MZHOU 120W USB Charger 4 Port Plug High Speed Charging Adapter with 100W Fast Charging Cable

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MZHOU 120W USB Charger 4 Port Plug High Speed Charging Adapter with 100W Fast Charging Cable

MZHOU 120W USB Charger 4 Port Plug High Speed Charging Adapter with 100W Fast Charging Cable



  • ✅120W Fast Charging – MZHOU USB charger supports 100~240V wide voltage, C1/C2/C3 type single port charging up to 105W power, USB-A type single port up to 30W power to fully charge your device at the fastest speed!
  • ✅Safety Protection – USB wall charger built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging. When device is fully charged, it will automatically stop charging and your device will be protected safely.
  • ✅Portable 4 in 1 Charging Station – The charger has 4 usb ports:3 USB-C and 1 USB-A charging port. Say goodbye to carrying around multiple old and bulky chargers, the 4-port USB charger gives you an unprecedented charging experience for desktop, nightstand, bedside table, office, travel, etc.
  • ✅With the fast charging cable – Equipped with a 2M 100w fast charging cable, it not only allows for fast charging, but also ensures portability and safety during charging.The length is sufficient for your daily use and durable.
  • ✅Universal Compatibility – Compatible with USB C/USB A Devices.For more detailed information on compatibility, please refer to the product image.
  • ✅What you will get – 120W charger x1 and fast charger cord 2M x1, User manual x1.Justcontact us if you have any questions.


4-Port (1-Port USB A + 3-Port USB C)Fast Charge 3.0 Compatible Devices


Total Power: 120W


Input:AC100-240V 50/60Hz 2.0A Max


Output Type-C1/C2/C3 :5V/3A 9V/3A 12V/3A 15V/3A 20V/5A PPS:3.3-21V5A (105W max)


Output USB-A : 5V3A 9V/3A 10V/2.25A 12V/2.5A 20V/1.5A (30W)


Output Type-C1 +Type-C2: 65W+55W (max)


Output Type-C1/C2 + Type-C3/USB-A: 90W +30W


Output Type-C3+USB-A :9W+9W


Output Type-C1+Type-C2+Type-C3 :65W+30W+20W


Output Type-C1+Type-C2+USB-A : 65W+30W+22.5W


Output Type-C1+Type-C3+USB-A : 90W+9W+9W


Output Type-C2+Type-C3+USB-A : 55W+9W+9W


Output Type-C1+Type-C2+Type-C3+USB-A : 65W+30W+9W+9W


Packing List:


1x 120W USB A+USB C Charger


1x USB C-USB C Charging Cable

Rating & Review

Based on 2 Reviews
  1. Wyatt
    Does what it should and does it quickly.
    In the front there’s 1 USB type A and 3 USB type C ports respectively. Very convenient when you have a mix of both as most people probably have these days. In the back is where the cable to the wall is attached, which can easily be replaced in case it breaks. Really appreciated!

    Now let’s talk about charging. I have various device here that I tested with. First off no noise, no coil whine. Nice. Devices charge as they are plugged in. One device in each port also works well. After a while the top warms up as would be expected, and I’m glad to find it’s never uncomfortably hot.

    I have just one gripe with it. The whole device can do 120W. Each port maxes out at 30W. That’s just a few watts too little for most laptops. I tried a macbook and it charges perfectly, because macbooks support literally every charger I’ve ever tried, and same for the Asus chromebook.
    Unfortunately other laptops from Lenovo or Dell won’t work and I still need other adapters. Otherwise this would have been perfect for both the desk and the living room to replace multiple wall adapters. I’m giving full score since this was specified but this feels like a big oversight.

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  2. Tracker51
    Works great
    I was interested in the device because I wanted to reduce the cable chaos at my desk. This has been partially successful. Instead of a whole horde of small USB chargers in the power strip, I now only need 1 socket for this hub. At least for small devices. For anything that can draw more than 20 watts, I need something else. Because instead of the advertised 120W, the device delivers a maximum of 4x 20W. Of course, that’s a total of 120, but each connected device can only draw a maximum of 20W. That’s enough for many things. But not for everything. After all, the device also supports fast charging modes with 9V or 12V, which is suitable for many smartphones and the like. However, more powerful devices such as high-performance tablets, netbooks, mini PCs, mobile consoles etc. cannot be adequately operated.
    On the other hand, the lightweight but sturdy plastic housing, the neatly fitting USB slots and the connection of the power cable via the common C7 standard are well done. This means that you should be able to find a replacement for the cable quickly if there are any problems. This also makes a reasonably high-quality impression, but as the box is predestined for traveling, this may be the case. Of course, in countries with different socket standards, you could also replace it with a standard C7 cable with a different plug (which is quite common worldwide). After all, the box can handle voltages between 100V and 240V.
    In the end, we are left with a quite usable device, which could be even better if it could supply at least one connection with higher power. But if you use a lot of USB chargers and are drowning in cable clutter, you should take a look at the device and consider whether it’s worth it.
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