Featured Review: Incipio Dual USB Desktop Charger

Today, we've got something a bit different to review. Today, we're taking a look at a desktop charger from Incipio. Most of you are probably wondering what's so special about this charger compared to any other charger. Well what I like most about it, is that it is sticky on the bottom, so I can put it on my desk and charge devices from it during the day while I'm working. Which, with me using 2-3 different phones right now for review, it's a big deal. It also means I can keep my phone or tablet nearby, without needing to be near an outlet. Once more, it is a 2.4A charger as well. In fact, both ports are. Which means charging your devices is going to be quick and easy. Especially if you have a device with the Snapdragon 800 or 801 that has Quick Charge 2.0. I was able to charge the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8) and the LG G2 pretty quickly with this little guy. And two at the same time.

Incipio does have a LED indicator for each port on the left side of the charger. So you can see if it's actually charging your device. It's pretty small too, with dimensions of 2.13 x 1.27 x 1.65 inches. Incipio has it available in graphite, gold and silver. Obviously this is the Graphite version here. It's not often that I fall in love with accessories that I am sent to review, but when I do, it's because they are amazing. And no this review is not paid for by Incipio. This desktop charger charges your phone faster than the OEM charger. Which I tested it on the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 as well.

For those that are interested in an extra charger for your desk, or even your bedside table (because you can charge your smartphone and tablet together), it is available for $39.99 right now. Although Amazon has it for $35.04 right now, if you want to save a few bucks.

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