Belkin BoostCharge Pro 4-Port GaN Desktop Charger 108W (2x USB-C, 2x USB-A) - $80 + $6.99 Delivery (RRP $129) @ Pop Phones Au


Belkin BoostCharge Pro 4-Port GaN Desktop Charger 108W (2x USB-C , 2x USB-A) – White RRP $129

-Charge a MacBook Pro at full speed or fast charge an iPhone and iPad while charging two additional devices at the same time with our 108W 4-Port GaN Charger. This powerful GaN charger is designed to sit on top of a desk, giving you easy access to its 2x USB-C and 2x USB-A ports. It supports a wide range of devices including MacBook, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Samsung, as well as other USB-C smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Features GaN technology which provides high wattage and increased charging efficiency and Intelligent Power Sharing which distributes the most efficient power to your device..

GaN Charging Technology: Features integrated GaN technology for a safe and efficient high wattage charging experience. 108W of combined power to charge up to 4 compatible devices through its 2x USB-C and 2x USB-A ports.
Easy Access to Ports: Say goodbye to hard-to-reach outlets and clumsy cable extensions. Our 4-port charger is designed to sit on top of a desk or nightstand so you can easily access charging ports without crawling on the ground or fumbling behind furniture. Comes with a 2M / 6.6-foot power cord so you can place it directly where you need it.
Charges All Types of Devices: Charge a wide range of laptops, tablets, smartphones, and more including MacBook, Chromebook, other USB-C laptops, iPhone, iPad, Samsung smartphones, Apple Watch, and other compatible devices.
4 Devices, 1 Charger: Our 4-port GaN charger gives you a maximum of 108W power to efficiently charge a laptop and up to three additional devices at the same time. Featuring Intelligent Power Sharing technology that allows it to recognize power needs and distribute output to up to 4 connected devices.

Fast Charge X2
Access up to 96W of power to charge a MacBook Pro from 0-50% in 39 mins* with one USB-C port is in use
When both USB-C ports are in use, fast charge an iPad from 0-50% in 39 mins and an iPhone 13 Pro Max from 0-50% in 21 mins

At a Glance
4-port GaN charger includes 2x USB-C and 2x USB-A ports
Charge up to 4 devices with 108W of total power output
Integrated GaN technology provides a high-power, efficient charge
USB-C PD 3.0 to charge a MacBook Pro from 0-50% in 39 mins* or charge an iPad from 0-50% in 39 mins and iPhone 12 Pro from 0-50% in 26 mins
Intelligent Power Sharing recognizes power needs and distributes proper output to up to 4 devices
Designed to sit on desk and includes a 2M / 6.6-foot power cable
Supports a wide range of devices including laptops, smartphones, tablets, and more from Samsung, Apple, and more

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  • +5

    Whilst this is a great deal, it is also currently $79 at Umart.

    • +1

      Even Amazon has it for $89 shipped next day

      • +2

        Yeah, I brought it in Sept 2023 for $89. It's a good product for my own use case.

        • +1

          Where did you bring it to

    • +2

      Even better
      $72 via here

      Never heard of that store before but there’s a presence in Lidcombe

      • $15 shipping for me :(

        • Turns out this post has a shipping charge unless you spend $80.05 lol

    • +1

      Yeah and then price match at JB and use a perks voucher to get it for $69. That’s what I did last month

  • Is it the UGREEN one is better?

    • Yes, this belkin one is outdated with fewer charging standards.

      • +1

        What is outdated? Keen to hear more.

  • Question. With charger like this, if we connect 4 cables to each port (3 cables with nothing on the other end and 1 connected to a phone), , will it distribute power as it sees 4 are connected or smart enough to see 1??

    • +1

      If I’m understanding the question - there’s nothing connected to the three cables, so there’s nothing to send power to.

    • I think I read somewhere that it does see if it is a USB C to lightening cable for some reason, however other cables are invisible if nothing is connected.

      I have the charger and it works great. I haven't noticed it having the annoying stop and restart when connecting a new device, which is nice too.

      • I have had an issue with chargers thinking an mfi lightning cable is connected to something when it isn't and it reduces the power to my laptop as a result. Never had the issue with standard USB-C though.

        Personally at this point I'd want 3x USB-C ports and 1x USB-A on a device like this. I don't have many devices left which would utilise the USB-A port.

  • +2

    Awesome product! I’m holding out the for new 4 usb c port 200w version.…

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