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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 perfect for travel and with an universal power acceptance never be stranded or limited to charging one device from a wall socket anymore!
The AC Wall Charger is compatible with most Apple, Android and Windows Smartphone's and 5V Tablet, goPro, GPS, portable game consoles, etc...
Outputs: single 5V@2.1A or split 5V@1A
Dimensions: 2 inches long
Be sure to find the official New Trent logo to ensure a 10 month warranty.
It is lightweight,easy to carry in my messenger bag and it's great that the prongs fold to make it more compact.
Nice to have a dual charger that can handle two devices at the same time, one port charges tablets and the other for the iPhone.
The wall charger has a great shape allowing you to charge two USB devices while using only one half of your wall outlet.
No complaints about this device. It is compact, and easy to travel with. The high output ports charge my Apple devices quickly. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by M C
Great charger. I bought this to use when I travel for work, so I didn't have to carry multiple chargers with me. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Thomas Widmyer
This is a great alternative to the single port USB chargers out there. I can charge my iphone and ipad mini at the same time, or my wife can charge her phone too :/ Either way,... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Slvrscoobie
Great wall charger. It is always convenient to have more then one usb plug on these ac adapters case I always have my iPhone and iPad with me and it unclogs my power strip!Published 12 hours ago by Chris B.
Only thing I wish it had was a color indicator for which one to plug the tablet into vs a phone since only one of the USB ports will charge a tablet.
I own about 5 mobile devices, including an iPad and an iPhone, and it can be a real battle to keep them all charged up, depending on what's going on. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Donald S. Kreger