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If you have a bigger machine that requires higher power output than 60 W, the PowerPort will not be able to replace the original charger. For example, with a 15-inch MacBook Pro, it would at best stop the battery from draining but not increase the charge. See More
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If you own a laptop that is bigger than 13 inches, you should definitely check if the wattage of this adapter is high enough for your computer. It wouldn't be able to replace a charger with power output over 45 W, so it won't charge a 13-inch MacBook Pro, for example. See More
You can replace most original USB-C chargers with the wattage of 45 W or less, which includes primarily 12 and 13-inch laptops. You would be able to charge the 2015 Google Pixel Chromebook and 2016 Razer Blade Stealth at full speed, See More
You will not be able to use NuPower as a replacement for a more powerful adapter. For example, if you use it on a 15-inch MacBook (2016) instead of the original 87 W charger, it will at best prevent the battery from draining, but not increase the charge. See More