These days most portable electronics like cell phones, MP3 players, and tablet computers can be charged via USB port, which is why a USB car charger is a necessary accessory for most of us. This Bracketron Dual USB Charger is better than the vast majority of chargers out there because it can charge two devices at once and has ample power to quickly replenish the batteries of larger devices like tablets.
While the market for USB car chargers is pretty mature, there’s still room for updates and improvements. As mentioned above, Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 is coming very soon. Similarly, as the USB-C standard is used by more devices, that connector will likely be used in some future car chargers. We’ll keep an eye on all of this, and we’ll update this guide as necessary.
We then looked at price. After weighing the cost and warranty options for the smattering of available two-port, 4.8-amp USB car chargers, we eliminated almost anything more than $20, as well as any models without truly distinctive features. This left us with 13 models for further consideration.
ReVolt™ dual is the world’s smallest yet most powerful USB car charger for mobile devices. Each of the USB ports packs 12 Watts (2.4A) of power to charge two iPads or smartphones at once at their full potential. ReVolt dual is low-profile and lightweight - perfect for any vehicle's power socket.
|$20.10 ea.||$15.10 ea.||$14.80 ea.||$14.50 ea.||$14.20 ea.||$13.90 ea.||$13.60 ea.||$13.30 ea.||$12.64 ea.||$11.98 ea.||$11.87 ea.||$11.80 ea.|
|$16.69 ea.||$10.99 ea.||$10.84 ea.||$10.69 ea.||$10.55 ea.||$10.24 ea.||$10.02 ea.||$9.66 ea.||$9.47 ea.||$9.28 ea.||$8.87 ea.||$8.62 ea.|