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Cygnett Chargeup Pro 20000mAh USB-C 45W PD Powerbank $84.97 (Was $169.95) Delivered @ Myer

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Myer online has the Cygnett Chargeup Pro 20,000 mAh for $84.97 was $169.95. The rest of the Cygnett line is up to 50% off.

Chadstone has 3 in stock.

They also have 40% off selected Belkin stock.

One thing good about the chargeup pro 20k versus the larger 27k is it can also charge at 12v/3A which is required by some HP laptops as HP implements some sort of charging lock which prevents non-HP chargers to work.

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    Are there any 65W powerbanks that can be used to charge a laptop?

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      ZMI QB823. Picked it up during Kogan sale last year for $19.99, it also features USB hub so you can plug in accessories while charging laptop.

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        Thats the one. Thanks.

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        Interestingly I cannot find the ZMI QB823 in stock anywhere in Australia. Does anyone know why?

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          In that case you can try the Zendure 100W 27,000mAh one. $89 on Kogan with Kogan First.

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      I have a 45w that charges a MacBook.

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    Cygnett has the chargeup pro 27k which can output 60w.

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      Harvey Norman has these @ Gordon.

      Also I found that the OP's posted one does not seem to charge the Galaxy S20+ with Super Fast Charging but the 27k MAH one does.

      Just FYI.

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    Showing out of stock online but still available in store. Chadstone has 3.

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    It’s still listed as available on the Myer eBay store, and is available for click and collect at some stores.

    Combine with monthly $5 eBay Plus voucher or discounted eBay gift cards to get a better deal.

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      Myer has terrible stock update for Ebay. I have had my fair share of Myer Ebay orders that were cancelled 1 week after purchase because they never had stock in the first place (was OOS on Myer site).

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        they had stock, the employees just took them before mailing them out, lol.

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    Just confirming that this 20k model will charge two HP models (Spectre and Elitebook range) which the 27k wouldn't since the 27k lack 12v/3A.

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    Any idea if they can charge MacBook Pro ?

    Thanks

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    Pretty much the same specs on the $49 Anko one at Kmart.

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    Just a quick update on the 27k powerbank. I contacted Cynett support about the 27k not being able to charge at 12v/3A, they suspect that the unit either had old firmware, weird compatibility or is faulty. They organised a replied paid postage to return the 27k (which I purchased from Catch.com.au) and they sent me a replacement unit. Happy to report that the replacement 27k can charge the two HP laptops now.