Stuffcool Neutron 20 claims to be India’s smallest PD charger launched at Rs 1,399*

Stuffcool Neutron 20

Stuffcool Neutron 20 is the latest fast charging solution from the accessories maker. It is a power delivery charger that claims to be the country’s smallest. The Neutron 20 features dual ports that offer 20W Power Delivery through USB Type-C alongside an 18W QC 3.0 port. The company suggests the latest PD delivery charger also supports the recently launched iPhones, which support fast charging speeds.

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

Stuffcool Neutron 20 PD

Stuffcool Neutron 20

The company is known for its Centurion dock station that offered 100W with two PD USB Type-C ports launched — a couple of months ago. The products from Stuffcool are generally considered to be safe, and the Neutron is no exception. It comes with BIS certification and claims to have all Indian safety standards. In addition, it is equipped with six-layer protection. Further, the Neutron has Auto Detect IC, that promises to ensure safety by delivering the required power to the connected device.

Charge outputs

The Neutron also claims to be 40% smaller than the traditional power delivery chargers. And, the Quick Charge 3.0 will be offering fast charging for compatible Android wearables, like Neckbands, for instance. For those wondering about the charging outputs, the Neutron offers: it includes PD 20W, DC 5V 3A, 9V 2.2A, 12V 16.7A from the Type-C port, and QC3.0, DC 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A, from Type-A port.

Stuffcool Neutron 20 PD — Price in India

The Stuffcool Neutron retails at Rs 1,899 and is available through the Stuffcool website. However, the company is offering a special launch price that makes the adapter cost Rs 1,399 only.

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