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Anker Atom PD 4 100W 4-Port Type-C PD Charging Station - $137.36 @ Amazon US Delivered Using Shopmate (USD$99/AUD$146 RRP)


First time this Anker 100W charger is on sale, lowest price ever recorded on CamelCamelCamel at 30% discounted on Amazon US - Only 21 hours remaining!

Not shipping directly to Australia via Amazon US and not available on Amazon AU, yet using a remailer such as Auspost Shopmate (which currently has a 20% discount voucher SHOPUSA19 as well for a 20% discount) can be delivered cheaper than the usual RRP. Comes with a US figure 8 cable, so replace with a local AU figure eight cable you have laying around.

  • Amazon normal price: USD $99.99 / AUD $146.51
  • Amazon discounted price: $69.99 / AUD $102.54
  • Shipping (to US address): Free
  • Shopmate costs: $25.25 AUD base shipping rate + $5.45 AUD weight rate, less 20% = AUD $24.56
  • Import Tax: 10% of USD $69.99/AUD $102.55 = AUD $10.255
  • Total (delivered, incl. import taxes: AUD $137.365

Amazon specs:

  • Super Power - Provides an enormous 100W of charging power - enough to charge 2 USB-C laptops and 2 smartphones at the same time. USB-C Output: 5V = 3A / 9V = 3A / 20V = 5A. USB-A Output 5V = 2.4A max per port.
  • High-Speed Charging - Save up to 1 hour of charging time with USB-C Power Delivery and Anker’s world-famous PowerIQ technology for USB-A.
  • Universal Compatibility - Optimized for flawless performance with USB-A and USB-C phones, tablets, laptops, and more, including the 15-inch MacBook Pro, 2018 MacBook Air, and 13-inch Dell XPS.
  • Intelligent Power Allocation - Provides up to 100W of charging power while one device is connected to a USB-C port, or distributes output to up to 4 connected devices. This enables full-speed charging for more devices simultaneously.
  • What You Get - PowerPort Atom PD 4 wall charger, adhesive strip, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.

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    Can this do 45W x 2 through USB-C? Seems pretty damn good


    To my knowledge the USBC PD specifications only specify voltage and maximum amperage at a given voltage. What this means is that all of these are possible as the device producing the draw may fluctuate in what amperage it requests, or will request the maximum it can given what is available to be given. I.e. a device may be capable of drawing 45W over USB-C at say 15V/3A, but can stilll draw less than 3A if the full 3A is not available or if it chooses not to based on battery usage/current percentage charged. Nintendo switch will charge happily over USBC-PD at 15V/2.6A - it is still compatible with the spec even though it will never draw 3A. How the charger prioritises which ports recieve maximum power though I'm not sure.


    specs are impressive.

    Sounds too difficult to order though. If you need a freight forwarder, and pay GST on top just to get an imported product with a US power cable.

    Make sure you buy a USB C-C cable that supports the 100W though. Those are expensive. I think you have to get a TB 40Gbps cable.

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