AUKEY 100W 4-Port PD Wall Charger REVIEW | MacSources

4 min readOct 2, 2020

100 watts to power all your gear.

Over the years people have had limited access to decent wall chargers. Some companies no longer include wall chargers with their devices and since USB ports aren’t always available in airports, stores, or offices, there needs to be an alternative. AUKEY has helped change this landscape with its high-quality wall chargers and hubs. One of the latest ones to hit the market is the 100W 4-Port Wall Charger (Model: PA-B7).


The 100W 4-Port Wall Charger is a small brick-style charger that is similar to what you would find with a MacBook Pro. The charger features four charging ports — 2 x USB-C & 2 x USB-A. With this device, users are able to simultaneously charge two laptops, one phone, and one pair of earbuds (or other USB-C/USB-A compatible devices). With the assistance of Dynamic Detect each USB-C port can output the full power of the charger when used on its own. When more than one port is used, power is divided between all four ports with the two USB-C ports pushing out 45W each. This charger is powerful enough to charge a 16″ MacBook Pro in less than 2 hours. It is a streamlined GaN charger that enables this device to be 20% smaller than a standard MacBook Pro charger while still delivering the same amount of power. The charger is UL-certified and has built-in safeguards that protect connected devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging.


USB-C 1/2: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/5A (Max 100W)
USB-A 1/2: 5A/2.4A (Max 12W)
USB-C 1/2 + USB-A 1/2: 65W + 12W (Max 77W)
USB-C 1 + USB-C 2: 45W + 45W (Max 90W)
USB-A 1 + USB-A 2: 5V/2.4A (Max 12W)
USB-C 1 + USB-C 2 + USB-A 1/2: 45W + 45W + 12W (Max 102W)


Cable not included.
Fast charging supported for iPhone 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max when used with original Apple USB-C to Lightning cable.
This charger charges Samsung Note10 / Note10+ at up to 25W.
A USB-C to C cable with 5A E-marker chip is needed to charge 16" MacBook Pro at full speed (96W).
If the temperature control system detects internal components are too…


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