Time for another phone charger review. I have several lined up but this time, I thought I’d choose something on the more risky side. A Chinese Noname 10 port charger which supposedly can handle 5v/12A in total. It also has 3.5A ports which could be useful for things like LED lighting!
Recently I reviewed a lot of micro-USB charging cables to see how well they would do during normal charging and using Qualcomm Quick Charge. So I thought I would review another micro-USB cable, this time with some cool lighting effects!
Last review was about the Anker PowerPort 10, today we are stepping it up a notch and I’m reviewing the Orico DUB-12P a 12 port charger which officially supports up to 5v 20A or 100 watt of total output power! Definitely the most powerful USB charger I’ve ever seen! Continue reading Review: Orico DUB-12P, 12 port Phone Charger
Today we have something big, well no, not big, but very powerful! It’s the Anker PowerPort 10. A 10 port phone charger suited for charging all your Android or Apple devices. Will it stand the full load test? Continue reading Review: Anker PowerPort 10, 10 port phone charger
Because of my recent obsession about everything that has to do with USB charging I’m reviewing several USB chargers. First up is the TS-WC3PC from Tronsmart. A 3 port plug style charger with 3 ports, Quick Charge 2.0 and 42 watts of total power. Continue reading Review: Tronsmart 3 port Quick Charge (TS-WC3PC) phone charger
Since I bought the new Asus Transformer Pad I wanted to have some storage to go with it. And because I always want the best available I bought a SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHS-1 64GB. I also believe that buying more expensive now will mean it will last me longer, both in speed and size. So, to test this out I ran some benchmarks on the card.
I recently bought a new tablet, the Asus Transformer Pad (TF701) and since not much information is known about it yet, here are some benchmarks I ran on the tablet! This is a copy of a post I made on the TransformerForums.com website.