While it may not have the highest capacity, the Amoner IW1801 does a good job of refueling mobile phones safely. That’s thanks to its 2-amp maximum per Type-A connector and its intelligent charging technology that detects a device’s power requirements.
- Sold in a pack of 2
- Very affordable
- Maxes out at 15 watts
It’s not the most recent release, but at only about $20, the Nekteck 4UT01 is an economical option for keeping phones, tablets, and notebooks up and running. It includes an e-marked, two-sided, Type-C cable that’s capable of handling up to 100 watts safely.
- 60 watts of usb-c power delivery
- 3 type-a sockets
- Tends to get warm during heavy use
Anker PowerPort Speed 5
Able to deliver up to 18 volts each through two of its outputs, the Anker PowerPort Speed 5 can get compatible devices up to 80 percent in just 30 minutes. It’s relatively affordable for a five-port model and is backed by a reassuring 18-month warranty.
- Removable power cord
- Velcro straps for cable management
- No usb-c socket
Anker PowerPort Atom PD 2
The Anker PowerPort Atom PD 2 splits 60 watts between two USB-C devices, allowing you to juice up an iPhone at the same time as a MacBook with relative efficiency. Its small size and folding plug make it a good choice for those who travel a lot.
- Uses the power delivery protocol
- Warranty period is above average
- Doesn't come with a cable
Two Type-A ports that both support the official Qualcomm Quick Charge, or QC 3.0, protocol help to set the Aukey PA-T16 apart from the crowd. It’s suitable for use with most of the newest phones, including those made by Samsung and Motorola.
- Compact construction
- Total output of up to 39 watts
- Not ideal for iphones
One Type-A and four Type-C sockets on the Nekteck 5UT01 allow you to keep various devices topped up at the same time. It puts out up to 87 watts using the Power Delivery protocol in addition to the 12-watt output common to USB connections.
- Includes an e-marked cable
- 2-year warranty
- Doesn't support qualcomm qc
When you need to recharge several devices at once, but don’t want to wait forever, check out the Aukey PA-T11 . Two of its six Type-A sockets are capable of using Qualcomm’s QC 3.0 standard, while the other four offer the typical maximum of 12 watts.
- Detachable power cable
- Over-current protection
- Reasonable price
Anker PowerPort Atom III Dual
If you have a recent 2-in-1 notebook PC and a cutting-edge smartphone, the Anker PowerPort Atom III Dual can refuel both of them simultaneously, thanks to its PowerIQ versions 2 and 3 controller chips, which increase voltage levels when used with compatible devices.
- Gallium nitride converter
- Maximum capacity of 60 watts
- Works well with the macbook pro
Sabrent AX Series
The Sabrent AX Series is worth a look for those with a large collection of battery-powered electronics, as it’s offered with 5, 6, 8, or 10 ports and optional Type-C connectors with a maximum Power Delivery output of 87 watts.
- Surge protection
- Prevents overcharging
- Suitable for international use
Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim
A 45-watt Power Delivery output means the Anker PowerPort Atom III Slim can accommodate a variety of today’s most compact laptops. The gallium nitride composition of its internal components allows it to provide more efficient power without producing much heat.
- Less than an inch thick
- Weighs about 5 ounces
- Advanced circuit protection