You can never have enough ports for charging your devices, which is why the new and compact Aukey Quick Charge 3.0 USB Charger is a perfect fit for your desktop.
Aukey’s charger comes with 6 ports, two of which include quick charge 3.0 technology, allowing you to boost the power to your devices, which sees them charging to near full capacity at lighting speeds. Having plugged in a couple of iPhones to the quick charge ports and four other devices to the remaining ports, it was amazing to see this tiny box, which is not much bigger than a credit card, handle everything that was thrown at it.
I’ve placed the Aukey Quick Charge 3.0 USB Charger on my desk, adding a little double-sided tape for stability, although it does stand well on its own, it’s just doing this just helps keep it in place when plugging cables in and out.
Generally, my iPad takes a while to charge, however using the included quick charge ports I was able to charge my device very quickly, getting it ready for the kids to wear the battery out all over again. The same can be said for any device I have plugged in so far, especially my iPhone which seems to drain just as fast as I charge it sometimes. At least now I can get it back to near full battery without such a long wait.
As with all Aukey devices, in the box you’ll get a 24 month warranty for your charger, as well as the charger itself, a user manual, the power cord, which has a cable just long enough to run down the back of my desk to the power outlet, leaving enough cable spare it to sit snugly on my desk and a single but short micro USB cable.
This USB charger not only adaptively charges all 5V USB powered devices including Android and Apple devices at up to 2.4A but also has built-in safeguards to protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging. It looks pretty great too.
I’ve no doubt the Aukey Quick Charge 3.0 USB Charger will have a constant place on my desk from now on. It’s so handy to have so many ports free to charge the growing number of devices in my household, the only problem I have now is I need to buy some cables.