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Anker PowerPort 10 (60W 10-Port USB Charging Hub) - $35.99

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Oct 31, 2012
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Man alive, thats a lot of chargin'. Good price for sure
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Jun 17, 2012
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Expected USB hub, looked at pictures and read specs and product site. disappointed.
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triccer wrote: Expected USB hub, looked at pictures and read specs and product site. disappointed.
dead you read the thread's title?
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Edmonton
Thanks OP.
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Sep 5, 2002
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I need more ports. 10 is not enough.
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Jun 17, 2012
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Red Deer
konsensei wrote: dead you read the thread's title?
I've been looking for a high powered hub.
Thread title has "hub", so does the amazon listing. Not blaming OP.
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konsensei wrote: dead you read the thread's title?
I read it too, and was still expecting a powered usb hub.

we don't call powerbars hub bars, so one would expect a usb hub to plug into a computer.
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Dec 12, 2004
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Available again at amazon.ca for $35.99 on lightning deal TODAY ONLY for a few more hours.
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Just curious what people are using this for. Do you really need to charge 10 devices all at once?
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Dec 12, 2004
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egoignaxio wrote: would this charge 10 ipads at once?
It has a capacity of 60 watts or about 12 amps. The iPad needs about 2 amps to charge at full speed so you could charge about 5 iPads at full speed. Or less iPads and more phones or other devices.
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majikstic wrote: Just curious what people are using this for. Do you really need to charge 10 devices all at once?
Yes.
Even my day to day operations I have 4 devices I carry with me:
-N7v2
-N9
-Moto E 2nd
-LG G Watch

I also have a bunch more Moto Es on various other networks including Wind, Mobi, Speakout.
On top of that random other things like phones dedicated to Music, one dedicated to Steam, headphones, keyboards, Kindles, etc.
While I don't need to be charging all of these 24/7 (only my main 4 devices) there'd be a time where I'd be charging my main 4 and be left with one port to charge 2 other items that I need for the next day.
Having a 10 port means I can potentially have up to 6 ports spare.

But I'm FAR from normal.
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turbov6 wrote: It has a capacity of 60 watts or about 12 amps. The iPad needs about 2 amps to charge at full speed so you could charge about 5 iPads at full speed. Or less iPads and more phones or other devices.
I am a fan of Anker. However, where does it state that it will put out 2.0+ AMPs? I appears to be implied.

In the other Anker products, it clearly states it will output at 2.4 AMPs under certain conditions.
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00Z9Q ... _i=desktop

(If I owned an Apple product ...) I would NEVER buy a charger or battery pack charger that did not clearly state it would put out 2.4AMP in the description. The charging speed gained at 2.4AMPs is a MUST have.

I suppose, one could buy this and test it ... on a iPhone 6 Plus, 2.4AMP charging means 1% battery increase per minute.
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I already have an anker 5 port 40w charger, just used up all the ports. Tempted to buy this one even though I have another 5 port anker charger BNIB... Y U DO DIS RFD.
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ordered, with the 10% off deal we got a few weeks ago... I can finally get rid of a powerbar and 5 usb adapters...

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