I say A, but only if it can provide the same power/ features as D, and eventually come down to the same price point as D as well.
I voted A. I value small, functional things as I do travel and have to squeeze things into small bags. However I'd now only buy a wall charger that has at least one USB C PD port.
Size does matter. The smaller the better.
B. almost as small as A but cheaper.
I personally don't like this trend of getting things smaller and smaller. I remember the old days when chargers used transformers and they were built like bricks and heavy but still it's a charger that always lasted and then again it wasn't that heavy or huge.I believe the bigger it is there's more place to make the heat dissipate better which I assume helps with durability of IC components?. Also there's some sturdiness that bigger case provides and if it's cheaper to make it bigger it's a no brainier for me.
Things getting smaller doesn't always make things better. For reasons you mentioned, and for value. The same functionality but at a worse price because of the 'convenience tax.'
There is a trade-off that I don't believe is equal.
it will be good to have two different line up, one small for traveling, and another bigger/cheaper for the home.
Probably pointless non USA Canada people voting, as won't be available for anyone outside... If it is, it won't be, if via PU/PD
I would love the Size A if it has the quick charge 3 ports.
I think this is gonna be the only time on here, men n woman, will be arguing it's too big and they want it smaller!
Yeah, it make sense! Even only $5 gap.
Good idea, our product manager talked before actually.
It looks a bit like Transformers.
I think most of users already satisfied with the size of Powerport 2
You are a rational consumer!
Yeah, we also have plan to produce some small size power banks too!
It's hard to balance both requirement.
I got you! Hope we will make it!
Since a wall charger will normally be hidden under desk etc, the size of it wouldn't affect my purchase decision too much.I would always go for the cheapest option given it provides the same functionality for half the price of the smaller counterpart.