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Orico 4 Port USB Charging Station For Smartphones, Tables And USB Gadgets

Orico Charging Station - Front and Top Views and Inputs


I used to own a cell phone. Then, I upgraded for a smartphone. Then I convinced my bellowed wife. Then, the kid wanted a tablet. Then my smartphone broke and I replaced it with a newer model (but, I still use the as remote control for my PC media station). I also use an USB powered small MP3 player (for when I go jogging) and a USB rechargeable Flashlight. That’s a lot of USB charging devices. While USB charging is very convenient as basically you need one charger to power all your gadgets, things do not work always like this.

I believe all gadgets have a dark side!!! I don’t know about you, but my Android dies when I need it the most, then, if I take the tablet, somehow the dark side arranges that the battery starts beeping in seconds, then I take the other smartphone (the one used as remote control) and it is dying too!!! Now … try charging them with that one charger available!!!

So, all this to to tell you about the Orico 4 Port USB DC Charging Station. The unit allows charging 4 USB devices at the same time and has two power output levels: two USB ports 5V/2A and other two 5V/1A – That’s enough power to provide a speedy charging (eg: an iPhone battery will take around 1.5 hours from no battery at all to 100%).
The charging station is made of high quality fire-resistant and high temperature-resistant ABS engineering plastic and it has built-in Over-current, Leakage and Short-Circuit protection.

So, if your gadgets have a dark side too, take a minute and check the Orico Charging Station as well as the Griffin Powerdock 5 and the Aviiq Portable Charging Station.

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Written by Emil Ivan (2019 posts)

Emil is the managing editor of Cool Pile. He loves cool stuff, gadgets, gear for guys and writes about his lifestyle discoveries on daily basis. You can find Emil on Google+.

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