The 3 Best Portable Laptop Chargers of 2024

Our pick

This portable charger has an AC outlet, two USB-C ports, and a USB-A port, and it can charge even the most power-hungry laptops. But you need to provide your own wall charger.

The Mophie Powerstation Pro AC has the best AC output (174 watts) and as much capacity (27,000 mAh) of any model we’ve tested.

It’s also the only one we’ve tested with two USB-C ports—one has 63 W input and 62 W output capabilities, and the other only outputs at 24 W—and its two-year warranty is the longest of those we tested.

On the downside, it’s the heaviest option we tested at 2.2 pounds, it only has one USB-A port, and it doesn’t come with a wall charger. But its higher output and dual USB-C ports make it well worth these tradeoffs.

Rated capacity: 27,000 mAh (97.2 Wh)
Max output: 174 W
Weight: 2.2 pounds
Dimensions: 7.5 by 4.5 by 1.0 inches

Also great

This portable charger has an AC outlet as well as a USB-C port, USB-A port, and DC port. It’s not as powerful as some others we tested, but it comes with its own wall charger.

The ChargeTech Premium 27K AC performed well in our testing, with a maximum output of 157 watts and a rated capacity of 27,000 mAh.

It’s also the only model we tested with a USB-C port that’s powerful enough to fast-charge the 13″ MacBook Air (we measured 65 W input and 67 W output). Unlike our top pick, it can be recharged over DC as well as USB-C, and it’s fairly light (1.5 pounds).

However, it has just one USB-C port and one USB-A port, its one-year warranty is on the shorter side, and it feels a little chintzy overall. Also, the DC charger it comes with is bulky and won’t fit in the included carrying pouch. But overall, it’s a great option if you want more charging options.

Rated capacity: 27,000 mAh (97.2 Wh)
Max output: 157 W
Weight: 1.5 pounds
Dimensions: 7.3 by 5.0 by 1.0 inches

Also great

This compact, lightweight charger supports wireless charging and has an easy-to-read screen. It’s not as powerful as some others we tested, and it doesn’t come with a wall charger, but it charges a wide variety of devices.

If you have a phone or other device that can charge wirelessly, the Omnicharge Omni 20+ is the only one of our picks with wireless charging capabilities. It’s also one of the few models we’ve seen with dual input options (you can recharge it over DC or USB-C), as well as a screen showing input/output wattage, charge level, and operating temperature.

The Omnicharge is the lightest (1.4 pounds) and most compact of our picks, and it looks sleeker than most models, with rounded corners that make it comfortable to handle.

If you want those extra features and maximum portability, this is your best option, but this charger also has the lowest output (98 watts) and rated capacity (20,400 mAh) of any of our picks. And although it comes with USB-A and USB-C cables, it doesn’t include a wall charger. Like the ChargeTech, this model is backed by a one-year warranty.

Rated capacity: 20,400 mAh (73.4 Wh)
Max output: 98 W
Weight: 1.4 pounds
Dimensions: 5.0 by 4.8 by 1.1 inches

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