Lucky enough to have one of the new USB-C powered laptops, tablets or smartphones?  You’ll want to check out this latest power adapter from Newertech – the NuPower 60W USB-C Power Adapter.  Granted, you probably got one with your device, but this is still better.

NuPower 60W USB-C power adapter

NuPower 60W USB-C Power Adapter

As of this writing, the NuPower adapter is a compatible replacement for:

  • Apple 29W USB-C Power Adapter, MJ262LL/A
  • Dell 30-Watt AC Adapter – USB Type-C, 24YNH
  • Lenovo ThinkPad USB-C 45W AC Adapter, 4X20E75131
  • HP 45W USB-C AC Adapter, N8N14AA
  • HP 45W USB-C Power Adapter, V5Y26UT
  • Google Universal Type-C Charger, PA-1600-23

Obviously, as more and more manufacturers make the switch to powered USB-C devices, this number will continue to grow.

But why upgrade to a different adapter?

Not only does It provide 60 watts to your main device, it also provides another USB-A port with 12 watts of power to power all your other devices. That means you can be simultaneously charging your laptop and your hi-power tablet – all with just one, 6’-long, slim, two-prong power cable.

It even comes with an 18” USB-C to Usb-C cable for your main device.

  • Output: 60 Watts total
  • Standard-A port
    • Max output: up to 12W (5V @ 2.4A)
    • Supports USB Charging 1.2 specification
  • Type-C port
    • Max output: up to 60W
    • Supports USB Power Delivery 2.0 specification *
      • Voltage: 5V @ 6A, 9V @ 5A, 15V @ 4A, 20V @ 3A


Small and compact

That’s the other great feature, no more whopping big power bricks for you.  Compare the size versus a standard USB memory stick.

This weighs just 0.3 pounds and measures in at 4-1/4” x 2” x ¾”.  The nicely rounded corners make it a pleasure to use.

Check out the full specs at Newertech’s website:

Disclosure:  Newertech provide us with a NuPower 60W USB-C power adapter to do this review.  All opinions are entirely our own, however. 

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