Though technology has advanced significantly, no device has yet been manufactured to function without the need for regular charging. There are many different USB chargers available in the market with different sets of features. But what are the best quality and high output USB chargers for any device? Here are some things to consider when choosing a USB charger that best suits your needs.
1. High AMP Output
Basic USB amperage outputs are 1A, 2.1A, and 2.4A. All USB devices will charge on lower amperage ports, but devices with large batteries require a longer amount of time to recharge completely on lower amperages. For larger batteries, you will want to have some higher amperage ports for recharging. A good USB power charger would provide you with at least 2.1 Amps (or 2100 mA) per USB port. This is so that you can also charge your Android tablets and iPads at their optimal speed since smartphones usually only require 1.0 Amps (or 1000 mA). So if you’re looking for the highest performing dual USB charger, you want to look for a 4.8A USB car charger. This means that each USB port provides 2.4 Amps, which is more than sufficient to charge two iPads simultaneously. On the other hand, if the Amp output per USB port is below 2.1 Amps per USB port, the charger would do well charging two smartphones, but not as much with two tablets.
2. Multiple USB Ports
For someone with multiple devices, using a car charger with only a single port could prove to be a major hindrance. A USB charger with multiple ports can save you a lot of time and frustration from having to remember to switch off between powering different devices. It also saves you from the awkward situation of accidentally hanging up on a call because your phone went out of battery. Additionally, it allows everyone on the ride to have a chance at powering up their USB devices.