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Anker PowerPort 10 60W 10 Port USB Wall Charger £19.95 @ MyMemory
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Anker PowerPort 10 60W 10 Port USB Wall Charger £19.95 @ MyMemory

£19.95 Free P&P FreeMyMemory Deals
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Posted 8th May
Down from £29.99 on the MyMemory Website & £28.99 on Amazon
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PowerPort 10 ports

The ultimate charging station

From America's leading USB charging brand
- Faster and safer charging with our leading technology
- 10 million+ happy users and counting

Ultra powerful
Ten ports pump out 60 watts of power, enabling simultaneous
multi-device charging.

Advanced charging technology
Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to ensure the
fastest possible charge speed (Does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge).

MultiProtect safety system
Surge protection, temperature control and more advanced safety
features keep you and your devices safe.

High efficiency
Awarded the highest energy efficiency rating (DOE 6) by the US Dept.
of Energy.

Super compact
The Anker PowerPort 10 is one of the most compact multi-port USB
chargers on the market.

For Optimal Use:
- Use your original cable or a third-party certified one (such as MFi).
- Compatible with iPhones and iPads, Android smartphones and tablets and other USB-charged devices.

Specifications:
Input: AC 100-240V
USB Output: 5V / 12A (total)
Size: 112 x 68 x 27mm
Weight: 390g
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tophert8508/05/2020 23:28

So you thought you would waste more of your time by commenting?


I thought I'd point out it's not very useful.
Seems bit limited, 10 low power ports. Despite initially thinking cool, I can't think of realistic home use for it.
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Seems bit limited, 10 low power ports. Despite initially thinking cool, I can't think of realistic home use for it.
Pondlife08/05/2020 23:21

Seems bit limited, 10 low power ports. Despite initially thinking cool, I …Seems bit limited, 10 low power ports. Despite initially thinking cool, I can't think of realistic home use for it.



So you thought you would waste more of your time by commenting?
tophert8508/05/2020 23:28

So you thought you would waste more of your time by commenting?


I thought I'd point out it's not very useful.
Pondlife08/05/2020 23:46

I thought I'd point out it's not very useful.


Surely as with any purchase the person buying would decide this for themselves
Niz09/05/2020 00:47

Surely as with any purchase the person buying would decide this for …Surely as with any purchase the person buying would decide this for themselves


So you've not thought of one either.
Niz09/05/2020 00:47

Surely as with any purchase the person buying would decide this for …Surely as with any purchase the person buying would decide this for themselves


How is someone giving advice on, if something is worth purchasing and basing it on facts a bad thing?
Edited by: "Jed-s" 9th May
It's basically only 2 amps per port, unless one of the devices negociates a higher current in which case the amount the others can draw will be less. It's a pity it doesn't support quick charge at all. Quick charge 3, I presume.
jasee09/05/2020 08:45

It's basically only 2 amps per port, unless one of the devices negociates …It's basically only 2 amps per port, unless one of the devices negociates a higher current in which case the amount the others can draw will be less. It's a pity it doesn't support quick charge at all. Quick charge 3, I presume.


So would it be suitable for charging many devices?
Jed-s09/05/2020 08:51

So would it be suitable for charging many devices?



Of course, but the question is how fast? That depends on what it is connected to
jasee09/05/2020 08:54

Of course, but the question is how fast? That depends on what it is …Of course, but the question is how fast? That depends on what it is connected to


Maybe wireless earphones, vape and phone
Pondlife09/05/2020 01:12

So you've not thought of one either.


Led lights, fans, smart mirrors, overnight charging for power banks, to name a few off the top of my head.
Keiran_Blackwell09/05/2020 09:50

Led lights, fans, smart mirrors, overnight charging for power banks, to …Led lights, fans, smart mirrors, overnight charging for power banks, to name a few off the top of my head.


You need to charge 10 of them in one place at one time? You're reaching.
jasee09/05/2020 08:45

It's basically only 2 amps per port, unless one of the devices negociates …It's basically only 2 amps per port, unless one of the devices negociates a higher current in which case the amount the others can draw will be less. It's a pity it doesn't support quick charge at all. Quick charge 3, I presume.


It's less than that. If all ports in use it's 1.2 amps per port. 5x1.2x10=60.
Pondlife09/05/2020 01:12

So you've not thought of one either.


40689847.jpgI have a 6 port at the moment and I still change out cables, this would have been ideal, I'm not going to get it as what I have would go waste unless I could give mine a new home. Charging speed is not a concern for me, I'm in no rush for most items and for the ones that do need a fast charge I have a separate charger for.

Point is I'm not going to tell someone else not to get something just because I can't see a use for it.
Edited by: "Niz" 9th May
Jed-s09/05/2020 07:41

How is someone giving advice on, if something is worth purchasing and … How is someone giving advice on, if something is worth purchasing and basing it on facts a bad thing?


Telling someone they don't need 10 ports is not facts or good advice, charging speeds is good information.
I'm using one of these and it's perfect device, especially for travel. While not providing latest "ultra-hiper-super-blazing-fast-mine-is-faster-than-yours" charging, can charge multiple devices in reasonable time. Can charge all devices for entire family, and when travelling abroad you just need cheap cable with local standard plug. I know it's hardly useful this year, but stil...
I'm having it in my home "charging point" - powerbanks, smartwatches, cameras etc not using quick charging at all. Having connected 10 cables with different chargers any family member can always come and just charge his/her gizmo.
Jed-s09/05/2020 09:05

Maybe wireless earphones, vape and phone



It depends on the device AND the charger, they have to agree a speed. Of course all usb devices will charge with this charger. Android phones SHOULD charge faster than just a simple charger (so you may see 'turbo' or 'turbocharging' on the phone) or it may just charge a lot quicker. Apple phones/pads should not charge quicker. Apple developed 'fast charge' or quick charge. That's why it's disappointing that this doesn't support quick charge. OTOH, all my chargers either support turbo charging or quick charging. Some say the two technologies are exclusive. YMMV
I bought two of these and I keep finding it's pot luck as to if they actually charge stuff. Not placing any particularly demanding stuff on it either, just looking to charge a mix of stuff overnight, usually just 3-4 active things connected at once. Not good and will be returning.
Pondlife08/05/2020 23:46

I thought I'd point out it's not very useful.


How is it not very useful?
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