Anker PowerPort 60 W 6-Port Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ Technology £17.98 @ Amazon
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Anker PowerPort 60 W 6-Port Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ Technology £17.98 @ Amazon

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Edited by:"5aq1b"Found 24th Nov
I've been on the lookout for a USB charger like this to reduce clutter. Good price and lowest it's been for a while.


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Manufacturer's Description:
Anker PowerPort 6
Full speed charging for all of your devices

Fast Charging Technology
Exclusive

to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to ensure the fastest

possible charge speed (Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 not supported. For QC

2.0 charging, please see Anker's 18W USB Wall Charger).

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

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

Super Compact
The Anker PowerPort 6 is one of the most compact multi-port USB chargers on the market.

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

UL Certified
Built

with industry grade materials and premium circuitry, this product meets

the rigorous safety standards of Underwriters Laboratories.

For Optimal Use:
- Use your original cable or a third-party certified one (such as MFi).
-

Compatible with the new 12" MacBook, Apple and Android smartphones,

tablets (including the Nexus 7) and other USB-charged devices except for

the iPod nano, iPod Classic, iPod Shuffle, HP TouchPad and Asus

tablets.
- We recommend charging your MacBook while it's turned off or in sleep mode (5-hour recharge time).

3 Comments

M.B.L.2 m ago

Been watching this one; [Quick Charge 3.0] Anker 60W 6-Port, worth the …Been watching this one; [Quick Charge 3.0] Anker 60W 6-Port, worth the extra?


If you have something that takes advantage of Quick Charge 3.0 then maybe, although you are paying £10 to upgrade one port.

salestion6 m ago

If you have something that takes advantage of Quick Charge 3.0 then maybe, …If you have something that takes advantage of Quick Charge 3.0 then maybe, although you are paying £10 to upgrade one port.


So that would be a no :), thanks.

EDIT

Good find poster, hot from me.
Edited by: "M.B.L." 24th Nov
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