Anker QC3 5-Port USB PowerPort Speed 5 51.5W Wall Charger £22.49 (with code) @ Amazon, sold by AnkerDirect - HotUKDeals
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Anker QC3 5-Port USB PowerPort Speed 5 51.5W Wall Charger £22.49 (with code) @ Amazon, sold by AnkerDirect

£22.49 @ Amazon
Just been emailed this deal - hope it's of use to at least some of you! I'm a big Anker fan and always appreciate the impeccable customer service should I have any issues. Over £20, so qualifie… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Just been emailed this deal - hope it's of use to at least some of you!

I'm a big Anker fan and always appreciate the impeccable customer service should I have any issues.

Over £20, so qualifies for free UK delivery.


REMEMBER TO USE CODE LKLF84GU at the checkout.

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Anker PowerPort Speed 5 with Quick Charge 3.0
The Accelerated 5-Port USB Charging Hub


From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
• Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
• 20 million+ happy users and counting

Fast-Charging Technology
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 delivers charging speeds up to 4X faster than standard chargers. Anker's proprietary PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge to non-Quick Charge devices.

Premium Design
Hard-wearing matte exterior resists scuffs and scratches. High-gloss detailing and the cool-blue USB port gives a sleek look to this powerful device.

Advanced Safety Features
Anker's exclusive MultiProtect system provides surge protection, short circuit prevention, temperature control, and more to deliver unbeatable protection to you and your devices.

Worry-Free Warranty
At Anker, we believe in our products. That's why we back them all with an 18-month warranty and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.
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#1
Usb-c is the new one, isn't it? That you can put the cable in either way.
#2
Amazon either put wrong image or wrong description. This one from the picture clearly doesn't have usb c port. I got the same email as well.
#3
Yes it does, the blue port is for QC3 used by the USB-C connector.
#4
is that cheap? got a 6 port double QC 60W aukey one the other day for a tenner less

usb-c i thought was just a standard usb socket for charging that takes 3A? if port is usb and supplies the voltage then...?
though looking at another charger it does look different so bit odd!


Edited By: brilly on Jan 05, 2017 00:25: .
#5
M_z
Usb-c is the new one, isn't it? That you can put the cable in either way.
That's right
#6
My partner has the Pixel which charged by USB-C.The cable that came with it is USB-C to USB-C, so I would assume that the picture is wrong. There should be one USB port less, replaced with a USB-C port
1 Like #7
Kyballion
Yes it does, the blue port is for QC3 used by the USB-C connector.

No, that's a USB-A port. The ones with USB-C look like this :
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/419KeAMZKnL.jpg
#8
looks like the code has expired now unfortunately
1 Like #9
nublets2k
Kyballion
Yes it does, the blue port is for QC3 used by the USB-C connector.
No, that's a USB-A port. The ones with USB-C look like this :https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/419KeAMZKnL.jpg

With USB-C, you can use a USB-C to USB-C cable, OR a USB-C to standard USB-A cable. It then just depends what the plug (or in this case Anker port) can handle. So the blue one on this device would take a USB-A to USB-C cable, which will quick charge your USB-C device.
1 Like #11
brilly
is that cheap? got a 6 port double QC 60W aukey one the other day for a tenner less
usb-c i thought was just a standard usb socket for charging that takes 3A? if port is usb and supplies the voltage then...?
though looking at another charger it does look different so bit odd!

USB C is just a connector, but there are associated specs that mean you can pass a lot of different things over that connector, in the same way that a regular USB 2.0 port can be used for cameras, networking, media players, usb drives, printers, providing power, external monitors etc.

In this case you've got the quick charge 3 protocol running over USB-C (though it can also use USB-A). It'll negotiate between the device and the charger to run more than 5V over the power pins. Note that this method's on the way out as the USB Implementers Forum (the people who made it and use it) ban changing the voltage on those pins, with good reason, a faulty charger could fry a device if it's expecting 5V but gets 20V. USB Power Delivery is the recommended standard and Quick Charge 4 will be compatible with this (in fact it'll pretty much be this).

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