Belkin BoostCharge Pro 140W 4-Port GaN Wall Charger has three USB-C ports and one USB-A port that is capable of a maximum output of 140W.
Only one color is available, which is white, and it retails for S$199
If only the top USB-C port is used, it can output 140W, the recommended wattage for charging your MacBook Pro 16″.
Hence, this makes it compatible with USB Power Delivery (PD) 3.1 Extended Power Range (EPR) specifications, where it certifies power up to 240W.
The maximum output is written below the charging port, depending on how many ports are used for charging.
Since I am based in Singapore, the plug is the UK 3-Pin plug (Type G).
You can swap the plug out by pressing the top button, making it travel-friendly.
But I don’t know where to get the other plug types from Belkin. At first, I thought the standard IEC 60320 C7/C8 power cable could fit, but sadly, it doesn’t.
Many logos are at the bottom of the charger, including Singapore’s Safety Mark.
When plugged to a wall outlet, it is quite long. So you need sufficient clearance at the bottom.
The Belkin BoostCharge Pro 140W 4-Port GaN Wall Charger is best paired with the Belkin BoostCharge USB-C to USB-C Cable 240W since both are USB PD 3.1 certified.