Solved Recommendations About Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0 Technology

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  1. AndroidTech

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    Car charging is the type of charging that is used the least and that can mostly be because not too many people know about it or find value with it. That can be a big mistake though as we drive a lot during our day whether it’s for commuting to work, from work, going to the grocery store or heading out on a road trip, a car charger can be very useful to have. There are many types of car chargers on the market currently as it’s the method of charging that has been growing rapidly and with that said, you can have anywhere from just single port to possibly 6 USB charging ports with a car charger.

    One of the ways that make car chargers a very viable method of charging is the use of Quick Charge and that’s because Quick Charge tech is able to charge Quick Charge compatible devices at their max power. Recent days, most popular Quick charge technology is Qualcomm Quick charge 3.0.

    Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology has revolutionalised charging speeds for compatible smart phones and tablets. As more and more latest smartphones and power banks become QC 3.0 compatible, users can expect to top-up their devices’ batteries from zero to 80% in as little as 30-35 minutes.

    Some of the latest smart phones supporting QC 3.0 are Galaxy S7, S6, and S6 Edge, Edge Plus, Note 4 and Note 5, LG G4 and G5, HTC One M8 and Nexus 6 etc.

    Quick charge is backward compatible. Meaning QC3 can charge QC2 devices and QC1 devices too. When the device connects to the charger some sort of inline serial communication happens signaling THE CHARGER whether its is a QC2/QC1 device so that the charger delivers the required voltage and amperes.

    Now that you know just how useful Quick Charge car chargers are, we had brought together some of the best Quick Charge car chargers together to let you know what’s best to use for when you’re going to work or on a long road trip.

    Anker PowerDrive+ 1

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    From one of the most well-known charging tech companies on the market, Anker is the creator of this PowerDrive+ 1 car charger. It uses just a single Quick Charge 3.0 port to charge Quick Charge 3.0 and also Quick Charge 2.0 compatible devices at their max power. So it’s important to know that Quick Charge tech is backward compatible and so you’re able to charge your QC 3.0 and QC 2.0 devices at their max power with the same Quick Charge charger. Another part to know about this charger is that it has a standard charging speed of 5V/2.4A for Non-Compatible Quick Charge devices, so you’re able to charge most other smartphones and tablets at their max power too.

    Getting this car charger means that you’re backed by Anker’s 18-Month Warranty but even so, you’re backed by its CE, FCC, and ROHS certifications that this car charger has which gives it a lot of protection from malfunction. Also, the design of the PowerDrive+ 1 is great as it has a LED light above its USB port and that lets you know that it’s ready to charge.

    Anker PowerDrive Speed 2 Ports

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    Anker’s PowerDrive Speed 2-port car charger is one of the best 2-port Quick Charge car chargers on the market and that’s because it has two ports that use Quick Charge. So you’re able to charge two Quick Charge devices at their max power at the same time. Also, each of the ports is able to charge Non-Compatible Quick Charge devices too, and when you do so, each of the USB ports is able to output a charging speed of 5V/2.4A so you can potentially charge 2 iPads at their max power at the same time.

    The build quality of the PowerDrive Speed 2 is great as it has a kind of Carbon mesh structure where the USB ports are and design is beautiful as it has blue LED lights around each of the USB ports that can make finding the ports in the dark a lot easier.

    TATTU 30w Quick Charge 3.0 Car Charger 2 Ports

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    As a famous battery brand in the RC field, TATTU may be is unfamiliar to you, but these days, they are released some electronics, like power banks, wall chargers, car chargers and all of the best price to performance ratio.

    There aren’t a lot of pieces of technology that you can buy for $9.99 that provide you with as much peace of mind at this Tattu quick charge car charger does. That’s really a budget for those want to experience the fast charging speed of Qualcomm QC 3.0, which promises to get your device up to 80 percent in just 35 minutes of charging. Tattu QC 3.0 car charger also has multiple safety function, such as voltage Protection, Over current Protection, Over charge Protection. And more important is it made of fire resistant materials, it’s more safe when you are charging. Two ports pump out 30 watts of power can charge two devices at the same time. Has power LED ring indicator, so you can easily find them in the dark and its smart ports automatically optimize charging speed.

    Aukey 2-Port Car Chargers

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    Aukey also has similar car chargers to Anker’s PowerDrive Speed 2 and that’s because they have two car chargers that also have two USB ports that feature Quick Charge. That said, Aukey has one version that features two Quick Charge 2.0 ports and another car charger that has two Quick Charge 3.0 ports. So if you’re someone that owns a Quick Charge 2.0 smartphone or another device then it makes more sense to purchase the one that features two Quick Charge ports. That said, if you want more of a future proof car charger then it’s best to choose the Quick Charge 3.0 car charger as it’s compatible with both Quick Charge 2.0 and 3.0 devices.

    Anker PowerDrive+ 4

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    The first 4-Port car charger we have in this guide is quite fancy and that’s this PowerDrive+ 4 from Anker. It has 3 main different charging options. It actually has a USB-C port that can be used to charge the USB-C compatible device by using a USB-C to USB-C charging cable. It has two standard USB ports that each have a charging speed of 5V/2.4A. Lastly, it has a Quick Charge 3.0 port that is able to charge Quick Charge compatible devices at their max power. Finally, what makes this an Anker car charger an absolute PowerHouse is that it has a max output of 54W and that translates over to 10.8A.

    Even with all that powerful tech, Anker still manages to add in an Aluminum USB port end and it also has a Red LED light that goes around the car charger that makes it look awesome and easy to find at night.
     
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    I went this one because I liked the color :D. It also keeps up with my Pixel 2 and the wife's OnePlus 5T on long drives.
     
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    I got an Aukey one on Amazon for cheap since it was a daily deal.