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Author Topic: Sony releases new 46.5W USB-PD charging brick  (Read 576 times)

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Sony releases new 46.5W USB-PD charging brick
« on: December 30, 2018, 09:31:46 »
Sony has released a new wall charger. The brick is USB-PD-compliant and supplies just under 40 W at its peak, and a total power output of 46.5 W. The fast charger will work on all devices with USB-PD support, which makes for a rather long list.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Sony-releases-new-46-5W-USB-PD-charging-brick.387996.0.html

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Re: Sony releases new 46.5W USB-PD charging brick
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2018, 01:07:45 »
The source article mentions its model number: CP-ADRM2.

This is good, I think it would be worth buying on its own. Still can't fully replace laptop chargers, with some popular laptops requiring about 65W minimum.

It's a shame that proprietary charging standards ever carried over to type-C. I have a type-C device (a soldering iron, oddly enough) that only works with a single Samsung QC charger (Qualcomm quick charge) of mine--none of my USB-PD chargers work with it. Uses 9V/3A, which is a PD profile but it must be some negotiation failure.

 

 
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