Deal: Anker 5-Port Desktop USB Charger $17.99

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Thanks to the dependency that smartphones still maintain on having to continually keep their batteries topped up, the power bank and external power supply market is thriving right now. There is literally an abundance of power banks and wall chargers now available to choose from. Well, if you're in the market for a new wall charger and one which can accommodate more devices, than one currently worth checking out is the Anker 5-Port Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ Technology.

As the name suggests, this is a wall charger which comes equipped with five USB ports. As such, you can charge up to five devices at the same time and all from one communal wall socket. Which not only saves on how many sockets you need to use, but also makes for a much neater overall experience. The total power output for this wall charger is 40-watts and each port is able to deliver 2.4-amps each. Although, the maximum amperage output is 8-amps, so if you do have all ports in use at the same time, then each port will only receive their fair share of 8-amps and not the 2.4-amps. However, charging five devices at the same time and still getting a good, solid and reliable charge coming through, is certainly worthwhile. If this sounds like something that you are interested in, then the Anker 5-port USB Charger is currently on sale for only $17.99.

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