Choetech 5-port Quick Charge 3.0 USB charger review


One can never be too rich, too thin, or have too many USB charging options. I think that’s a real saying. If not, it should be. Choetech thinks it is and has created the Q3-5U multiport USB charger to address the glaring need for more ports.

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The unit is a very simple, efficient black block, 9″ x 1.5″ x 2.125″. The removable figure-8 power cord fits into one end, just below a small on-off switch. Across the narrow top, there are 5 USB ports spaced nicely with no obstructions. You can fit pretty much any type of USB-charging device onto this bad boy.

There is a generous non-slip pad on the bottom, which both protects your furniture and also prevents any “travel” of your device while in use.


There’s not a lot more to say: it fits flush on whatever surface you sit it on, charges through each port, and can handle all the main currents popular right now: 5V 3A, 9V 2A, and 12V 1.5A. Charge your iPad, iPhone, extra power brick, Android device, plug in a connector to your Qi disc, Apple Watch puck, or anything else. They will all get the power they need.

If you’re looking for something to put in a coffee shop, board room, break room, reception area, or your den/family room, this is the unit to get. I just wish it had mounting slots. I’ve seen tables with power outlets built into the rear, so you could plug in a light, clock, radio or whatever. This could be used to make this table more current. Use your imagination, and post your ideas in the comments!

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Source: The sample for this review was provided by Choetech. Please visit their site for more info and Amazon to order one.


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Product Information

Price:$80.00 MSRP
Manufacturer:Choetech
Retailer:Amazon
Requirements:
  • 110 W power port, device that needs USB power.
Pros:
  • clean lines and overcharge circuitry
  • Small size
  • Power switch
Cons:
  • Long
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