Featured Accessory: CHOE 4-Port Quick Charge 2.0 Car Charger

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Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 standard has become a pretty popular thing as of late. The ability to recharge your device much faster than normal, is something that we all love, right? Especially since these batteries are getting bigger and bigger, which normally leads to longer and longer charge times. We've already seen a number of Quick Charge 2.0 wall chargers, as well as hubs, from the likes of CHOETECH, Aukey, Anker and a few other manufacturers. Now we are looking at a car charger that supports Quick Charge 2.0.

However, this Quick Charge 2.0 Car Charger isn't just any charger, it also has 4 USB ports. This means that you can charge 4 devices at the same time from one outlet in the car. That's a total of 51W for these four ports. CHOETECH also has something else that's pretty neat with this car charger. And that it can auto-detect whether your device supports Quick Charge 2.0 or not. So if you plug in a HTC One M9, it does support Quick Charge, and will send all 2.4A to the device and charge it up. On the other hand if you plug in a Moto G which does not support Quick Charging, it will simply send as much power as it can handle. Generally around 1A.

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CHOE also says that your device is safe from over-charging, over-current, and has short-circuit protection. Which means that by using this Quick Charge 2.0 Compatible charger, you will not damage your device. That's always a great piece of mind to have, especially when talking about a phone that likely cost around $500 or more.

Right now, CHOE is selling this Quick Charge 2.0 compatible car charger for just $20 on Amazon. That's a pretty decent deal considering normal car chargers are around $10-15 depending on what you get. You can grab their 4-port Quick Charge 2.0 Car Charger here, and also check out CHOE's other products that they sell. They do make some quality products, I'd recommend checking out their Qi Wireless Chargers as well. Those have worked wonders for us here at Android Headlines. They are fairly cheap – usually under about $20 or so – and work as advertised.