What does this thing do?
It doesn't really help to say it "offers fast, efficient charging" and "is compatible with X".
What equipment (eg, your MacBook? a USB powered item like an iPhone?) is it meant to charge?
What do you plug it into (eg, wall socket? USB power source?) to get the power?
In other words: [This item] plugs into [specify power source] to charge up your [specify power target].
- Asked by Richard G from Philadelphia
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1 Answer from the Community
You plug it into the wall outlet (110-240v it's worldwide) and then you plug a USB-C cable into this charger brick which you can then plug into either a MacBook, MacBook Pro (2016 Models Only but a higher wattage charger would be better for those laptops but this will still work), or any other device with a USB-C port. You could also plug in a USB-C to Lightning cable to charge any device with a Lightning port (any iPhone, iPad, or iPod made after 2012). Hope this helped!
- Answered by William W from Pittsburgh
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What kind of drivers are in these things?
- Asked by Eric R from Asheville
- 8 Sep, 2016
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What is the WAN-LAN throughput on this thing?
- Asked by Ola M
- 11 Jun, 2013
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