This is a very attractive USB-C charger compatible with many types of devices, although somewhat limited in power output.
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Pro It has a neat and functional design
The all-white adapter with smooth edges is a real eye candy. Its shape makes it easy to wrap the cord to avoid it tangling or breaking.
Pro It's compatible with a wide variety of devices
This adapter will work well with most laptops, tablets, and smartphones. It has various power levels suitable for different devices that ensure that the charging goes fast and safe: 20V/2.25A, 15V/3A, 12V/3A, and 5V/3A. The power output is adjusted automatically, no oversight is necessary on your side.
Pro The charging cable is included
The PowerGear comes with a USB-C charging cable, no need to go and look for it separately.
Pro It doesn't take a lot of space in the bag
Although Innergie's PowerGear is not the smallest adapter out there, it's reasonably easy to fit in a bag. And it's not too heavy, around the weight of a billiard ball.
Pro It offers great value for the money
Considering the versatility and the attractive design, PowerGear's $60 price tag seems very reasonable.
Pro Compatible with a wide range of machines
If your device (be it a laptop, tablet, or phone) supports charging via a USB Type-C port, or if its included charger is 45W or less, this adapter will (or should) be compatible. It works well with a great number of laptops, particularly so with 12-inch machines, including the Apple MacBook and models by Acer, Asus, Dell, and HP.
Con The charging cable can't be removed
The charging cable is permanently attached to the adapter, which makes it a little less convenient to pack; this also means that if you damage the cord, you will have to replace the whole unit.