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Many modern laptops have adopted USB-C as their port of choice.

This is great for creating a simple and elegant design, but it can be a bit of a pain for professionals who need a multitude of different ports. For example, if you need an HDMI port to add a second screen, you will need a dongle. Need a USB-A port? Another dongle.

What if there was a charger that also offered you additional USB ports and an HDMI port? This is exactly what the Baseus 67W GaN5 offers.

Baseus 67W GaN5 Charger

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Features :

  • Output Type-C1 : 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/3.35A
  • Output Type-C2 : 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/3.35A
  • Output Type-C1+Type-C2 : 20W+45W
  • hdmi : 4K 30Hz
  • Cut : 96 x 46 x 38mm
  • Weight : About 288g

Note: The USB-A port only supports USB 2.0 and charging low-power devices, types, earphones, smartwatches, etc.

How does the charger work?

The operation is as follows: you connect the main USB-C port to the laptop. The latter provides the load (with a maximum of 45W) and manages the data transfer. The second USB-C port handles both data transfer and charging up to 20W. Finally, there’s a traditional USB-A port for low-speed charging and data transfer needs.

Ports on the Baseus 67W GaN charger

Image: Adrian Kingsley-Hughes/ZDNET

And because the charger uses gallium nitride, it works without overheating, unlike older silicon-based chargers.

The HDMI port allows you to connect a second screen or a video projector, depending on your needs.

I spent some time testing this charging station and it’s an undeniable success. The 45W output on the main USB-C port is a bit low for a MacBook Pro, but perfect for a MacBook Air or tablet. The HDMI port is also great for connecting a second screen or Nintendo Switch to a TV.

Power output stats of Baseus 67W GaN charger

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The charging station comes with a Baseus USB-C cable supporting the USB4 standard for up to 40Gb/s bandwidth.

Source: “ZDNet.com”

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