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This 6-port USB charger satisfies your need for battery-boosting speed

Don't let the need for a phone charger lead to an all-out war for the last remaining socket.


Christine Burkson


Posted on Apr 1, 2016   Updated on May 27, 2021, 12:22 am CDT

In a world with limited wall outlets, one charger stands alone to ensure all your devices’ batteries are quickly replenished.

Whether you’re at home, or on the road, you’ll find yourself needing to recharge your phone, laptop, and other devices. This can lead to an all-out war for the last remaining socket.

Luckily, the Kinkoo high speed USB charger keeps the peace by plugging into a single wall socket to power up to six USB devices. Delivering a total output of 8 amps across its USB ports, it can and will charge all your devices in no time. It’s currently 40 percent off in the Daily Dot store, but only for a limited time.

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The charger stands about four inches tall on your desktop, with an upright profile. It has a generous five-foot cable, and features a durable construction for easy portability. Each port lights up to indicate that it is available for use. An internal chip detects the specs of each device you plug in, which allows the charger to select optimal charging speeds.

Each port offers a maximum output of 2.4 amps, which easily handles the demands even of power-hungry tablets. That means the Kinkoo is able to charge devices 85 percent faster than more conventional options. It is designed to work on U.S. and international voltages, with CE, FCC, and RoHS certification to ensure safety.

With more USB-charged devices entering our lives all the time, now seems a wise time to invest in the Kinkoo. You can currently grab one for $29.99 via the Daily Dot Store.  Shipping to the Continental U.S. is free, and you have a choice of two colors.

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*First Published: Apr 1, 2016, 10:54 am CDT