Aukey Omnia Mix 65W Dual-Port PD Charger for $26.59

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The development of faster charging standards and better and better chargers continues to advance. At the beginning of the year the new Aukey Omnia Mix Charger was announced in the USA, now the 65W USB-C charger is available. The Omnia Mix Charger from Aukey with 65W output is suitable for smartphones as well as for the more power-hungry batteries of laptops.

Aukey 65W Charger Socket

  • Aukey 65W USB-C charger (USB-C & USB-A port)
  • Aukey 65W USB-C charger (2 USB-C ports)
    • not available
ModelPA-B3 (USB-C + USB-A)PA-B4 ES
USB-C Power Output5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/2.5A; 15V/3A; 20V/3.25A5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/2.5A; 15V/3A; 20V/3.25A
USB-A Output5V/2.4A5 V 2.4 A, 9 V 2 A, 12 V 1.5 A
Dimensions52 x 52 x 30 mm52 x 52 x 30 mm
Weight102 g103,5 g

White instead of black

We have had similar chargers from Aukey here in the past. Jens has been using the 60W charger with two USB-C ports for a few weeks now, even privately for his smartphone and laptop. With the Omnia Mix, Aukey takes it one step further and delivers the strongest charger to date. With 65W output power you are on the same level as the current best smartphones in this area. Since Power Delivery is also supported, laptops can also be charged with this power.

Aukey Omnia

The last generation of Aukey’s Power Delivery chargers still had a black design. Now, probably to make it easier to distinguish, they rely on a completely white design, perhaps also to attract the attention of the average Apple user. The Aukey Ominia USB-C charger with 65W is available in two versions: one with USB-C and USB-A port, one with two USB-C ports. But this does not change the form factor. With 52 x 52 x 30 mm, both devices are the same size and with 103g they both weigh the same.

Aukey Omnia 65W charger both versions

In addition, the indication of power delivery is still to be found on the charger, just like an LED located above the two USB ports.

Power of the Aukey Omnia 65W USB-C charger

The days when smartphones had to be charged overnight are over. Current top-of-the-line mobile phones like the Realme X50 Pro can be fully charged in just under half an hour. The new Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro supports charging with up to 65W power. In order for the current to flow so quickly, you need the appropriate charging cables and chargers in addition to the end devices.

Both versions have two connections, whereby in both cases only one USB-C port can charge with up to 65W (20V/3.25A). This port is also marked with a laptop in the double USB-C version. The 65W port makes the charger especially suitable for notebooks, Aukey wants to reach especially MacBook users with it. The significantly more compact size alone makes it more attractive than the original Macbook power supply. However, it is also suitable for the Dell XPS 13, the Huawei Matebook 13 or the Lenovo Thinkpad X390.

Aukey 65W Specs

It offers the same performance. MacBook Pro charges the charger relatively quickly, just like the real power adapter. It goes from 50% to 75% in 30 minutes, but it takes another full hour to fully charge. The charger does get warm, of course, but not too warm, so you’d think it would be damaged. Finally, the Aukey Omnia is UL-certified and is equipped with protection mechanisms against overheating and overcharging. By the way, the UL-certificate is from Underwriters Laboratories, an independent organisation.

Aukey Omnia 65W USB C charger

But not only notebooks charge with 65W, also smartphones like the Realme X50 Pro can now be charged with 65W. However, the X50 Pro cannot be charged via the 65W port, for example, because Realme’s Dart Charge requires a higher current of 6.5A. The Aukey Omnia only manages half that.

Charge notebook and smartphones at the same time

The maximum output is 65W, but the second port of the USB-C charger can also charge quickly with 18W and is intended for smartphones. So if you want to charge notebook and smartphone at the same time, specifically Macbook and iPhone, you have to do without some power in the port for the notebook. Then the notebook only charges with a maximum of 45W, thus 15V 3A. Similar to the 65W port, the 18W charging focuses on the Apple target group, as current iPhones can only be charged with a maximum of 18W. Nevertheless, a Redmi Note 9S can also be charged quickly, which takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Aukey Omnia 65W Charger in hand
Two becomes one! The Omnia replaces my Notebook & Smartphone charger!

The USB-A output of the Aukey Omnia with USB-C and USB-A port delivers with 5V/2,4A only 12W power, but can also be used in parallel. In this case the USB-C port also only provides 45W. This is a bit less power than the USB-C version, but 12W is of course sufficient for less power-hungry gadgets like Bluetooth headphones or Smartwatches.


In my opinion, the Charger is less a revolution than the logical continuation of the previous development. Aukey has already delivered good to very good products, and the new Charger is even faster. Compared to the RAVPower 65W USB-C charger, there is not much to do, in practice I did not notice any differences between the two devices. With Aukey you only have a little more choice, because you also get a 65W charger with 2 USB-C ports.

The Aukey Omnia 65W USB-C charger is a good and unspectacular charger that shines with its compact size and performance and saves one from carrying two chargers around in everyday life. Whether you choose Aukey or RAVPower, I would purely depend on the price.

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