COMPATIBILITY


USB-C offers a universal standard for charging any device. From phones to tablets, and from simple accessories to powerful laptops. Unless a device manufacturer explicitly blocks 3rd party chargers, USB-C chargers should work with all devices and accessories.

LAPTOPS


All laptops with USB-C should work with Trust USB-C laptop chargers. For more information about the compatibility of your device, see the table below. Always check the power requirements.

Brand

Compatible model(s)

Incompatible model(s)

Acer

All models (not yet confirmed)

None

Apple

MacBook 12" (2015)

All other Apple models

Asus

All models (not yet confirmed)

None

Dell

All models (not yet confirmed)

None

HP

None

All HP models. HP blocks 3rd party chargers.

Lenovo

All models (not yet confirmed)

None

Toshiba

All models (not yet confirmed)

None

WHAT CHARGER DO I NEED?

Always check the power requirements of your laptop and choose a charger that can offer equal or more power. Also make sure to use a USB-C cable that can handle the power.

PHONES AND TABLETS


All smartphones & tablets with USB-C should work with Trust USB-C chargers. For more information about the compatibility of your device, see the table below.

Brand

Compatible model(s)

Incompatible model(s)

Any smartphone/tablet with USB-C port

All models (not yet confirmed)

None

LG

G5, Nexus 5x

All other models

OnePlus

OnePlus 2

All other models

WHAT CHARGER DO I NEED?

Most phones and tablets with USB-C connection can be charged with a 15W USB-C charger (5V/3A). There are no specific requirements for the USB-C cable. Some smartphones with USB-C connections support QuickCharge 3.0 (QC 3.0) technology (Note that some vendors use a different name for this). According to the official USB standard, QC 3.0 is not allowed on USB-C chargers, so it is important to know that you need a USB-A charger with QC 3.0 support and a USB C-to-A cable to use this charger.

ADVICE


MORE POWER IS OKAY, LESS IS NOT

You can always use a charger that is more powerful than is required by the device. For example, you can use a 120W charger on a laptop that requires 65W or 90W. Or use a 60W charger for a 15W smartphone. Never use a charger that cannot offer the power that is required by your device. For example, do not use a 70W charger on a laptop that requires a 90W charger.

USE A COMPATIBLE CABLE

For charging with up to 15W, any USB-C cable will work. For >15W charging, you will need a cable that supports USB Power Delivery (PD) and is capable of handling more power.

EXTRA INFORMATION

  • If charging is not working, always check the specifications of the cable. Especially for >15W charing you will need a cable that explicitly supports this.
  • With a 60W USB-C laptop charger you can also charge your phone, tablet and other USB-C accessories.
  • By using a USB-A to C cable, you can charge your USB-C device from an older USB-A adapter.
  • Take a look at our special landing page for more information about our USB-C products.

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