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The new Aukey Omnia Mini 20W PD is unbelievably small. It's a cube a little more than an inch square, packs a single USB-C power capable of outputting 20W of power. That single USB-C port is compatible with both Power Delivery 3.0 and Quick Charge 2.0 standards, so you get the best of both worlds in a single package.
Perfect for the home, office, or charging on the road.
The MSRP of the Aukey Omnia Mini 20W PD is $14.99, but head over to Amazon.com and used the code ZLR7TRBI and you'll pick it up for $11.99 (offer ends 09/30/2020 12:01 AM PDT).