We live in a modern age where handheld devices dominate our lives. People, own not just one, but multiple devices. Portable devices like smartphones and tablets have turned into necessities as we seek modern ways to communicate with each other.
While small gadgets offer a lot of convenience, charging them all are anything but. Fortunately, FSP have a solution in the form of the Amport 62, a 6 port USB charging hub. This charging hub promises to be the answer to the quick charging needs of power users.
The FSP Amport 62 has a compact design making it suitable for a wide range of scenarios. For example, when travelling, you don’t need to bring multiple adapters. Just take the USB cables you need along with the Amport 62. It takes a figure 8 lead and is compatible with AC 110v-240v voltages so can be used anywhere in the world.
The build and design also follows the strict safety guidelines of the company. Its protective design makes it safe from overheating, supplying too much current or voltage, and short circuits.
Built on the Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 3.0 (QC 3.0) fast charging technology, it’s considered to be one of the fastest charging solutions in the market today. The Amport 62 6 port charging hub is three times faster than your regular charger. Using the QC 3.0 port, you can expect your device to replenish up to 80% of its battery life in just 30 mins. However, your device will need to support fast charging. Fortunately, Qualcomm have published a list of QC 3.0 compatible devices.
We tested a couple of non QC 3.0 devices. A totally flat Nokia Lumia 850 and after 30 mins it had only reached 30% charge. An iPhone gave similar results so you can see why QC 3.0 is an attractive feature, especially for those always on the move and needing a quick charge.
The FPS Amport 62 6 Port USB charging hub is a must have. If you have multiple devices that you use daily, you need a charging partner that can keep up. The Amport 62 is the perfect solution for you. All it takes is just one power outlet and the portable charging hub can start to charge all of your devices simultaneously.
The only downside we found was that our Apple and Windows devices didn’t support QC 3.0. But if you are an Android household there is a good chance that one of your newer devices will be able to take full advantage of this charger.
That said, the convenience factor alone, of only needing a single charger outweighs the need to have a quick charge device anyway.