These days, we want our devices to be smaller and more powerful than ever. And, we expect them to have enough battery power to get us through a full day. Smartphones, tablets, bluetooth headsets, and more; with the average person owning so many portable USB devices, most people end up with a mess of proprietary power adapters and cables that can make charging your devices a nightmare. In addition to all the older USB specifications, electronic manufacturers are now utilizing the new USB Type-C connector, which brings with it a range of benefits but isn't backward-compatible with older USB connectors (unless you use an adapter). USB-C was built to take advantage of newer and better protocols like USB Power Delivery (USB-PD), which delivers rapid charging for a wide range of devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops, external HDD, speakers, printers, keyboard, mouse, monitor and other consumer electronics), and takes advantage of USB-C’s full potential. USB-PD chargers allow for power output of up to 100 watts, which means laptops can be charged via USB-C cables.
For USB-PD to work to its full potential, both the device and the charger need to have embedded USB-PD controller chips, and share the correct settings for voltage and amperage. But even if the device doesn’t, VogDUO’s latest Charger Go car chargers and Power Go power banks are backward-compatible, and support high amperage for virtually any voltage profile, so they will work with as many devices as possible.
USB-PD compatible devices
Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch), MacBook
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
Google Chromebook, Pixel, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel C,
Nokia_Microsoft Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL
HP Elite x3, Pro Tablet 608, Pavilion x2
Asus Book Flip, EeeBook E202
HTC One M10