We're always after a solid charging solution that offers fast and efficient power to a variety of devices simultaneously. The Tronsmart 4-port car charger stands up to the challenge of keeping every passenger's device at 100%. And most of us can agree that a quiet car is a happy car.
This car charger is fairly slim for having 4 USB ports, measuring 3.5-inches in length and 2-inches in width at the mouth. It's definitely built very well, making it easy to plug into and remove from any cigarette lighter port. A total of 54W is provided when plugged in, 3 ports offering a max of 2.4A each. The lone Quick Charge 2.0 port is painted blue, easily distinguished from the rest. For what it's worth, the smooth exterior doesn't seem to pick up fingerprints at all, which is a nice change from the typical glossy plastic chargers we see.
Keeping all your devices safe from over-charging, along with short-circuit protection is Tronsmart's Volt IQ technology. Once you're plugged in, it automatically identifies the voltage setting of your device and adjusts the output to the safest, yet highest speed. This feature is built-in to all 4 ports, so you never have to guess which one offers the safest route. Bundled with the car charger is a thick 40-inch microUSB cable that's recommended for the Quick Charge 2.0 port, but is certainly sufficient for the other 3 as well. It's also important to mention that there's no LED inside this charger, which may not be a deal-breaker for some, but many do prefer to have a little glow to their charger for easy access when driving at night.
If you need more chargers for your vehicle, and want a single solution that provides fast speeds to get the job done for any device — Quick Charge 2.0 compatible or not — the Tronsmart 4-port USB car charger is the winning ticket. Its $19.99 price tag is nothing to argue about with its solid quality, safety features, and QC2.0 option.
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