Satechi launches 108W Pro USB-C PD Charger with Four ports: Price and Availability

Satechi, which is known for its various accessories, introduced the 108W Pro USB-C PD charger at the Consumer Electronic Show 2020 in Las Vegas yesterday.

Satechi 108W Pro

With the latest charger from Satechi, four devices can be charged at the same time, from the 108-watt USB-C power connection for the laptop to the USB-A port for the smartphone.

Satechi packs four ports in the chic aluminum housing, which according to the manufacturer do not share any energy, i.e. no port is supplied with less power just because the other connections are also used. Included is a 90 watt USB-C port for charging a laptop, an 18-watt USB-C port for a tablet and two USB-A ports with a total of 12-watt power to supply smaller devices with power.

The Satechi 108W Pro USB-C PD can charge up to 4 devices simultaneously via two USB Type-C connectors (maximum power 90 W and 18 W) and two USB-A (12 W total). This Satechi charger is capable of charging even the new 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro, although its native adapter has a power of 96 watts.

USB-C PD Charger

The Satechi Pro USB-C PD supports a voltage range of 100 to 240 V. The adapter has been designed for travel and charging multiple electronic devices such as smartphones and laptops.

According to an official statement from Satechi, special attention was paid to safety. The device is durable, as it is made of heat-resistant materials to prevent damage caused by overheating.

The Satechi 108W Pro USB-C PD Desktop Charger is now available to buy on the website for $79.99.

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