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Anker PowerDrive Speed+ Duo 42W 2-Port USB Car Charger w/ 30W Power Deliver EXPIRED

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Anker 42W PowerDrive Speed+ Duo [amazon.com], 2 Port USB Car Charger with 30W Power Delivery - $16.99 (Price Drop)
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The photos on amazon look really fansnatic.
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Are these the ones made in China?
The orange ones are made in Belgium. The pink ones are made in the USA. The transparent ones are made in space
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I dont think this fast chargers iphone x even with the apple usb c to ligtehning cable. read the review !!
This is correct. I purchased this charger along with a genuine Apple USB-C to lightening cable and I can confirm that it does NOT fast charge my iPhone X. iPhone fast charging is indicated by a second 'beep' and a second pulse of the battery icon about 5 seconds after the initial one that happens when you first attach the phone to power.
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This is correct. I purchased this charger along with a genuine Apple USB-C to lightening cable and I can confirm that it does NOT fast charge my iPhone X. iPhone fast charging is indicated by a second 'beep' and a second pulse of the battery icon about 5 seconds after the initial one that happens when you first attach the phone to power.
I heard after the iOS update. They remove the beep
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This is correct. I purchased this charger along with a genuine Apple USB-C to lightening cable and I can confirm that it does NOT fast charge my iPhone X. iPhone fast charging is indicated by a second 'beep' and a second pulse of the battery icon about 5 seconds after the initial one that happens when you first attach the phone to power.
I tested on the iPhone xs. With a 18w pd. 55 percent in 30 minutes. With a 2.4 amp 45 percent in 30 mins
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Yup...all I wanted to know was whether, given the specs, they should be considered the same. And obviously it can't be "proven" without buying them both, but that's why I was asking, though you kept replying without answering the actual question. Thanks though, I got it.
He answered it in his very first response. You are just too stupid to realize it.
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Do you know what PD is and how it is different from QC?
PD was designed to powercharge Iphones and newer IPads, and power macbooks. It was to compete with QC 3.0 that will only work with Samsung based products. PD is the only protocol out there to fast charge IPhone, and I believe it charges at 18w, whereas normal charging won't go past 7.5watt. PD doesn't really do anything special for Samsung just as QC won't do much for iPhone. They will charge each other but not at full capacity. This is based on what I have read on Anker's product website.
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PD was designed to powercharge Iphones and newer IPads, and power macbooks. It was to compete with QC 3.0 that will only work with Samsung based products. PD is the only protocol out there to fast charge IPhone, and I believe it charges at 18w, whereas normal charging won't go past 7.5watt. PD doesn't really do anything special for Samsung just as QC won't do much for iPhone. They will charge each other but not at full capacity. This is based on what I have read on Anker's product website.
Wow. You know you could have just Googled "Power Delivery" to get the correct answer instead of just making stuff up.
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