Hyper Introduces New 140W Multiport Charger to Support Fast Charging on 16-Inch MacBook Pro

Hyper today is launching a new 140-watt HyperJuice charger with PD 3.1 support that's capable of fast charging even a 16-inch MacBook Pro from 0 to 50% in just 30 minutes when paired with Apple's USB-C to MagSafe 3 charging cable.

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Compared to Apple's 140-watt charger, Hyper's version is 24% smaller and includes three USB ports instead of just one. The HyperJuice charger includes two USB-C ports (one at a maximum of 140 watts and one at a maximum of 100 watts) as well as a USB-A port with a maximum of 30 watts of charging power. With a total maximum output of 140 watts, that power will be split between the ports if you have multiple devices connected.

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The HyperJuice 140W PD 3.1 USB-C Charger for the U.S. market features foldable prongs and is priced at $129.99. Swappable heads for the UK, Europe, and Australia are included, as is a 2-meter USB-C to USB-C cable.

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Top Rated Comments

mastercheif91 Avatar
24 months ago
MacRumors should be ashamed of themselves for giving Hyper publicity, again.

Hyper makes dangerous products. Do not buy them.

Someone's house is going to burn down and I hope it weighs heavily on anyone who promoted this terrible company.

See:

The Verge: Are Hyper’s stackable USB-C chargers melting? ('https://www.theverge.com/2022/6/28/23186796/hyper-sanho-targus-stackable-gan-usb-c-charger-overheating-issue')

Reddit:

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Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djbuddha Avatar
24 months ago
Hyper is a disaster. As much as I want to endorse them, the company itself is a s*!tshow.

Hopefully they figure it out, but there’s too many things wrong with them and how they handle customer PR and some reports of people having their devices damaged from their products. Macrumors shouldn’t be taking sponsor money from them as there’s plenty of other reputable companies that they should make the ad space for.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
albert421 Avatar
24 months ago
This is not a company Mac rumors should associate themselves with. Their products have fire risk. Until they come out and officially recall the stackable 100W charger. Never ever consider buying anything from them.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
24 months ago

Hyper is a disaster. As much as I want to endorse them, the company itself is a s*!tshow.

Hopefully they figure it out, but there’s too many things wrong with them and how they handle customer PR and some reports of people having their devices damaged from their products. Macrumors shouldn’t be taking sponsor money from them as there’s plenty of other reputable companies that they should make the ad space for.
Perhaps I am just unlucky when it comes to third party chargers, but I have several string of bad luck with 3rd party chargers not just from Hyper, but also from Anker, Belkin, Mophie, and Satechi. So in the end, I am sticking with Apple's chargers, despite the bulk and price.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Morgenland Avatar
24 months ago
Hyper today is launching... (Hyper yesterday shopped at "CN Supplier" on Alibaba ;)).
Here we are...



* One technical note: If Apple's engineers had considered this device safe, they would have bought it themselves or mass-produced it long ago. Not all power electronics can be scaled down to any size in a thermally safe and HF-emission manner.


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Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bmustaf Avatar
24 months ago
I have no idea how these guys are still around let alone why places like MR shill for them (well, I get it, Hyper pays MR...just not sure why MR accepts it given how horrible & dangerous their products are).

Not only does every Hyper I have bought not actually sit in the wall (which is annoying, yes, but it's so bad how much the prongs jiggle where they connect internally that you can hear arcing and sparking...which is really an accident waiting to happen), but I've had two smoke and blow up (because of this? who knows?). Hyper didn't care (like if they put their head in the sand about it it means it never happened?).

Ended up getting my money back from credit card disputes, but, really, Hyper is not a company any reputable business should partner with, and consumers should be very wary.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)