If I am not wrong, this is Ugreen’s first travel charger. It even includes a carrying pouch, though I wish it were smaller.
Unlike most travel chargers that default to the USA/JP (Type A) plug and have an adapter to switch to EU and UK, the Ugreen 65W Travel Charger will not be able to plug in without an adapter.
Since it is a travel charger, the packaging includes three plug adapters, USA/JP (Type A), EU (Type C), and UK (Type G).
To release the adapter from the socket, press the release button beside it.
There are three ports on this 65W travel charger, one USB-A and two USB-C.
Since it is a travel charger, it supports 100 – 240V as an input. So you don’t have to worry about the voltages of different countries.
The maximum output of the USB-A port is 22.5 W, which supports 4.5V/5A, 5V/4.5A, 5V/3A, 9V/2A, and 12V/1.5A. For the USB-C ports, the maximum output is 65W and it supports 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, and 20V/3.25A.
Depending on how many ports are in use, your output will defer.
Ugreen 65W Travel Charger is compact, measuring 63 x 63 x 30 (mm) and weighing 189 g. The adapter weighs between 10 g to 20 g.
So if you are looking for a travel charger, you can consider getting the Ugreen 65W Travel Charger. I will be using this charger for my upcoming Japan trip.