Amazon Basics 100W Four-Port GaN Wall Charger with 2 USB-C (100W, 18W) & 2 USB-A Ports (12W) with PD for Laptops, Tablets & Phones (iPhone 15/14/13/12/11/X,iPad,MacPro, Samsung…

(12 customer reviews)


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  • Fast charging: 100-watt combined USB Power Delivery PD 3.0; 2 USB-C ports (65 watt + 18 watt, up to 100W single) and 2 USB-A ports (12 watt each, up to 17 watt single); conveniently charge 2 USB-C enabled devices (including a laptop) and 2 smartphones
  • GaN technology: GaN components waste less power and produce less heat (compared to silicon), which results in a more efficient charge
  • Compact size: small but powerful thanks to innovative GaN technology; design includes a foldable plug for travel-friendly portability
  • Safety features: integrated over-voltage, overheating, and short-circuit protection to keep connected devices safe
  • Output one port: PD 3.0 (USB-C1 Port): 5V ⎓ 3A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 15V ⎓ 3A / 20V ⎓ 5A (Up to 100W); Output four ports: PD 3.0 (USB-C1 Port): 5V ⎓ 3A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 15V ⎓ 3A / 20V ⎓ 3.25A (Up to 65W), PD 3.0 (USB-C2 Port): 5V ⎓ 3A / 9V ⎓ 2A (Up to 18W), USB-A1/A2: 5V ⎓ 3.4A total (12W each, up to 17W)
  • In the box: 4-port USB-C wall charger, user manual, and an Amazon Basics 1-year limited warranty
  • Charging speed varies depending on the device
Product Dimensions

3.17 x 1.16 x 3.15 inches

Item Weight

9 ounces

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Whats in the box

user manual



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Date First Available

December 22, 2020

12 reviews for Amazon Basics 100W Four-Port GaN Wall Charger with 2 USB-C (100W, 18W) & 2 USB-A Ports (12W) with PD for Laptops, Tablets & Phones (iPhone 15/14/13/12/11/X,iPad,MacPro, Samsung…

  1. MJ

    Verily, I hereby present my humble appraisal of the Amazon Basics 65W One-Port GaN USB-C Wall Charger, an exceptional device that hath earned the highest acclaim in my estimation. With great pleasure do I award it a full five stars, for it hath proven itself a formidable companion in the realm of charging.

    First and foremost, let us extol the virtues of its remarkable power. This charger, powered by the mystical energies of GaN, bestows upon it a potency unmatched by its peers. With a glorious output of 65 watts, it hath the ability to infuse life into our devices with astonishing alacrity. My most arduous endeavors to fuel the lustre of my electronic companions have been met with resounding success, for this charger works its wonders with utmost efficiency.

    Furthermore, the USB-C port, a gateway through which the energies of power doth flow, is a marvel to behold. It doth embrace my devices with a firm yet gentle touch, providing a secure connection that imbues them with renewed vitality. The swift charge that ensues doth leave me in awe, as my devices are restored to full vigour in naught but a brief span of time.

    But lo, it is not merely in performance that this charger excels, for its design is one of elegance and practicality. Its compact form doth render it a portable companion, ever ready to accompany me on my sojourns through this mortal realm. It is a charger of noble birth, clad in a coat of sturdy materials that hath proven resistant to the rigours of everyday life.

    In conclusion, I find the Amazon Basics 65W One-Port GaN USB-C Wall Charger to be a paragon of its kind. Its unrivaled power, swift charging, and impeccable design make it a worthy addition to any abode. Verily, it hath served me faithfully, and I am confident it shall continue to do so for many moons to come. Thus, I bestow upon it the highest praise and commendation, awarding it the coveted five stars with great satisfaction.

  2. IllegitimateHumans

    Excelente, calidad y performance

  3. Timilehin Dele-Daramola

    The product’s performance is very reliable. Cute and light in weight.

  4. MJ

    Amazon Basics 68W Two-Port GaN Wall Charger with 1 USB-C and 1 USB-A Port
    My son wanted to carry a single charger for his laptop using USB-C Power Delivery, and other devices via a regular USB-A port. And I wanted the charger to be safety tested (e.g. UL or ETL listed). I have found and bought 3 similar chargers that do this:

    1. Bluefeel USB C Charger PD 45W Charger Power Delivery, model S-TR-141
    (16 Oct 2021 updated the Amazon link; old link was dead; Bluefeel product appears the same but now no reviews are shown)
    (21 Aug 2023, the Bluefeel seems to be gone from Amazon, so for a good and very inexpensive charger look instead at “Cable Matters 72W 4-Port USB C Charger (USB C Wall Charger) with 60W Power Delivery for Laptops…” )
    Pros (compared to the other charger):
    *Economical (only about half the price)

    2. This Amazon Basics 68W Two-Port GaN Wall Charger, model B087MDT515 (availability of this product varies but it is on Amazon as of 21 Aug 2023).
    Pros (compared to other charger):
    *More powerful (rated 60W max if only the USB-C port is used, 3 Amps at 20 Volts)
    *Has an LED that tells you if it’s plugged into a live outlet
    *Made in Vietnam (an advantage if you think we should diversify our suppliers away from that other country we have a huge trade deficit with)

    Both chargers:
    *Are UL listed (for safety)
    *Get only slightly warm to the touch when in use, ~20 degrees F above ambient temperature
    *Can charge a HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 laptop
    *Can charge a HP Elitebook 850 G6 laptop
    *Can charge an Apple MacBook Pro 13″ 2017 model (added to updated review 5 Apr 2021)
    *Are versatile with both USB-A and USB-C charging ports
    *Travel well with a plug that folds flat, and can operate off 100-240 VAC

    Charging the most power-hungry laptop I have, the Elitebook 850 G6 (with a 15″ screen), using a USB power meter in-line I have seen the Bluefeel provide 2.05 A at 20 V (41W, ~5W short of it max rating), and the Basics 68W charge at 2.75 A at 20 V (55W, also 5W short of it’s max rating). In both cases the chargers could recharge a depleted battery while the laptop was in use, though obviously the Basics should be able to recharge it faster with it’s higher power output.

    Note the Elitebook 850 G6 comes with a 65 Watt non-USB charger, but the Bluefeel 45 W USB-C charger was able to power it just fine.

    If you plug into the USB-A port to charge a phone, I’ve seen the Basics 68W USB-C output drop about 0.5 A (~10 W) from 2.75 A to about 2.25 A. This is expected as the back of the charger shows two sets of specs: one for 2 outputs in use, USB C and A, and another spec for only 1 output in use, USB C.

    I recommend all 3 of these chargers. The Cable Matters is the best bargain and has the highest USB-C power rating. The Bluefeel has less power than the other two; it used to be a good bargain but since it seems to be unavailable now you have to look elsewhere. The Amazon Basics 68 W may be better if money is no object and may be slightly better for traveling with it’s folding plug that connects directly to a wall outlet.

    I urge everyone to only buy electronics that plug into the wall if their SAFETY has been tested by a reputable lab, e.g. products that are UL or ETL listed. Any design flaw in something connected to 120 VAC could turn it into a fire hazard.

    I used a USB-C to USB-C 3 Amp (“60 W”) 6′ fast charging cable that I purchased separately.

    21 Aug 2023 bumped up the rating for the BlueFeel and Amazon Basics 68W chargers to 5 stars since my family has 2 Bluefeels and 1 Amazon working fine for over 2 years. P.S. I’m an electrical engineer.

  5. Jack Spencer

    For the most part Amazon Basics is a trustworthy brand. I only remember one Amazon Basics product I’ve purchased which was of poor quality. This charger is very fast, my laptop charges to 100% from 0 in less than an hour. I usually charge it at around 50% and it charges to full in maybe 20-30 minutes. It’s also much lighter than my factory charger so it’s easy to carry around.

  6. Matt C

    When I purchased a Samsung Ao3s, it didn’t come with a charger. My old charger was super slow. This charger works great. Not super-fast, but plenty fast enough. Easy to store and easy on the wallet too. Love it.

  7. MikenzCO

    I’ve gone through three supposedly fast GAN chargers for my Samsung devices over the past year, all with the same advertised output. problem was the first two charged my phone and tablet very slowly, not fast by any stretch.

    this charger cost me less than those but surprisingly it actually charged my devices quickly.

    the device with the largest battery the Samsung galaxy tablet with a 11200mAh battery charged so quickly i went and swapped with my others to compare. i found that there was no comparison, the speed difference as stark as night and day.

    i was so impressed by the performance of this charger i ordered a second so all my devices that support faster charging could do so.

    i could not be happier with this even if it took me two failed attempts to get one that actually performed as promised.

  8. RSMVT

    When I got my new iPad Pro with a USB C cable, I knew that the USB C to USB A cable I purchased, would work. But for those times I wanted it to charge super fast? I needed a USB C power block. Amazon Basics, again, to the rescue!

    It is compact, so is great for travel. It feels solid. The contact is sturdy. And… it works! My iPad charges quickly. It does exactly what I want it to do. Thank you, Amazon Basics, for a great product at a cost effective price!

  9. Dimas Rojas

    I use this charger all the time! Please be aware it is a USB C DEVICE!

  10. Michael Larmon

    Cumple con todo lo que menciona en la publicación.

  11. Carlos E. Sandoval

    Excelente producto, carga rapido el celular incluso lo probé con una laptop y la carga sin problema. Los materiales son muy buenos se ve que va durar muchos años.

  12. Hugo

    Sirve de carga rapida y tiene ambas entradas en tipo C que me ayudan mucho

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