How to Test the Quality of your Charging Cables

How to Test the Quality of your Charging Cables

Recently XDA TV got to take a look at the Allmaybe chargers that will change the way you charge your phone. Complete with Quick Charge compatibility, a host of safety features, and an LCD screen displaying useful information, the Allmaybe chargers are the best option for people who want to get serious about how they charge their device.

We used the Allmaybe charger to test the quality of some of the cords we have lying around. It’s probably not something you think about very often, but some cords are much worse than others and can take significantly longer to charge your phone. You can plug any cord in and read the amount of power it’s transferring to your phone. We even checked to see what would happen when you use a USB extension cord with your cable and you can watch the current going into the phone drop significantly.

The LCD screen on the Allmaybe charger will display the charging level, voltage, and capacity.

There are two USB ports in the Allmaybe charger. Each one is independent of the other. This means that charging two devices wont cause you to lose power in either port. Charge both of your Quick Charge compatible phones at once and save room at your wall outlet.

Knowing the quality of your cables can save you from bringing a bad cable along when you’re traveling. You can also use this on wireless headphones, cameras, bluetooth speakers, or anything that takes a charge from a USB cord.

The Allmaybe EU2 has Quick Charge 3.0 with super compatibility.

The Allmaybe EU2-ST has an output power of 24W.

The Allmaybe charger is only $30 on Amazon and is available for Prime 2-day shipping as well. Use the links below to pick one up for yourself.

If you want to learn more about your phone’s charging standard, check out our XDA Portal’s in-depth article here.

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