4 Ports Usb Wall Charger with Folding Plug

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Specs:
4 USB ports two, two Amp and two, one Amp
Blue LED (Indicates there is power to the USB ports)
The casing is made of plastic

Design:
It looks nice being colored black it matches most travel electronics I have. The ability to fold in the wall plug prongs is very nice and provides protection when carrying it in my travel bag. The plastic it is made of feels durable and being pretty small for a USB hub it is perfect for traveling.

I can compare this to the EasyAcc 5 port USB charging hub. The DiGiYes hub has two slots at two amps where the EasyAcc only has one so I would recommend this to people that may travel with multiple tablets or more than one item that requires a two amp USB hub. One problem I have with this charger is that it maxes output at 4 amps when the EasyAcc charger has a total max output of 7 amps allowing for more devices being charged at once.
Overall this charger is very nice I use it a lot especially when traveling it is perfect for hotels that don’t provide any ports and have few wall outlets.

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Travel-Sized Multi Ports Desktop USB Charger with U-station Design

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This device is perfect for me someone with a family that all need to use a USB charger at once!

Having 4 ports to a single outlet is great and it sits flat allowing for easy changing of cables and allows for you to just leave it and not worry about it. The covers provide good protection from dust or water (especially if used in a kitchen) they also protect the ports from objects falling into them. I have dropped it, but the only thing that happened to it was a little scratch on the corner.
Charging:
When charging multiple devices I notice only a small change in the time for each individual device to charge and that was only a few minutes. It has four ports three of them are one amp and one of these is MFi certified for iPhones and iPods providing faster charging for those phones. The fourth port is an iPad or tablet MFi 2.4 amp certified port for fast charging of iPads.
Overall this hub is great for charging multiple devices and looks good at the same time.

I can compare this to the EasyAcc 5 port charger I would prefer the EasyAcc because it has 5 ports and more Amp measurements. They are about the same size without the cable this one has.

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USB 3.0 4-Port Compact SuperSpeed Hub with USB 3.0 Cable

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This is perfect for people who use laptops especially when you only have 3 ports and when you use a bluetooth dongle and wireless mouse taking up two of the three ports it gives you three extra while also being USB 3.0. When transferring data from one port to another on the Hub the speeds are great and will suffice for average transfers from one flash to another. It is also backwards compatible. The red light on it indicates the power to the device which is nice when troubleshooting why it wouldn’t work (I forgot to plug it into my desktop pc when looking for the plugged in devices lol)
The overall design is great but one thing I would like is if the cable from the computer to the hub was longer for my desktop PC but it is perfect for my laptop. One thing to look out for is that for some USB devices it may be hard to plug in and unplug but one thing I did to fix this is when plugging in the cord or drive I would slightly angle the USB end while plugging it in while being careful not to damage the hub. This hub is also nice and compact unlike some I have had before this one doesn’t need a power cable and works with one USB port.
After using this for a few days I would say its one of the best 3.0 hubs I have used it can also just be used as a charging hub too.

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