Compact & lightweight with USB PD compatible USB type-C port & USB port wall-mounted charger 'Anker PowerPort II PD with 1 PD and 1 PIQ 2.0'

On June 21, 2018, Anker will introduce wall-mounted charger "PowerPort II PD with 1 PD and 1 PIQ 2.0" for Japan. It comes with a USB Type-C port compatible with USB Power Delivery (USB PD) and a USB port compatible with Anker's proprietary charging technology " PowerIQ 2.0 ", making it a lightweight, compact and easy-to-carry model It is said that. I got it earlier, so I actually tried using it.

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The outer box of the PowerPort II PD looks like this.

Contents include the main body of PowerPort II PD, contact information and instructions for support

The size of PowerPort II PD is 68 mm × 70 mm × 28 mm, iPhone X with a long side of 143.6 mm and a thickness of 7.7 mm and the main body side by side can see the size well.

When weighing it, it's 149 grams and it's easy to hold even with one hand.

Round LED lamp on the front upper part. And USB Type - C port and USB port are installed.

On the bottom side, the product number, input / output, certification mark such as PSE mark was written. The input is 100 to 240 V - 1.6 A. Three USB port outputs are 5V-3A, 9V-2A, 12V-1.5A. The output of the USB Type-C port is 4 types, 5V-3A, 9V-3A, 15V-2A, 20V-1.5A.

The outlet section can be folded and pulled out from the back upper part.

The following image where the PowerPort II PD was inserted in two outlet holes arranged vertically. When you turn on the power and energize, the LED lamp on the whole upper part glows blue. I was worried that it would be easier to get out of balance due to weight balance, but I do not feel the instability that the outlet will come out soon. Also, since it was designed not to block the upper hole even if it is inserted in the lower outlet hole, it is also possible to insert outlets of other electric appliances at the same time.

First of all, try charging the iPhone X with 12% of the remaining charge on the PowerPort II PD.

Measured using the USB simple voltage / current checker , the output was about 4.9 V × about 1.2 A = about 5.9 W. In addition, measuring with a genuine Apple adapter was about 5.1 W output, there was no big difference.

About 2 hours 45 minutes I was able to charge iPhone X from 12% to 95%. The following image is a graph of charging status monitored by NKBattery .

Then charge the Nexus 6P with 34% remaining battery power using the USB Type-C port.

RouteR · USB Type-C Measured using the voltage / current checker , it was confirmed that about 4.7 V × about 2.1 A = about 9.9 W output.

As a result, Nexus 6P was able to charge from 34% to 84% in 48 minutes.

In addition, I tried charging iPhone X to USB and Nexus 6P to USB Type - C port simultaneously.

The USB port connecting the iPhone X is about 4.6 V × about 1.2 A = 5.5 W.

The output of the USB Type-C port was about 4.8 V × about 1.8 A = about 8.6 W.

The USB Type-C port compatible with USB PD can output up to 30 W, and the output switches according to the equipment to be connected. So I tried charging the Nintendo Switch with USB Type-C terminal with PowerPort II PD.

RouteR · USB Type-C Measured using a voltage / current checker, the result was 14.9 V × 1.00 A = about 15 W. As you can see from the Nexus 6P, the voltage output when connecting the Nintendo Switch is properly switched.

The PowerPort II PD is compact and lightweight and supports a wide range of output with USB PD and PowerIQ 2.0, so even if you do not carry various types of chargers and adapters, you can have one PowerPort II PD and even a variety of cables Hopefully OK. Recommended for those who want to reduce travel packages as much as possible. Especially, the PowerPort II PD is input from 100V to 240V, and it corresponds to the voltage of various countries around the world, so it can be said that it is a good item to take for traveling abroad. However, the performance of rapid charging of PowerPort II PD is not so much as I thought, but it feels quite unsatisfactory to operate at home as a full-fledged quick charger. It was for those who wanted to consolidate and arrange various adapters into one rather than people looking for a high-performance quick charger.

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