If you want to future-proof your device charger and charging efforts with affordable and reputable hardware then this AUKEY wall charger has to be of interest to you. For a limited time only, you can pick up this power-based accessory for just $23.99, knocking over $20 off the original price-tag.

We live in a technologically advanced world where hardware and tech-based gadgetry has never been so varied and has never been so affordable. In short, as far as technology goes, this is as good as it has ever been and that’s a wonderful position to be in as far as choice and affordability go. However, wall chargers of this nature are a product range that pretty much everyone can do with and even more so those who have a gorgeous MacBook as well as a smartphone or tablet that they use on a regular basis.

This little piece of kit is basically going to give you access to a USB-C port capable of delivering 46W of power to charge your Apple MacBook or another laptop of your choosing. It then exposes a secondary standard USB-A port that will let you immediately start to charge your smartphone or tablet as fast as is possible thanks to the 10.5W power output. In short, if you are a smartphone, tablet, and laptop owner, then this little wall charger is going to give you the flexibility that you need to deliver power directly into your devices when you need it most.

The hardware is reputable, comes with an impressive set of reviews, and even has built-in safeguards to keep your technology safe and a handy foldable plug design that should make it extremely easy to pull this out of the wall and tuck away in your travel bag for those who might need to travel with it. This is a great opportunity to grab one of AUKEY’s impressive power gadgets for a fraction of its original cost.

Buy: AUKEY USB C Charger with 56.5W Wall Charger from Amazon: $23.99 using code IX4QKCI2 | Original price: $44

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