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Especially when traveling, it can be very annoying to take several USB chargers with you to charge all devices from smartphone to tablet to the camera (simultaneously); In addition, each USB charger occupies one socket. In a hotel room or other accommodation with only a few sockets, you will need one in addition to the chargers Distribution strip , or PowerCube. If you do not want to block a socket, but still want to charge several USB devices, the following gadgets will help you, which are also very handy and therefore practical when traveling.
The Icy box brings up to 5A to charge various devices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, electric toothbrush, Action Cam and so on on the clock. For the iPhone and iPad, an ideal value of 2,4A or higher is recommended anyway, so that the battery is charged quickly. In addition to the four USB connections, the Icy Box also has a Schuko connection so that an electrical device can still be connected:
This is the Belkin BSV103VF Surge Plus gadget with one-way surge protection. The USB ports charge with 2,4A each and are therefore recommended for iPhone and iPad as well as for other smartphones and tablets. In addition to the double USB charger, the Belkin device also has a Schuko connection:
The AUKEY gadget is a USB charger with a Schuko socket that has four USB ports. Up to 2,4A are also possible for each connection, so that smartphones, tablets and the like can be charged quickly. Further details on the USB charger with Schuko socket are available on the product page:
In addition to the Schuko sockets with USB connections that show 2,4A or more, there are also quite cheap alternatives, but they have less power. With tablets in particular, it can happen that the electricity supplied is insufficient for charging. But if you want to charge small devices that do not eat as many amperes or if you have more time to charge, then these are perhaps very nice alternatives:
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