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Wall Charger, New Trent Arcadia NT90C 10W 5V/2A Dual USB Ports high-speed AC Wall Charger for Smartphones, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, S5, Note 4, Nexus 6, 5V Tablets and more

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  • Dual USB port AC wall charger for Smartphones and 5V Tablets
  • Compatible with most smartphones (Apple, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Blackberry, Sony, etc...) and 5V Tablets and compatible devices
  • Portable and compact size with foldable wall prongs
  • Built-in short circuit and overcharge protection
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***Divide & Conquer*** | Portable, compact and uniquely-designed to split a 2.1A charge between two ports, alternate between charging 2 Smartphones at 1 amp each or a tablet device at 2.1 amps. | With a foldable prong, its the perfect travel companion with an universal power acceptance. Never be stranded or limited to charging just one device from a wall socket anymore! ***Compatibility*** | The AC wall charger is compatible with most Apple, Android and Windows Smartphones and 5V Tablet, goPro, GPS, portable game consoles, etc... | For Apple devices, please use the original Apple Lightning or 30-pin charge cables. ***Charger Specifications *** | Input: 100V-240V Outputs: single 5V @ 2.1A or split 5V @ 1A | Dimensions: 2 inches long | Be sure to find the official New Trent/Arcadia logo to ensure a 10 month warranty.

Product Details

Color: Black/Dark Grey
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 2.5 x 1.4 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B009RXU59C
  • Item model number: IMP90C/NT90C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4,812 customer reviews)
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195 of 201 people found the following review helpful By Lee T. Sang on February 5, 2013
Color: Black/Dark Grey Verified Purchase
When I purchase an item like this I just want it to work as advertised and be solidly built. This New Trent charger doesn't disappoint on either part.

The first thing you should know is that the two USB ports are not equal. The top one is the one with more amperage while the bottom one has probably the same amperage as a PC's USB port. The reason I say that is because when I try to charge my iPad mini with the bottom USB port I get the same "Not charging" message I would get when I plug it directly into my PC's USB 2.0 port. Charging my iPhone 4 with the bottom USB port works just fine. Charging my iPad mini and iPhone 4 at the same time also works just fine.

This is a great upgrade for the iPad mini and a good alternative to Apple's own 10W charger. With the iPad mini's included 5W charger it took 3 hours and 15 minutes to charge from 28% - 100%. With this New Trent charger (in the top USB port of course) it only took 1 hours and 53 minutes to charge from 29% - 100%. That's about a 58% difference and the extra 1.25 hours is very noticeable.

There are situations where the size of the charger can prevent another AC plug from being plugged in when plugged into your wall outlet or extension/surge protector. For example, my wall outlet will not let me plug in two of these New Trent chargers at the same time. However, any normal sized plug (a cable that just ends in the 2 prongs with no power brick) will fit fine. Some big power bricks that have the prongs near the edge should work. Even the tiny charger that the iPad mini came with will fit fine. The charger has about 6/8" extra above the prongs when folded out and 5/8" extra below.

I really like the solid feel of the charger. The fold out prongs seem sturdy and really helps when you stuff it into your bag so it won't snag on anything or poke anything. Having two USB ports is great since you don't need to wait to charge your other device.
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84 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Sharp1 on January 21, 2013
Color: Black/Dark Grey Verified Purchase
This New Trent 10W 5V/2A Dual Port charger (IMP90C) will charge just about any device that has a USB cable. I have many mobile devices and tested this New Trent IMP90C charger on all of them. It charged the following: Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S3, iPhone 4, iPhone 3G, original iPhone (2G), original iPad, Blackberry Curve 9900, and Motorola SD10-HD bluetooth headset.

There are two ports for charging. The bottom port is 2.1 Amp. The top port must be 1 Amp. Note: When I refer to the top and bottom ports, this is with the charger oriented with the printed wording on the case right-side up, so you can read them properly.

The charging amperage is not clearly marked on the device, nor on the box. I get different results charging different devices.

Testing Results:
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 - can charge on both ports.
Samsung Galaxy S3 - can charge on both ports.
iPhone 4 - can charge on both ports.
Blackberry Curve 9900 - only charges on bottom port.
iPad (1st Generation) - only charges on the top port.

So, depending on your device, you may be able to use either port, or just a single port for that device. Charging with the 2 amp port will be faster than charging with the 1 amp port. I was able to charge multiple devices at once, with no issues. Charging times seemed to be just as quick as OEM chargers.

The collapsible prongs are a plus. You can fold them in to save space when traveling.

Overall this an excellent wall charger. The only improvement I could recommend would be to label the ports so their power output could be more apparent.
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By rlm on November 27, 2012
Color: Black/Dark Grey Verified Purchase
better than expected. Be aware each port has a different charge. Top for tablet including kindle fire. Bottom for Ipod etc.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Steve W on August 19, 2013
Color: Black/Dark Grey Verified Purchase
First, the charger seems to be well engineered and constructed. Solid!
It performs the task of charging the various 5V devices I.e. smartphone, iPad, iPod, and New Trent battery products.

As noted in the product description it has two separate but different USB outputs. One 5V/1A and one 5V/2A. The problem lies in that no where on the charger or in the product description or in the tiny little "owners manual" does it identify which is which. After reading the reviews I read conflicting reports of which output was which. I decided to contact NewTrent for the definitive answer. I got a very fast response from NewTrent's Customer Service(always a good sign nowadays). They informed me that the upper output is the 5V/1A output, the lower output is the 5V/2A output. This distinction is rather important because most SmartPhones are best charged at the lower 1Amp rate, while most Tablets will accept and charge faster using the 2Amp rate. I don't fully understand the real life consequence if one was to use the 2 Amp output by mistake but given the potential costs of replacing a fried SmartPhone I'd prefer to take the time to utilize the proper level of current.

Yes indeed...they should definitely label the charger itself and also make the distinction in the tiny little "owners manual" for nerds like me I guess.

Hope this clarification helps others who share my concern or are just curious.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 22, 2013
Color: Black/Dark Grey Verified Purchase
The New Trent IMP90C is a really good choice for a dual port charger packing isn't wasted.

The ports should be labeled with the top showing that it's set up to charge tablets. I had to search the internet for this information. At the very least it needs to be in the packaging. It's pretty obvious when you plug an IPad in, but it shouldn't be left to question when it doesn't need to be.

I was able to charge an IPad and my Samsung Note 2 at the same time and I wasn't sure if that was going to happen.

In an ideal world it wouldn't stick out so far from the wall, but I'm not sure that's possible yet. Maybe go down the wall with the ports on the bottom, but again, may not be possible.

Charging time definitely slows down when two bigger draining devices are plugged in, but it still works and for overnight charging, or used as a charging port in a public location for your friends it is great.

I would prefer only the ratings of the ports to be on the USB side, the rest of the writing could go on the other side. I'd also go matte instead of shiny on that surface, but both are nitpicky.

I've used it to charge the following: IPad 2, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Note 2, Motorolla Droid, Nintendo DSi XL and a Motorolla Droid Razr. It worked great for all of them with the IPad only being able to charge on the top port. It's an excellent product with a pretty solid form factor. I have it in a permanent location (okay, it's a plug so it's not really permanent but it's not going to be moved) to charge my old cell phones that my sons use to play games
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