Nope. So to me it is actually a step backwards, because I already owned the Powerport2 so it did my 2 port needs, and the Elite is bigger for no useful gain for me, it actually narrows the gap with the Powerport4.
I have done the basics of does it actually work using a meter to charge some devices and yes it works but given what it is, its primary function is a 24W charger as small as possible, so it does that less well as its larger.
It works! (excuse blurry photo)
it shows 2.1A 11W to the Powercore 10000 which is what I'd expect.
Left to right Powerport 4, Powerport 2 Elite, Powerport 2
Left to right Powerport 2, Powerport 2 Elite, Powerport 4
When at home I use the corded chargers, so Powerport5, Powerport10. When traveling I take enough charging capability as fits my devices, e.g. just done a 3 day trip with: Phone (2A), Tablet (2A), BT earbuds (<1A), Smartwatch (<1A), Powercore+ Mini (1A), Powercore 10000 (2A). So 6 devices. I carried the Powerport2 and the Aukey 12W giving me 2 chargers (for redundancy) and 4 ports, 2 faster ports for phone+tablet or the Powercore 10000, 2 slower ports for the BT earbuds and the Powercore+ Mini (1A input). If I were to do that again probably instead carry the Powerport4 and the Aukey 12W to get 6 ports (need 6) and probably the Powercore Slim 5000 as the Powercore+ Mini is a slower 1A recharge to the 5000 2A.
The Aukey 12W is always carried because it is small, and while not powerful, there is always something needing recharging which does not need power, so it provides 2 ports and is a spare charger. Anker never offers an equivalent. So then to complement I need Wattage, which Anker Powerport do well, adding up my total device (e.g. 6) is phone 2+ tablet 2+ 5000 2+ 1000 2 + BT 1 + watch 1A = 10A 50W. So if I were not bothered by redundancy say the Powerport5 40W would suffice, but what if it fails, so the Aukey 12W 2port is carried so then I'm really needing 4 ports 8A 40W. So the Powerport4.