Greetings! I notice that you don’t carry desktop chargers anymore, which is a big shame - for me, at least.
I am currently using your PA-Y12 desktop charger, and I am extremely happy with it - it’s properly made, has excellent safety functions, and it’s light and compact for its 72 watts of output. Also, I have never had PD compatibility issues with it - it’s worked perfectly with every device; headphones, phones and laptops from different vendors, also ones that are known to be finicky in this regard.
So why is a compact desktop charger with a 2-pole mains practical for travel as compared to a wall charger?
There is no bulk to be accommodated at the mains socket. If the mains socket is situated, let’s say, in a channel underneath a desk, it will usually be impractical and many times impossible to fit a wall charger, even if it is compact.
You can have a long, but slim 2-pole mains cable that will deliver - in this context - unlimited amounts of power to the charger, being at mains voltage. The USB cables - which will carry 5 to 20 volts, and thus require increased conductor area to deliver more power, generally become beefy, stiff and rather expensive for long runs.
In my experience, travelling a lot for my work, I strongly prefer having a longer and more easily insertable 2-pole mains, and shorter USB cables. That’s usually preferrable whether in an office, a hotel or indeed a friend’s house.
In contrast to the pictures accompanying the nice new series of wall charges, the mains socket is almost never within hand’s reach - and if it is, I still find that I need a good total length of cable to route it properly under the desk, for example.
So, I’m very pleased with my PA-Y12, but I wish you would continue to offer desktop chargers for the reasons stated above. In fact, I was visiting your site with the intention of buying more of your stuff, being properly engineered and at the very top of the heap quality- and technology-wise. But I really do want a desktop charger…