The 60-watt Anker PowerPort is a compact USB-C charger replacement for your Huawei MateBook X Pro. It's well-reviewed, it's reliable, and it's relatively affordable.

Our pick

Anker PowerPort 60 W

A replacement for your MateBook X Pro's charger.

This charger plugs straight into the wall and offers a USB-C port on the front for connecting back to your laptop with 60 W of power. A blue LED on the front lets you know it's working.

Who should buy this replacement charger

Anyone who needs a straight replacement for their MateBook X Pro's charger can definitely benefit from the Anker PowerPort. It keeps things simple with a single USB-C port on the front, and it's small enough to easily fit into a bag or pocket on the side of a laptop sleeve.

Is it a good time to buy this replacement charger?

Yes, if you need a charger for your MateBook X Pro, there's not much sense waiting for an upgraded or better version. This one is proven to work well and is relatively affordable.

Reasons to buy

  • Compact design
  • Offers 60 W of charging power
  • LED on the front gives you charging status
  • 18-month warranty included

Reasons not to buy

  • Can find chargers with extra ports

You don't need to track down an original MateBook X Pro charger

If you misplaced or damaged the charger that originally came with your Huawei MateBook X Pro, you don't have to go through the hassle of tracking down a new, original charger. Thanks to the laptop using USB-C ports to charge, our top pick — the Anker PowerPort — gets the job done and is readily available.

It's compact, it's affordable, and it will charge your MateBook X Pro with up to 60 W of power.

It plugs straight into a power outlet with no extra cable to worry about, and its compact design means you can easily slip it into a laptop bag or the pocket on the side of a sleeve. It has a single LED on the front that lights up when your laptop is charging, and there's a single USB-C port with Power Delivery on the front that offers 60 W of charging power.

Anker's charger is relatively affordable at about $33, and it comes with an 18-month warranty for some peace of mind. As a bonus, it works with a ton of laptops, tablets, and other devices that use USB-C for charging, allowing you to charge some other hardware when your laptop is topped up.

Alternative to the Anker PowerPort 60-watt charger

Anker's PowerPort is the best choice for anyone who needs a standard laptop charger for their MateBook X Pro, but there is an option that can offer three extra USB-A ports for plugging in additional accessories while your laptop charges.

Runner-up

Nekteck four-port charger

One USB-C and three USB-A ports.

It's a bit larger than our top pick due to the extra ports, but this Nekteck charger gives you the ability to connect three other devices that also need charging.

Nekteck's charger offers the same 60-watt charging through its USB-C port, but it also has three USB-A ports with 12 W of charging power. It connects back to the wall outlet with a four-foot cable, and it has a one-year warranty.

Bottom line

The Anker PowerPort 60-watt charger is an ideal replacement for your Huawei MateBook X Pro. It's affordable, it's compact, and it's reliable. It nearly matches the original charger's power output (about 62 W), it comes with an 18-month warranty, and an LED on the front lets you know it's working when you plug it in.

Credits — The team that worked on this guide

Cale Hunt is a full-time writer for Windows Central, focusing mainly on PC hardware and VR. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and when he has some free time you can usually find him practicing guitar or reorganizing his ever-growing library. If you hear him say "Sorry!" it's only because he's Canadian.

Rich Edmonds is a staff reviewer at Windows Central, which means he tests out more software and hardware than he cares to remember. Joining Mobile Nations in 2010, you can usually find him inside a PC case tinkering around when not at a screen fighting with Grammarly to use British words. Hit him up on Twitter: @RichEdmonds.

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