I treated myself to a HyperJuice 100W USB-C Charger A 100W USB-C charging station featuring powerful Gallium nitride (GaN) technology for a noticeably faster, more efficient charge. This wall charger can simultaneously quick charge 2 USB-C and 2 USB-A devices.
I like Hyper’s products and have been using them for several years.
I’m always trying to optimise my travel gear, and this charger promises to charge all of my devices. It offers 2 USB-C PD ports and 2 USB-A which covers my needs in a small package (61 x 85 x 29.2 mm – the size of most credit cards is 53.98 x 85.60 mm).
I was a little dubious regarding the design of its internationalisation adapters. I prefer Apple’s approach in this regard. Their chargers offer different outlet adapters but use a universal C7/C8 connector/inlet. This way, you have the choice to use the adapter, or better, plug in a simple extension cord that can be found anywhere in the world.
In practice, I’m thrilled by its performance. I charged my MacBook Pro 13“ while working on it, an iPad Pro 11“ and a iPhone 11 Pro and it barely got warm to the touch. It still early days, but it sounds promising.
USB-C1+2: 100W Power Delivery 3.0, 5~15V/3A, 20V/5A
USB-A1+2: 18W QC 3.0, 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A 5/10/12W
The not so good
It’s weight on the other hand might be an issue. It weights 204 g and feels dense, compact. So much so, that I would avoid using it plugged into a wall outlet. It’s too long for its weight and might fall out (especially if you are using the built-in prongs). Use it vertically, no problem, or add an extension cord.
The adapters don’t firmly lock/click into the brick either, leaving me wondering if I shouldn’t tape them together.
It depends on your use case. A short 2 pring EURO extension solved my issue. I didn’t tape the adapter as I’m unsure how the tape’s glue will react to the heat (and I hate applying glue to my devices anyway).