@Lisa_Hrabec Um, not quite the way it would work. This is only USB c output so to charge your phone you would need a USB-C to USB-C cable
I think @Lisa_Hrabec meant type c to 9pin micro USB better known as USB 3.0
This will be perfect for my S9+
I need it for my Google Pixel 2 XL
No, I meant a USB 3.0 port. It looks like a USB 2.0 except that it is blue inside.
What type of phone do you have?
Your USB 3.0 port is actually a USB-A connection high speed. You would need a USB-C to USB-C cable and compatible phone in order to work.
Not true. I have a c-3.1a cable. Charges fine
Never mind. lol. Just saw the post below yours strong text
See you are a Spaz, lol j/k
Thank you @monk3e Matt, that's what I was trying to say
Lol. Honestly that’s the first I’ve seen 3.0. That’s why I was like, no definitely possible, AND my c port in my laptop does NOTHING also. Lol
Congrats on the test. LET ME KNOW! I have an addiction to great sound. I’ve been testing a Bose soundbar, and bass module, for about 2 months. It’s incredible it’s also a $1000 setup!
3.1 I have one.
Nice little poem
Perfect for keeping in my backpack to charge my phone, just in case!
I would give it to my son in college to charge his macbook
Being able to use the same charger for my laptop, phone, and tablet would be insanely rad! Is there going to be a future version with 2 ports in a similarly small form factor?
I want know is this charger use the Navitas GaNFast Power IC chip? Thanks~
I'd use it for my iPhone X, although my macbook charger is 61W vs PD1's 27W... Not compoarable, but great for phones and tablets.