Wall Charger: Can You Charge a Laptop With One? Yes, You Can!
In general, you cannot use a phone wall charger to charge a laptop simply because most phone wall chargers do not come with a compatible charging cable for most laptops’ charging ports.
The other reason is that the power of a phone wall charger is relatively low for charging a laptop.
Most phone wall chargers transmit a current of 1A-2A, making them unsuitable for use.
However, there are exceptions.
AUKEY has GaN wall chargers that support fast charging of up to 65W!
Introducing the AUKEY PA-B4 Omnia Duo 65W Dual-Port PD Wall Charger
One AUKEY wall charger that can be used to charge your laptop is the PA-B4 Omnia Duo 65W Dual-Port PD Wall Charger.
Charge faster with smaller, lighter-weight chargers from AUKEY’s Omnia series - the world’s smallest PD chargers ever.
Through industry-leading gallium nitride (GaN) GaNFast technology, enjoy high-powered charging for your smartphone and laptop from a product no bigger than a standard wall charger.
Augmented with AUKEY Dynamic Detect, the USB-C port can output the full power of the charger with 65W Power Delivery when used on its own, enough power to charge a MacBook Pro or similar laptop, and output 45W and 18W Power Delivery respectively when both ports are used together.
The wall charger also allows for three times faster charging.
The wall charger is compatible with a broad range of devices, such as MacBook Pro 13'', Switch, iPhone 11 Pro Max, Google Pixel 4, Samsung Galaxy S10, and more.
Last but not least, the wall charger allows for dual-device charging, where you can charge a USB-C laptop and iPhone together.
Keen to get this wall charger in Singapore? It’s yours for only S$69.90.