AiPower Adaptive Charging Technology: Powered by CRDC’s exclusive AiPower charging technology, it provides the safest and fastest charging for your devices with a dedicated output of 2.4A per AiPower port.
QC3.0 Fast Charging Technology: Qualcomm’s patented QC3.0 fast charging technology offers your devices up to 4x faster charging than a regular charger and allows you to charge them up to 70% in only 30 minutes. Its QC3.0 port also supports Apple 2.4A and Huawei FCP fast charging and delivers the fastest charging speed up to 18W.
Massive Power and Universal Compatibility: Its QC 3.0 Port and four AiPower ports combine to pump out 55.5W power to let you simultaneously charge five devices. It can refuel almost all USB devices, including smartphones, tablets, iPhone, iPad Pro, and Samsung.
Travel Ready: The compact size and international compatibility (100-240V input) make this portable charger an ideal travel or daily companion. A 2.6ft (80cm) detachable power cable allows you to easily charge your devices even when you are far from an AC outlet.
Safety Features: Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging for the safest and fastest charging.
AYes. We used it to charge an iPad mini 4, each of its five ports delivered 12W charging speed. When we connected an Anker PowerCore II 10000 into its QC3.0 port, it outputted 17.7W power. So, it can deliver the fastest-possible charging to old Apple devices and QC devices.
AThat depends on what devices you want to charge. It has the maximum output power of 55.5W. In our testing, it could charge a QC3.0 device, an iPad, two iPhones, and a set of Bluetooth headphones at full speed.
AYes, but we don’t recommend doing so. Since the maximum single-port output power is only 12W or 18W, it cannot refuel large-power laptops rapidly enough to compensate for the large power consumption when you are working on them.
AQuick Charge 3.0 (QC 3.0) is Qualcomm’s exclusive fast-charging technology. It can deliver QC devices the fastest-possible charging up to 18W power. To reach this charging speed, both the charger and your device should support QC3.0 fast charging. QC3.0 devices include Samsung S8/S8+, Google Pixel/Pixel 2, HTC U11 and Xiaomi MI 6.
ANo, it only supports Qualcomm QC3.0/2.0/1.0, Huawei FCP and Apple 2.1A/2.4A fast charging. However, in our testing, each of its five ports offered up to 10W power to a regular device that doesn’t support the fast charging protocols above.
AAiPower is CRDC’s exclusive fast-charging technology. It intelligently recognizes the required current of your devices and matches the optimal current for safe and efficient charging. Our tests showed that an AiPower port could output up to 12W power.