This is the second Ugreen 100W charger after the Ugreen 4-Port PD 100W Charger.
The next item I have from Verbatim is the Verbatim 4-Port PD 100W Charger. It is available in Black and White.
It retails for S$109 on Shopee.
The first Ugreen 100W charger is the Ugreen EU 4-Port PD 100W 3C1A Desktop Smart Charger.
It retails for S$74.99 with free shipping to Singapore. Don’t let the price turn you off, because you can certainly get it at a much lower price as Ugreen always have flash sale for their products. You just have to wait.
Ugreen has two variants to this 65W GaN Triple USB-C Plus USB-A Charger on Lazada.
As the product name sounds, it comes with three USB-C ports that support USB Power Delivery (PD) 3 and one USB-A port that supports Quick Charge (QC) 4.
As the product name sounds, Baseus 65W GaN Dual USB-C Plus USB-A Charger, is a 65W charger that has two USB-C ports and one USB-A port.
There are too many buzz words in the Lazada product title like GaN2 and PD4, which I think are not valid. I have not heard anything on GaN2 or PD4 yet.
I have been waiting for the Ugreen 65W GaN Dual USB-C Charger for a few months now. It has been going in and out of stock pretty quickly.
Ugreen 65W GaN Dual USB-C Charger retails for S$34.19 on Lazada. Shipping to Singapore is S$1.49.
Zendure SuperPort S2 is the latest USB-C charger from Zendure which was launched last week.
It retails for US$31.99 (S$44), and shipping to Singapore is a flat fee of US$15 (S$21).
Choetech 100W GaN Dual USB-C Charger is one of the latest products from Choetech. It retails for US$59.99 (S$86) with free shipping to Singapore.
This dual USB-C charger is powered by GaN, which stands for Gallium nitride. The technology allows the charger to have a smaller footprint by providing higher efficiency in charging. You can read more about GaN in The Verge’s Gallium nitride is the silicon of the future.
HyperJuice 100W GaN USB-C Charger is a 4-port charger that is started from Kickstarter.
The project was successfully funded on 10th December 2019 after raising a total of US$2,200,642 out of their initial goal of US$100,000 from 27,942 backers.