The Ugreen Nexode 100W Charger is the bigger brother of the Ugreen Nexode 65W Charger that I got a few months ago.
As the name implies, it is a 100W charger, but instead of three ports in the Ugreen Nexode 65W Charger, this charger has four ports: three USB-C ports and one USB-A port.
It retails for S$73.59 on Lazada. After stacking all the vouchers, I got it for about S$60. After buying it, I realized the price would drop to about S$46 during a flash sale. So, if you intend to get it, always buy it during a flash sale unless it is urgent.
Regarding portability, the Ugreen Nexode 65W is more compact and lighter (151 g) since it has a foldable UK 3-pin design. You cannot fold the pins on the Ugreen Nexode 100W.
Weirdly, Ugreen chooses to print the brand name at the bottom of the charger instead of the top, where it is more visible.
It supports all the various charging protocols like PD3.0, PPS, QC4, etc., and has the Singapore Safety Mark.
The maximum output of the first two USB-C ports is 100W, while the third USB-C and USB-A ports are 22.5W.
To me, the Ugreen Nexode 100W is still portable, but it is much heavier at 273 g. I intend to use it at home instead of bringing it around.