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ADG 100W 9-in-1 GAN Charger USB-C Power Hub US$84 (~A$114) Delivered @ ADG


Received an email about the discount might be useful for some. Discount applied at checkout. pic

Tech Specs
USB-C1: 100W Max, 5~15V/3A, 20V/5A
USB-C2: 100W Max Hub, USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 5Gbps data transfer
USB-C3: 30W Max, USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 5Gbps data transfer
USB-A: 7.5W Max Hub, USB-A 3.1 Gen1 5Gbps data transfer
HDMI: [email protected],1080p Full HD
Ethernet: RJ45 1000Mbps
Micro SD/SD: UHS-1 with speed up to 104MB/s
Audio & Mic: 3.5 Audio, 96KHz 24bit
Protection: Over-current, Over-voltage, Over-temperature, Short-circuit Protection
Power Input: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 2.4A
Max Power Output: 100W
Product Dimensions: 94 x 76 x30mm
Weight: 210g
Note: Need use USB3.1 USB-C to USB-C 100W/10Gbps cable or USB 4.0 cable for the data hub functions with USB-C2 port.

What You Get
-1 X ADG Power Hub 100W GaN 9-in-1 Charger & Hub
-1 X Universal Adapters EU,UK,AU
-1 X 2m Extension Cable Adapter (Compatible with EU/UK/AU Adapters)
-1 X USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 100W/10G USB-C to USB-C Cable 0.5m
-1 X Travel Pouch

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    Looks very promising, has anyone bought one before? Some people received faulty product though according to the comments on the Indigogo page.

  • +2 votes

    Is it a charger?
    Is it a hub?



    Looks interesting. Any review on it?


        Seems not so promised as per the below comments……

      • +1 vote

        this is not a review, it's a sponsored video. Equivalent to YouTubers telling us how awesome Raid Shadow Legends is

        • +1 vote

          Yep. Fairies Muff. Did post it in a hurry, should have critiqued it.


    7 Days return Policy. Keep another $50 ready in case it stops working after 7 days to send it back to US

  • +3 votes

    I know my desktop PC is probably just as risky… But seeing earphones plugged directly into a device connected to 240v gives me anxiety.

  • +3 votes

    This is one of the only things I've kickstarted(indigogo'd?), I have one.


    You'll need a specific eMark usb-c cable to use HDMI

    There is 3 USB-C charging ports
    100W PD only
    100W PD Hub connector
    30W PD Hub connector

    3.1 USB-A (Data connection to the Hub ports)
    HDMI 2.1
    3.5mm Aux

    I use it with my 16" 2020 MacBook Pro.
    It has a detachable power cable that the alternate heads can snap on to, or you can snap the head to the hub itself

    The AU plug is upside down for some reason meaning the hub extends /up/ against a wall, but this makes the Ethernet, SD & 3.1 more easily used.

    The HDMI works even without AC connected (just tested)

    • +1 vote

      Can you please put some comments on it? Pros vs Cons?

      • +3 votes

        To be honest the only con I've had is that it didn't come with an eMark cable and I had to buy one.

        I've been really pleased with it otherwise, have wanted this exact kind of product ever since my first all USB-C MacBook

        • +1 vote

          Thank you mate. Pull the trigger.

    • +3 votes
    • +1 vote

      I also have one from kickstarter - arrived late last year. Everything is as mrgnarchr said.

      I've used it with macbook air to my TV, and had it with me on a holiday to load micro SD card footage from the goPro. Haven't tried the ethernet yet.

      Pretty happy with it overall.


      How much was it on kickstarter?

      • +1 vote

        I bought mine on Indiegogo last year for USD$69 (ex GST) + USD$10 shipping.

      • +1 vote

        Actually looking at past emails, mine was from Indigogo as well.

        I got the Earlybird $59USD + $10USD shipping (probably +GST at some point). Backed Jun 2020, delivered Feb this yr, so was a fairly long wait and it was just at prototype at the time so had a risk.


    I have one.

    If you draw all the power from it - it does heat up.


    Mine also came with a 'tail' (1.2m AC Power Cable) which means you can put it on the desk if you wanted to

  • +1 vote

    Received today. Tested on my Samsung Fold 2. Hub works well. Will test it with my Surface Book 3 tonight.


      Tested on my Surface Book 3, all works, including HDMI. The only issue is that if I connect my laptop though the USB-C cable (eMark one) to the charger/hub, and connect the portable monitor by another USB-C cable (eMark one) to the charger/hub, the windows 10 will pop up a window saying found an unrecorganised USB device, and the portable monitor will not work. So it means you can't connect your USB-C monitor through this hub, only HDMI.


    Received mine yesterday. HDMI port is so inconsistent. Out of three new laptops; one worked flawlessly, another one flickered every few seconds and occasionally went blank, the other one did not even switch the monitor on.

    Good for a charging device but not a hub.


      Sorry. I should have paid more attention.

      You need to buy an e_mark usbc cable for HDMI to work. It was in the comments. I bought one online, will retest and report here.


        The USB-C cable come with the charger works for HDMI output from the hub for my Surface Book 3.


          I tried SP7 and Dell latitude 74, and got mixed results. Dell xps 13 9310 seemed to work ok though (only tried for a few minutes).

          I'm giving the device the benefit of doubt and waiting for an e-Mark cable as it's the response I got from their support.


    I wouldn't recommended this device at this price.


      Above comment is not valid. I'll need to retest when I receive the e-mark cable.


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