Chargers usually only use one type of fast charging technology - be it Qualcomm Quick Charge, OnePlus DashCharge, USB Power Delivery, or something else. If you want something that can charge nearly everything at a fast rate, ZeroLemon's all-in-one brick is for you, and it's $30 off right now from Amazon. Read More
Yesterday I reviewed some of Xtorm's USB-C products and came away pleased but not convinced by the prices. It then occurred to me that a little discount could go a long way in making these prices palatable so I reached out to Xtorm and got y'all a 20% coupon code discount. If you were interested in grabbing something from the company, this makes the products more competitive against other brands.
Xtorm makes EU-compatible (EU plug, 220V) hubs, chargers, and cables. The most interesting to me was the Vigor power hub since it marries one USB-C port, one USB QC 3.0 port, 4 regular 2.4A USB ports, and a Qi wireless charging pad on top. Read More
I really wish that phone manufacturers would make up their minds and choose just one fast charging technology. Some phones use Qualcomm Quick charge, others use a 5V 3A power supply via Type-C (I won't even get started on those who do something else completely different). It's annoying that each group of devices requires a different charger to charge at its peak potential. That is, unless you have one charger that can do both. That's precisely what this AUKEY car charger has, with one port for each charging technology. It's also on sale for more than 50 percent off today when you apply a coupon code. Read More
It's time for another charging product portfolio review, and this time the company we are checking out is Tronsmart. Tronsmart was one of the first accessory manufacturers to embrace the Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 standard when it was introduced. Its product quality and broad selection of QC 2.0 chargers led to Qualcomm choosing a Tronsmart charger as a hero product on its QC 3.0 featured products page.
The Tronsmart QC 3.0 portfolio is quite large, with chargers ranging from a single port all the way up to five ports. Read More
The King Kong of wall chargers is on sale. Tronsmart's massive, and extremely powerful, wall charging station, the Titan, is on sale at Amazon for just $21.99 after applying coupon code TITANUSB at checkout. Yes, that's the code and link right there, you don't even have to finish reading the article!
Oh, you are still here? I guess I better tell you some more about the charger. The Titan sports 5 USB charging ports, and all five of them are QC 2.0 compatible with a total of 10A/90W of charging power. That's Jafar transformed into a genie kind of power.
Sure, it's been on sale before, but this is the lowest price we've ever seen. Read More
Multi-port USB wall charging stations are my favorite new gadgets that I have purchased in the past year. Instead of having to charge devices throughout the house with individual chargers and a tangled nest of cords, I can now charge everything on my kitchen counter, or at my bedside. Beautiful.
We frequently post deals for five port chargers, but they almost never come with MicroUSB cables, leaving you to scrounge up your own, or make another purchase. Today's deal, however, is the complete package. Right now on Amazon, if you purchase an Aukey 5 port 50W/10A charger and a five pack of Auckey 20AWG MicroUSB cables in the same transaction, the cables are included for free – a $9 savings. Read More
Everyone likes a good deal on a charger, and today we've got an Aukey 3-port USB charger with one Quick Charge 2.0 port, and two full 2.4A/5V ports (that's still 12W max on each) for a mere $12.49 after you put in the coupon code "ZP2ATZP2" during checkout. The typical price on this charger is $22.99, and it's not even been out a full month at this point, so this is quite a deal indeed.
Aukey's QuickCharge products are fully certified to meet Qualcomm's spec by one of Qualcomm's partners, so these are the real deal - not some fly-by-night operation. Read More
We really love a good deal here on Android Police, but what we love more is a good freebie. Granted, in this case, you have to buy something and part with your hard-earned cash to get your gift, but you're still eventually getting a gadget for the awesome price of zero bucks. And it's even better when both items are best sellers and really well rated on Amazon. If you're interested, here are the deets.
The speaker in question is Omaker's M4. It's IP54 rated to be shockproof, dustproof, and splashproof. It has Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC to easily connect any Android phone (or other device) and start music playback. Read More
I don't need to ramble on for long to explain how having a wall charger with four USB ports is better than an alternative with only one. It's simple math, really. If you have multiple devices on your desk that all plug into a USB port (phones and tablets, generally), or you and co-workers find yourselves scavenging for free power outlets while traveling, a 4-port USB wall charger can ease your struggle.
EasyAcc currently has a white one on Amazon reduced from $29.99 to $12.99 (it's $13.99 in black). On the back, there's a folding plug that allows for easier storage. On the front, port 1 supplies 5V/1.3A, port 2 can handle 5V/1A, while ports 3 and 4 go up to 5V/2.1A. Read More
If you weren't swayed by Amazon's Bluetooth speakers Gold Box deal or if you're looking for a solution to charge all the new speakers that you just bought, you might be happy to know that the Yubi Power 30W wall charger is being discounted to $8.99 — a whopping 82% off its original MSRP of $49.99.
As with most wall chargers in this category, the Yubi offers several USB outputs with varying amperage. This particular model has 4 ports (nowhere near the 40 ports Yubi that Artem is drooling over, but you're not Artem so you should be happy with just 4, OK?), divided as 2 with a maximum output of 2.1A and the other 2 with 1.5A. If you use all 4 ports together, you should know that the unit can't output more than 6.2A — which is still enough to charge 2 phones and 2 tablets rather efficiently. Read More