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The Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim is a 30W USB-C wall charger that can charge just about any smartphone with a USB-C port. But it also offers enough juice to charge some laptops including select Dell XPS 13, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models.

It’s also pretty compact for a wall charger, measuring just 0.63 inches thick, making it easy to throw in just about any bag or to plug into tight spaces behind a dresser, cabinet, or sofa.

If you buy the PowerPort Atom III Slim from Anker’s website today, you’d end up spending $28. But the company is also selling the little wall charger through its official eBay store for just $14. That’s the best price I’ve seen to date.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Charging

Computers

PC accessories

Wireless audio

Sony WH-1000XM3/B wireless over-ear noise-cancelling headphones for $238 – Newegg

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7 replies on “Daily Deals (5-05-2020)”

  1. the Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim on ebay is coming up $21.99 for me. bummer

  2. i have the Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim and quite like it. I paid $25 last august. just note that it does not come with a cable and it requires a usb-c to usb-c cable. I didn’t have one and had to buy it

    1. all that being said, $15 is a very good price and I’ll probably buy another

  3. Why do your Amazon links always redirect me to a search at Amazon Canada that rarely brings up the devices you’re linking to, and on the rare occasion that it does, it’s nearly double the price?

    1. If I had to guess, I’d say because you’re in Canada or using an ISP or VPN that makes it look like you are, and these were links to Amazon US products — they’re supposed to redirect to the closest equivalent in CA, the UK, and other areas where Amazon has stores. But the pricing is almost never going to be the same.

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