Wattage of rear seat USB-c ports?

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Is it possible to charge an i-Pad or MacBook Pro with USB-c ports from the rear seat ports? Or is the wattage too low for anything other than a phone?

 
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Is it possible to charge an i-Pad or MacBook Pro with USB-c ports from the rear seat ports? Or is the wattage too low for anything other than a phone?
I just tried to charge my MACBOOK AIR M1 using the back seat USB-C connections. After an hour, there was no noticeable change in charge on the laptop. I can't speak to the power requirements for IPADs.
 
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I just tried to charge my MACBOOK AIR M1 using the back seat USB-C connections. After an hour, there was no noticeable change in charge on the laptop. I can't speak to the power requirements for IPADs.
Thanks for checking the laptop. The charger for the MacBook Pro is quite a bit larger than the charger for an iPhone or iPad. I will try an iPad when I get my car and update this thread.
 

 
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