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Charging Station for Multiple Devices, USB Charging Dock with Adjustable Dividers, QC 3.0 and SmartIC, iPhone, iPad, Tablet Organizer Stand $25.99 @ Amazon

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*QC 3.0 Fast Charger: Built-in Quick Charge 3.0 port, allows multi QC devices charge up to 75% faster than using conventional chargers.
*10 Port Charger: The charger organizer stand charges up to 10 smartphones or 5 iPads altogether. Rapid charging with Smart IC and BC1.2 technology, provides up to 5V/2.4A each port.
*Adjustable Dividers: The adjustable baffles let you set any width you need, holding your iPads, iPhones and tablet even in bulky cases.
*Certified Safety: Equipped with UL listed, CE, FCC, RoHS Certified Power Supply Adapter. Multi-Protection System protect your devices against over-charging, over-heating, over-voltage, surge and short circuit. Worldwide AC 100-240V input voltage with Rated DOE Level 6 for energy efficiency.
*Worry-Free Service: We offer lifetime technology support. Any confusion or details inquiries are warmly welcomed.



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Make sure to enter code at the checkout to get discount!
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Unitek. Rebadged, check all the others under different names. No cords included.
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Those adjustable dividers keep popping out. Skip this one because you'll be messing with the dividers more than the tablets.
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Do the math first, people! A device that puts out a maximum of 60W can only serve so many devices... Three modern iPads or five modern iPhones already max this charger out. So be careful with your expectations!
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I was looking to buy something like this with QC 3.0.
I decided for a Cosoos that has only 5 ports + 1 QC 3.0 port
We do not charge more than 5 devices at a time. I like to charge them over night so I do not want them to be charged quickly!
I do not like to QC my devices unless it's an emergency. But for real emergency situations, besides this one I'm having a QC 4.0 that will charge my phone from 0 to 50% in 25 minutes.
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Do the math first, people! A device that puts out a maximum of 60W can only serve so many devices... Three modern iPads or five modern iPhones already max this charger out. So be careful with your expectations!
My same thoughts. The sales blurb says 5v/2.4A per port ... But not simultaneously.

Does anyone make a charging station that can charge 3 modern Android phones and 2 tablets without divvying up the power delivery when all available ports are out to task?
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I'm going to argue that going in with the mindset of quick charging is folly... the use case for this is obviously long(er)-period storage (after school, work, bedtime, etc). Leave everything charging overnight and I'm sure it'll charge all devices by morning.
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I'm in for one, maybe two. I'm a college professor (community college, so 30 students and not 300), and what better way to get phones out of students' hands than to offer free charging during class?
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I'm in for one, maybe two. I'm a college professor (community college, so 30 students and not 300), and what better way to get phones out of students' hands than to offer free charging during class?
Nice. You can use power strip too.
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I'm in for one, maybe two. I'm a college professor (community college, so 30 students and not 300), and what better way to get phones out of students' hands than to offer free charging during class?
Great idea!
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Not valid must be over
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