The Evri 80W USB-C Charging Station retails for US$74.99 (S$99) and shipping to Singapore is an additional US$8 (S$11).
Evri is the USB-C product range from OneAdaptr.
For those who are unfamiliar, OneAdaptr is also the company behind the popular Flip product which was launched on Kickstarter two years ago. I backed the Flip Quad.
Right now there are three products in the Evri range.
- Evri 80W USB-C Charging Station – US$74.99 (S$99)
- EVRI 45W USB-C Car Charger – US$39.99 (S$53)
- Evri USB-C to USB A Female OTG Cable – US$24.99 (S$33)
EVRI 80W USB-C Charging Station comes with 4 USB-A charging ports and 1 USB-C charging port.
The USB-A ports support Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (QC3) fast charging while the USB-C port supports USB-C Power Delivery (PD) 2.0.
This charging station allows you to charge your USB-C MacBook or MacBook Pro 13″ together with four other USB-A devices.
Technically, you can use it to charge your USB-C MacBook Pro 15″ as well, but it will be slightly slower as it requires 87W of power and this charging station can only produce up to 80W of power.
- Input: AC 100-240V 50 / 60Hz 1.8A
- Output: DC 5-20V 3.5A (Max)
- Power: 80W (Max)
- USB-A: 4 Ports with Qualcomm QC3 Fast Charge
- USB-C: 1 Port with USB-C PD 2.0
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 110 x 98 x 20 (mm)
- Weight: 238 g
- Safty: Over current, over voltage, over temperature and short circuit protection
The default packaging comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable and an interesting cooling rack to rest your charging station vertically so it can cool down faster.
The charging station doesn’t heat up that much when charging my MacBook Pro with other USB devices.
Also, I hid the charging station inside my Bluelounge CableBox, so it is not possible for me to use the cooling rack.