Choetech 60W Charger Review: An Ultra USB-C Adapter That Rapidly Charges Your Devices

Updated on December 29, 2019
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Choetech 60W Type C Adapter
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Choetech 60W Adapter Unleashes Power In a Small Package

The Choetech 60W Adapter is a powerhouse, foldable charger with Power Delivery & Quick Charge 3.0 and a USB-C input.

The charger is light, compact, and has enough juice to power the latest MacBook and iPad Pro. It also pairs perfectly with Choetech's 100W 6.5ft USB-C to C cable to deliver superfast charging.

I'm currently using the adapter and cable to charge my Samsung S10+ and I'm finally getting the quick charge speeds that I've needed. Prior to, either the adapter or the data cable didn't support those speeds.

Choetech has continued to innovate and move the needle with each new iteration delivering the goods, and the 60W charger is another excellent device to add to their collection.

Choetech Product Information

Technical specs
V-O Fire Retardant PC
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A (Max)
DC 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/3A
Total Power
2.4 x 1.3 x 2.4" (6.2 x 3.2 x 6.2cm)
Safety Certifications
UL/FCC/PSE/VI - Overheating - Short-circuit - Over-voltage - Over-current
Smart ID
Foldable Plug
Power Delivery
Yes - 3.0
Quick Charge
Yes - 3.0
Compatible Devices (laptops)
MacBook Pro (2016-19) - MacBook (2015-17) - Air (2018-19) - HP Spectre X360/X2/Folio - Elite Book 830 G5 - Dell XPS 12-15" - Lenovo X1/Yoga 730/Yoga 720/E490/ideapad 720s-13/Thinkpad X390 - Huawei Matebook X/XPro/Matebook 13 WRT-W29/Matebook E/D - Google Pixelbook/Chromebook Pixel
Compatible Devices (tablets)
iPad Pro 12.9" - iPad Pro 10.5" - iPad Pro 11"
Compatible Devices (smartphones)
iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/XS Max - Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10 Plus/S9-10/9-10 Plus - Google Pixel 3XL/3/2XL/2 - Nexus 5X/6P/Lumia 950/950XL - Huawei P20/P30/Mate 20/Mate 9/P10 - LG G7/V20/V30/G6/G5
Additional Devices
Nintendo Switch, USB-C laptops/tablets/smartphones
Example Charging Times (hours to full charge)
MacBook Pro 13" (2hrs) - MacBook Air (1.6hrs) - Dell XPS 13 (2.5hrs) - HP Spectre X360 (2.3hrs)
What's Included
60W USB-C PD Charger - User Guide - 18 Month Warranty Card - Lifetime Technical Support
Product info taken from Choetech product page, user guide, and item box

The Best of Chotech 60W Laptop Charger

Choetech has consistently fulfilled their promise to bring convenience, power, and adaptability to their customers and the 60W laptop charger succeeds tenfold.

Besides the obvious charging boost this product can provide, here's other reasons why it's more innovative than you think:


  • 60W Output w/PD & QC 3.0
  • Future-Proof Compatibility
  • Portable & Foldable
  • Safe to Use
  • Excellent for Homes and Offices

60W Output w/PD & QC 3.0

It goes without saying that this is the main reason why anyone would purchase the Choetech adapter and that's a good thing.

60W is a lot of power and the 3.0 power delivery and quick charge will boost your devices in a very short amount of time.

I used the adapter with the 100W Choetech transfer cable (more on that later) and was able to charge my Samsung Galaxy S10+ from 0 to 100% in under 90 minutes.

In addition, the 3.0 version is the latest one as of 2020, which leads me to my next point.

Future-Proof Compatibility

QC & PD 3.0 charging will be around for a while because it's fast, reliable, and safe with most electronics.

Plus the adapter contains a single USB-C port, which is so future-proof that many devices are just starting to move towards it. Unfortunately that's not so good if you have an older laptop/phone but that's the tradeoff I suppose.

Personally I'd rather be future-proof in this fast paced digital world.

Portable & Foldable

For a laptop charger it's pretty small, light, and discreet making it travel friendly for any luggage, bag/purse or backpack.

Moreso the adapter is foldable which makes it feel even more compact.

It won't get in the way and you'll be relieved for those times when your phone/laptop dies on you; I know I was when on a recent business trip...thanks Choetech!

Safe to Use

My biggest worry with any charger is whether or not it'll fry my phone.

I've dealt with numerous third-party chargers that made my phone extremely hot and in one instance even fried it. Thankfully Choetech is a trusted company that I've been using for the past 2 years and not once have their products damaged my devices.

Choetech's state of the art overheat, short-circuit, over-voltage protections, etc. will keep you devices stable and secure. Choetech is also fully certified, so don't think they're some shady foreign brand.

Excellent for Homes and Offices

The laptop charger has made its home in my own home and office and that's what it was made for.

And whenever you need a reliable charger, the Choetech adapter will be there for you. Right now my charger is plugged into a power strip tower next to the desk that I use to charge my Samsung or Lenovo PC.

Other times I bring it with me to the office and it's just as good there as it is at home. I think you'll find the product to be a great home office accessory that you wish you purchased earlier.


2-for-1 Special With Choetech 100W USB-C Cable + 60W Adapter

A good adapter is only as powerful as the cable that comes with it and Choetech understands this.

Attached to my foldable laptop charger is a nylon braided 6.6ft (1.8m) 100W USB-C to C fast charging cable that supports 20V/5A power delivery charging.

The cable has a 480Mbps data transmission speed at USB 2.0 and is compatible with any USB-C device including the Samsung Galaxy/Note line, MacBook Pro (2015-2017), Dell XPS 13/15, Google Pixel phones, etc.

The Choetech cable is a perfect complimentary product and you can get both for under $50 on the company's website. The cable is fast, durable, tangle-free, and flexible with a high bend tolerance that other cables lack.


Choetech 60W PD Adapter: Final Review

Choetech knows how to transform with the times, and the 60W PD adapter is an excellent smartphone and laptop charger that brings the speed, power, and portability for your day to day needs.

It also pairs brilliantly with the 100W nylon braided cable.

I would give the Choetech 60W PD Adapter & 100W USB-C to C Cable 4.9 out of 5 stars.

The only ding I'd give both products is that there's always something new on the horizon that can charge devices even faster. I also wish there were more ports but that might not be technologically feasible right now.

But other than that I have nothing but praise for these products and would fully recommend them to anyone in need of a good laptop/phone adapter and fast transfer cable.

The Choetech 60W PD/QC 3.0 Adapter and 100W USB-C to C cable get the job done at a blistering pace, and they're an absolute must in any home or office setting.

PS. If you're interesting in learning more about Choetech and their high tech electronics then please go to their website and check them out.

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