Anker PowerCore+ 19000 Power Delivery USB-C Hub Portable Charger Review

Review: Anker PowerCore+ 19000 Power Delivery USB-C Hub Portable Charger

Power Delivery portable chargers are starting to become the most popular types of power banks on the market. The reason for that is because many of the portable devices that we own these days are starting to make use of USB-C ports, and additionally, they also use Power Delivery fast charging. That said, a device … Full Post

Review: Aukey USB-C Charger with 46W Power Delivery with Quick Charge

Power Delivery charging is growing rapidly with many of the portable devices out on the market now making use of the charging tech. The main reason for Power Delivery growing so quickly is because it’s used with the new standard of USB-C. Nearly all new Android phones use USB-C, many laptops are using the USB-C … Full Post

RAVPower 6-Port Desktop Wall Charger with Quick Charge 3.0 Review

Review: RAVPower 6-Port Desktop Wall Charger with Quick Charge 3.0

Wall chargers might be one of the most used charging electronics on the market as they’re so small and easy to use. That said, if there’s one limiting factor is that they can lack the number of ports that you want to use, and so you can’t charge as many devices as you’d like to. … Full Post

Choetech 60W USB-C Power Delivery Desktop Wall Charger Review

Review: Choetech 60W USB-C Power Delivery Desktop Wall Charger

When it comes to wall chargers, they’re basically the most used types of charging electronics on the market and that’s mostly because most of them come with all the new portable devices that we purchase. That said, a wall charger can be quite limiting and that’s because they have few ports and may not have … Full Post

Nekteck 65W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger Review

Review: Nekteck 65W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

With USB-C on the rise, there’s a type of fast charging tech that goes with it and that would Power Delivery (PD). Power Delivery fast charging is compatible with USB-C and it’s basically changing the way that we charge our devices. The reason for this is because USB-C is being used with devices such as … Full Post