That's what I like it here just about everything and tech stuff
Threads are changing from time to time, but we will stop it.
Or should we really go on writing such informative messages like:
"congrats" and/or "great deals"
I agree with you, it's like group of like minded friends chatting ... nice feeling
Of course we are all friends here, some more, some less, like in real life.Welcome to the "friend's circle"
Pretty clever. Now if only other manufacturers would finally get off micro-USB for their new devices.
How about a version with a USB C port so I can plug my external AOC monitor into the power pack and then the power pack into my Chromebook and have an extra display and charging at the same time?
This is a great start, but I am waiting for a 46W or greater USB-C PD option, since that is what I need for my laptop and Nintendo Switch Device.
Yes, that is a good idea to wait it out some. I too need it for a laptop and would give another one for my daughter for her MacBook. I don't have a switch but does it really need 45 watts? The switch seems like a small enough device to be powered by 30 watts or is it a power hungry device?
Any chance you will have something like this that supports QC 2.0/3.0?
It kinda does work similar to QC 2/3.0 the power IQ 2.0 port works just as fast as quick charge without the added cost of licensing the QC standard
@AnkerOfficial it looks like maybe the hybrid powercore+ 2 may need a release....
Nice work Anker!
That thing looks awesome
Anker's support of Qualcomm Quickcharge is better than PD. Anything saying IQ2.
Example similar in capacity
What is unique about this specific PD product is it is a USB hub leveraging USB C 3.1 , but for which you pay a heft price.
how long until this is in the UK I'll let my users know
I'm sorry to inform you that the PowerCore+ 19000 PD will not available in the UK.
Pretty cool Anker pretty cool...
But a little big to carry around in your bag as a usb-c hub
Can this product act as a usb hub for iphone/ipad with lightning connector in this scenario (to connect to external devices like USB microphone (e.g. blue yeti), Audio DAC (e.g. Grace SDAC, Dragonfly Red, etc.)?+ With Apple CCK2/3 and Type C to Type A USB Cable+ With Apple/Anker Lightning to type C
Mixed feelings on this one