web analytics

100W fast chargers you can buy online

One of the problems we have with mobile devices is that it doesn’t seem to have enough battery. That is easily solvable with a power bank. Nowadays, we have new problems, and that is the mobile device doesn’t charge fast enough or the charger isn’t powerful enough to charge multiple devices. There’s a solution to that, though, and that is getting a 100W fast charger. Here are 100W fast chargers you can buy in Shopee and Lazada.

Author’s note: The prices listed below reflect 7.7 prices and could change after the sale period. The products listed are only those from Shopee Mall and LazMall.

Table of Contents

UGREEN 100W GaN charger

Ugreen 100W • 100W Fast Chargers You Can Buy Online

First up is a 100W GaN fast charger from UGREEN. This one has four ports consisting of 3 USB C ports and a standard USB-A port. Two of those ports are capable of 100W max output, while one USB-C port and USB-A port have 22.5W max output. Not only this is capable of fast-charging flagship smartphones, but also tablets and ultra-thin laptops.

See also  5 Most Expensive, High-End Gaming Laptops You Can Buy Right Now

The UGREEN 100W GaN charger is priced at PHP 2,519 (from PHP 3,999). See listing here.

Baseus 100W GaN charger

Baseus 100W • 100W Fast Chargers You Can Buy Online

Baseus also has a 100W fast charger and this one features two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports. Maximum output is 100W but varies depending on how many devices are connected. If using a single USB-C port, it can output 100W, if all ports are used, one USB-C port can deliver 60W, while the other is at 20W. The USB-A ports, on the other hand, can output 15W each.

The Baseus 100W GaN charger is now priced at PHP 2,230 (from PHP 3,498). See listing here.

Remax RP-U99 100W GaN charger

Remax 100W • 100W Fast Chargers You Can Buy Online

Remax 100W fast charger has two USB-C ports and one USB-A port. The USB-C ports can output a maximum of 100W with single device charging, while the USB-A can output a maximum of 60W with single device charging. When all ports are used, one USB-C port can output 65W max, while the rest can output 24W each.

See also  How to register to Virtual Pag-IBIG?

Realme Philippines

It may not have as many ports as the chargers mentioned above but it’s more affordable at PHP 1,868. See listing here.

Momax OnePlug 100W GaN charger

Momax 100W • 100W Fast Chargers You Can Buy Online

The Momax OnePlug 100W GaN charger has the same configuration as the UGREEN and features three USB-C ports and one USB-A port. The USB-ports support PD 3.0 charging while the USB-A supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. Like the rest of the of chargers, this is capable of charging flagship smartphones and thin notebooks at full speed.

The Momax OnePlug 100W GaN charger is priced at PHP 4,790. See listing here.

Awei PD-19 130W GaN charger

Awei 130W • 100W Fast Chargers You Can Buy Online

If you’re looking for something that can output higher than 100W, you might want to take a look at the Awei PD-19 130W GaN charger. This one has three USB-C ports and one USB-A port. Single device charging maxes at 100W, but when two devices are charging, it can output 100W one one USB-C port and 30W on the other, or 65W on two USB-C ports, which can charge two MacBooks at the same time. When four devices are charging It can output at 65W + 30W + 15W + 15W configuration.

See also  Philippine Bank Charges Compared

The Awei PD-19 130W GaN charger is priced at PHP 2,592 (from PHP 7,000). See listing here.

Awei PD-22 140W GaN charger

Awei 140 • 100W Fast Chargers You Can Buy Online

In case 130W is not enough, Awei also has a 140W charger. However, what it provides in extra power lacks in ports as it only has two USB-C ports. When using either port for single device charging, it can output 140W max. When two devices are charging it can output 92.4W on one port and 42W on the other.

The Awei PD-22 140W GaN charger is priced at PHP 3,552 (from PHP 6,999). See listing here.

And there you have it. Got other 100W fast chargers you can recommend? Let us know in the comments below.

Avatar Of Louie Diangson

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

5 1 vote
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
3 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Beverly
Beverly
30 days ago

Hi, I just wanna know, if its safe or even allow to use these charges on Mid rage or even entry level smart phones?

John Doe
John Doe
Reply to  Beverly
29 days ago

+1

3
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x