Stuffcool Centurion 100W charging dock station with two PD USB Type-C ports launched in India


After its recent WC360 wireless charging pad, Stuffcool is back with another charging accessory — the Centurion. It is a charging dock station with 100W output featuring two USB Type-C power delivery ports and two universal fast charging Type-A ports. The Centurion claims to be a one-stop solution to charge your multiple devices at once and tries to eliminate carrying multiple chargers.

Also read: Stuffcool WC360 is the new 15W Qi Wireless charger launched in India at Rs 2,399

Centurion 100W – Price in India

The Centurion retails at Rs 6,999 and will be available from Amazon India, the Stuffcool website, and other leading offline stores. As part of the launch offer, the charging station can be purchased for Rs 5,999 on the company website and Amazon India. However, during the time of this writing, the product is listed for Rs 5,799 on the e-commerce site.

The Centurion is BIS certified and comes equipped with six layers of protection to prevent excessive heating. Despite 100W output, the device features Auto-Detect IC to allocate power depending on the connected devices’ requirement intelligently, suggests Stuffcool. The MacBook Pro 16-inches, for instance, seemingly needs 96W for efficient charging, and the Centurion promises to deliver 100W output through a single USB Type-C port.


Similarly, the latest M1 MacBook Pro 13-inches needs 61W of power, and Stuffcool suggests the Centurion can deliver the same. The remaining 39W can be utilized to charge other fast charging compatible devices like your smartphones. Further, the charging dock promises faster-charging protocols for smartphones but unfortunately doesn’t support higher charge speed technologies, like OnePlus’ Dash charge, OPPO’s SuperVOOC, for instance. That’s one thing consumers interested in getting this charge station to keep in mind.

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| Read more about the Centurion from Stuffcool’s official press release |


Stuffcool launches Centurion 100W 4 Port Charging Station

Stuffcool, India’s leading tech accessory brand has launched its latest 100W Desk Charging Station Called Centurion. The Centurion is equipped with 2 Power Delivery enabled Type C Ports, and 2 Universal Fast Charging Type A Ports that can fast charge any and every personal device you own.

The Centurion is able to provide 100W of output from a single Type C Port, ideal for the new Macbook pro 16” that requires 96W of power for efficient charging. The Centurion is an one stop solution to charge multiple personal devices without having to carry multiple chargers.

The Centurion is equipped with an Auto-Detect IC that intelligently allocates power depending on the device’s requirement. It is also equipped with intelligent 6 layers of protection to protect your devices from irregular heating and unwanted damage. The Centurion is also BIS Approved.

The total power output is 100W, that is divided smartly to each connected device. For instance, the new Macbook Pro 13” M1 series requires 61W of power, once connected, there will be almost 40W of power still available for your other devices. The Centurion is also compatible with all fast charging protocols other than power delivery such as Samsung AFC, Oppo/Vivo VOOC, OnePlus Dash, Huawei SuperCharge, Moto TurboCharge. It can also charge latest Type C Laptops/Ultrabooks, DSLR Cameras and even Nintendo Switch gaming console.

The Centurion retails at Rs. 6999/- and is available at leading offline stores, and There is a special launch price for Rs. 5999 on and

Tech Specs:

Type-C1 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A,12V/3A,15V/3A,20V/5A(Max.100W)

Type-C2 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A,12V/3A,15V/3A,20V/5A(Max.100W)

USB-A1 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A (Max30W)

USB-A2 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A (Max30W)

When only a single port is used:

(max outputs)





When multiple ports are used simultaneously:

Output Combinations:






A1+A2=5V/3A(15W Max)






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Vishnu works as a Content Writer for Mr. Phone. His primary interests revolve around covering smartphones and all other gadgets connected to the Internet.