Power to Charge 

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As out collections of rechargeable devices increase, so does the required ability to charge them.

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News has just reached me regarding the launch of two new products from Ugreen. For those who may be unfamiliar with Ugreen, I should explain that this is a company, established in 2012, to provide revolutionary hardware and digital solutions. The company's products range from charging devices, phone & computer accessories plus home and automobile accessories.

The two new products are the 100W Desktop Charger and the 65W Desktop Charger. Either unit will offer the user 4-port access and are compatible with MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Dell XPS, iPhone 14/13/12 series, Galaxy S22/S21 series, iPad, Steam Deck and more. These devices can provide the user with the capability to charge up to 4 devices simultaneously. The 100W Desktop Charger can be purchased from Amazon priced at £69.99 with the 65W Desktop Charger costing £39.99.

Ugreen Nexode 100W USB C Charging Station

The Ugreen 100W Nexode 4-in-1 Charging Station includes three USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port to provide 100W across phones, tablets, laptops, and more, all at the same time. This means that a MacBook Air with M2 chip for example, if connected alone, can be charged to safely to 100% in less than 1.5 hours.

Featuring dynamic temperature sensors and an intelligent PMW chip which adjusts power outputs to safeguard users’ devices, the Ugreen Charging Station is a safe but powerful tool. The UL94-V0 rated shell along with a heat dissipation design also ensures safe overnight charging, so users may have peace of mind whilst powering up their devices for the next day.

Ugreen Nexode 65W USB C Charging Station

The 4-in-1 Multiport Charger is complete with 2 USB-C ports and 2 USB-A ports to supply up to 65W of power to phones, tablets, laptops, and more all at the same time, the Charging Station is the perfect desktop accessory for anyone wishing to powerful up several devices simultaneously.

Thanks to the 65W Max Fast Charging, it is possible for users to connect a single USB-C device to the charger for quick and powerful charging. Like the 100W model, it can also charge a MacBook Air with M2 chip up to 100% in less than 1.5 hours, making it ideal for quick charges at the airport or during travel. Matching the 100W model, it also features the same dynamic temperature sensors for ultimate piece of mind.

I have yet to check out either device.

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