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Anker MINI Dual Port USB Charger, Super Compact Wall Charger, 2.4A £7.99 Prime / £12.48 non-Prime Sold by AnkerDirect & Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker MINI Dual Port USB Charger, Super Compact Wall Charger, 2.4A £7.99 Prime / £12.48 non-Prime Sold by AnkerDirect & Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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Firstly this isn't going to break charging speed records, it's 12W combined (max 2.4A), but it is very small, perfect as a travel charger on the train etc. It doesn't support PD/QC.

You might be able to find faster charges at this price/size from no-name brands, but Anker has proven reliable in the power/battery space, hence for things that can cause fire hazards or risk to life or equipment it is best to be safe!

Features:

  • Exclusive Technology: Anker's world-famous PowerIQ detects your devices and adjusts voltage output accordingly, delivering a tailored, optimized charge.
  • Simultaneous Charging: Charge any 2 devices at the same time; phones, tablets, headphones, portable chargers, and more (does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge).
  • Travel Ready: Smaller than a golf ball, this charger is the ultimate travel companion.
  • Superior Safety: Anker's MultiProtect 11-point safety system provides all-round protection for you and your devices.
  • What You Get: PowerPort mini compact wall charger, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
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It's pretty small but rather limited. Big fan of Anker gear though.
I've bought my daughter a laser light for xmas that has to be plugged into a USB port. Would this work do you think?
If only this had four outlets
Be79n03/12/2019 13:41

If only this had four outlets


I think they are trying to make it compact. If it did have four outlets for the same size, it would still be 12W, 2.4A shared across four ports, then people would complain how slow it chargers. They even claimed they removed the LED indicator to save space!
hotphoenix3003/12/2019 13:31

I've bought my daughter a laser light for xmas that has to be plugged into …I've bought my daughter a laser light for xmas that has to be plugged into a USB port. Would this work do you think?



Any USB device will work, just bear in mind the max power output is at 5V, 2.4A. If the lights pull 2.4A or lower, yes.
Be79n03/12/2019 13:41

If only this had four outlets


Perhaps this is what you're looking for? amazon.co.uk/Len…BH/
3 port with QC 3.0 but I'm usually very careful with power supplies from unknown brands especially if left plugged in overnight.
Thank you, a bit fan of the trusted Anker brand though when it comes to safely charging devices over night.
should be good for older Raspberry Pis 0/1/2/3 I think? (maybe not Rpi4 though which I think works best with 3A plugs?)
kowalski03/12/2019 22:06

should be good for older Raspberry Pis 0/1/2/3 I think? (maybe not Rpi4 …should be good for older Raspberry Pis 0/1/2/3 I think? (maybe not Rpi4 though which I think works best with 3A plugs?)



Yeah, get a short thick cables (basically a genuine 3A cable) for best results so the voltage doesn't drop. I already had no end of trouble with the RPi 3+ when I wasn't paying attention to the cables. Not had a chance to tinker with the RPi 4 yet, had it since July, still boxed.
RatherCurious03/12/2019 22:52

Yeah, get a short thick cables (basically a genuine 3A cable) for best …Yeah, get a short thick cables (basically a genuine 3A cable) for best results so the voltage doesn't drop. I already had no end of trouble with the RPi 3+ when I wasn't paying attention to the cables. Not had a chance to tinker with the RPi 4 yet, had it since July, still boxed.


LibreELEC, Pi-Hole, VPN, Magic Mirror, RetroPie. Plenty of fun projects to have go at over Xmas
kowalski04/12/2019 00:29

LibreELEC, Pi-Hole, VPN, Magic Mirror, RetroPie. Plenty of fun projects to …LibreELEC, Pi-Hole, VPN, Magic Mirror, RetroPie. Plenty of fun projects to have go at over Xmas



RetroPie for sure! Still no official build compatible with the RPi 4 (I have a beta if I get too impatient). VPN is sorted by an OpenWRT travel router these days. What the Pi could be useful for is a Smart IoT Hub. The Philips Hue hub is hogging up a LAN port and power socket - these types of devices should be powered by USB!
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