects, automatically divides the output to provide optimal power for devices connected, when being capable of charging two laptops simultaneously
  • Universal Compatibility: Two USB C ports support almost all USB-charged devices such as Macbook Pro, with PD & QC charging protocols, from laptops, tablets, and smartphones to game consoles, cameras, etc.
  • Thorough Protection: Boasts all dimensional protection including from overheating, overcurrent, overvoltage & short-circuit issues, keeping charging & recharging pretty safe

1 thought on “Review: Hyppr 100W Dynamic GaN Dual Power Delivery Wall Charger”

  1. is it just a 50/50 split or is it more Dynamic could it give me ~60w (Laptop) and 18w (Phone) like what the 90w Ravpower can do?

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