Whether this is for home or the office, I think that wall outlets should now come default with USB and USB Type-C supporting all standards. More and more devices are going the way of the USB or Type-C charging mode. RND offers the right idea when it comes to power; 3 AC outlets, 3 standard USB and 1 Type-C.
If you’re looking an effective solution to spruce up your home office or your work office, you can count on RND to provide you with a solution. I know that many of you are more concern about the specification of an accessory than what it actually does, so for those, I’ve got you covered.
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- 3 USB Ports
- 1 Type-C (USB-C) Port (5V/3A)
- AC Connector: AC IN (100~240V )
- Outputs 30 Watts and 8 Amps total.
- Input voltage AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
- The ports safely & dynamically alter charge output for the most efficient charging times.
- Short-circuit protection from overcharging, overheating.
- Certifications: CE, FCC, RoHS
I’ve had a few mix & match charging solution for my devices. So I’ve moved all my tablets to a dock that’s connected via AC as seen in one of the pictures and will use the USB Type-C and USB-A ports for all my other charging needs. Make so much more sense. The power strip works as advertised for charging everything you might have, I haven’t tripped the power bar on purpose to see about its capability in preventing surge.
This is an all-in-one solution and does respect the standard when it comes to providing you with the optimum charging speed. The 3 USB-A port will deliver up to 2.4A worth of power which is standard and the USB-C port will give you the typical 3A/5V. When the total output is higher than 8 Amps the top two USB smart ports (USB A and B) will take priority using all the amps they need (up to 2.4A) in order to charge the fastest, the rest of the ports will share the leftover amps. Port C&D are wired for products enabling them to charge faster than if they were plugged into ports E&F. Port E&F are more suitable for other devices including Android.
RND makes a valid point when they indicate the following:
Please note that all USB devices can charge in any of the ports but charge speeds may vary depending on the port and the device as well as the cable being used.