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The RAVPower PD Pioneer 61W charger is down to $23 ($13 off) at Amazon

Whether you charge multiple devices by your bedside or you prefer to pack light while traveling, there's no greater convenience than owning a single charger that can manage multiple devices at once. It's even better when you can find a charging solution that's compatible with both USB-C and USB-A connections. Today you can pick up this highly rated RAVPower PD Pioneer 61W charger for $23 ($13 off) at Amazon.

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Midweek deals: Exclusive sale on Mophie 12,000mAh Powerstation, plus USB-C wall chargers and Tile Stickers

Is there anything worse than watching the battery icon on your favorite smart device hit 1%? The sad truth is that our phones, tablets, and computers are pretty useless without the power to keep them running. On this week's Wednesday roundup, we're featuring deals on portable batteries and wall chargers that will ensure your devices stay juiced up, no matter where your day takes you.

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Anker's 60W USB-C wall charger on sale at all-time low of $38 ($16 off) today only

It's the week before Thanksgiving and you're probably about to head off to the relatives or to a friend's apartment to share in a meal, some laughs, and maybe a good dose of anxiety. One source of anxiety you'd want to nip right from the bud is power sourcing — you've got gadgets, after all. Fortunately, Anker has a few good deals running today only on Amazon to satisfy your needs.

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Aukey 56.5W USB Power Delivery Type-C charger on sale for $23 ($12 off) today only

Accessories makers tend to come onto Amazon with their Deals of the Day as if it were a carousel. This day, it's Aukey's turn and we're tracking a dozen products on sale for at least 20% off. From keyboards to Bluetooth earbuds to speakers and chargers (a load of chargers), we've got them parsed down for your participation and consumption. You just need to act before midnight PDT tonight.

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[Update: PPS required] Charging the Galaxy Note10+ at its fastest speed will require a separate charger

If you're in the position where the biggest phone is the better phone for you, the Galaxy Note10+ will hit that mark for you — it's got a bigger screen with more pixels and it has a bigger battery than the normal Note. But if you really want to take advantage of the fastest rates you can get for your plus-sized phablet, you'll need to ditch the wall wart in the box and buy another one. Don't worry, we'll explain why and help you out.

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