I recommend making your device decisions at the same time as your charger decisions.
Some of the asks we see here are ridiculous from an electrical perspective. 100W is going to be a huge lot of heat to put into a small form factor, you're inevitably going to have to have a thin slab type shape to dissipate heat, and if you did that as a wall charger you either have something which falls out of the wall socket or won't work in confined spaces.
You can get close to this via multiple chargers and then use one of them in the wall or use two wall sockets or put them either side of an extension cord which goes in the wall. You then got 3 ways of plugging in.
So I think we're looking at slower chargers which in the wall or full power chargers on the end of cords.
I just spent a couple of hours with some isopropyl alcohol and some q-tips to clean a >2.5 year old Pixel C keyboard... because that tablet's 3A 5V input works well with shipping Anker products in a compact form factor for all of the chargers and Powercore.
Every time I looked at newer devices I hit some kind of power problem. Not a good answer for late 2018, because come 2019 to make a 2016 tablet still work will involve an hairdryer and screwdrivers.