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Manual mentions the wireless charger provides 3A...    I don't see any mention of the specs of the wired ports though.


If you are looking for fast charging, I would suggest getting a 12V accessory plug, or something to go into the 110v outlet...  

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I'm a bit surprised that this specification is not known.  Seems a bit ridiculous that it's not specified in the manual. Any random USB C part (even $4 cables) have a started max wattage. I use a 12v adapter to get 65w. I need 65w for laptops. It also works just fine for phones and tables. A 65w adapter now costs only about $12. Wish I didn't need the extra adapter in the clutter, but I do. Now I heard the 2022 and later trucks do not have a 12v outlet! So the ability to use a 12v adapter is gone and the USB c wattage is sh1t. What were they thinking m

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