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Anker USB Type-C, 5-Port 60W USB Wall Charger Powerport+ with Power Delivery $49.99 Delivered @ Amazon AU


This was popular last time and is a bit cheaper now!

Edit: Not quite the cheapest price as pointed out by O O below but close!


The Anker Advantage: Join the 10 million+ powered by America's leading USB charging brand.
Fast-Charging Technology: USB-C Power Delivery charges USB-C devices, like the new MacBook, at full speed. In the other ports, PowerIQ intelligently recognizes your device and boosts its charging speed, up to 2.4A per port.*
Five Ports: 1 USB-C port with Power Delivery and 4 standard USB ports with PowerIQ allow simultaneous multi-device charging at high speed.
MultiProtect Safety System: Keeps your devices safe with surge protection, temperature control and more advanced safety features.
What You Get: Anker PowerPort+ 5 USB-C with USB Power Delivery, instruction manual, AC cable.

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    Can anyone help me understand if PowerIQ ports fast charges?

    In four ports, Anker's exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies provide the fastest possible charge for any phone or tablet, up to 2.4A per port.* That means even if your device doesn't have USB-C, you can still give it a high-speed charge

    Is that a No?

  • +2 votes

    I can't believe I use to use individual adapters per device.

    Love my Anker.


    I still can't get a definitive answer if whether this device can:
    - Properly charge a MacBook USB-C at 60W or near equivalent
    - Quick charge an iPhone X through either USB-C to Lightning or via PowerIQ USB ports

    Can someone provide detail?

  • +1 vote

    This was popular last time and is a bit cheaper now!

    This was more popular and cheaper then. 😂


    Great price - I was eyeing this off this morning. There is a actually an updated model for this year, but it doesn't seem to be available in Australia. Not sure if it's worth waiting for the newer model though…

    Updated model is called the PowerPort Speed PD5: https://www.anker.com/products/variant/powerport-speed-pd-5/...

    From the FAQ:

    PowerPort Speed PD 5 is a newer product with an upgraded design and integrated circuit (IC), making it more compatible with more devices. Only PowerPort Speed PD 5 has a blue LED indicator.

    "more compatible" and "blue LED indicator"… I can do without the indicator but not sure about the "more compatible" claim…

    • +1 vote

      Pulled from an Amazon review of the PowerPort Speed

      I also asked about the differences between the older aluminum-faced version and this one. The answer I received is that aside from appearances, they are exactly the same. I ended up purchasing both and it seems like the aluminum-faced version does not work with some 3rd party USB-C hubs whereas this one works flawlessly. Looking at charging stats, the aluminum version is read by my MacBook as a 30W charger and this one is read as a 25W charger, so there must be some internal updates between the two.


        Thanks for that - I noticed in another post this older model has RCM certification (whatever that is) from Australia, so perhaps they haven't gone through that process for the newer model yet. To wait for the newer model or not, hmm..

  • +1 vote

    I went with the Aukey in the end for 45W PD.

    This is too slow for me @ 30W max to charge my lappy effectively.


    gah dammit. i bought a RAVpower one for 60 off ebay >_<



    I have tested this on iPhone XS max via USB charging and it’s slower than using an Apple 10w charger


    Anyone bought this recently and can test if the USB-C port charges at 30W (as per spec) or 45W (overspecced) just like the older version?


    Just wondering, I have a surface book 2 so would the ravpower, Aukey or this Anker be the best?



    • +1 vote

      Answered you in the Ravpower post too, but:

      This one has 30W USB-C PD charging,
      The RavPower has 45W USB-C PD charging, and
      The AuKey one has 60W USB-C PD charging.

      The Surface Book 2 can charge at up to 90W, so assuming all three are equally compatible, the AuKey one wins out.


    I've been using one of these for almost 2 years charging my Macbook Pro 15" (2016). Even under load I haven't had any issues. I haven't tried gaming though, I only use it for work. Recommend.

  • -2 votes

    The tronsmart ones are half the price of this.


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