Deal: Charge 3 devices at once with the Mpow Intelligent Car Charger


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It’s no mystery that battery life on mobile devices leaves a lot to be desired. We’re often looking for outlets so we can plug in and get that little extra boost to help our devices make it through the day. One place where it’s not so easy to find an outlet is a vehicle. Car chargers are a great thing to have, but most of the time you’re limited to charging one device at a time. The Mpow 3-port Intelligent Car Charger fixes that, and it’s on sale now.

The Mpow is packed with 6.6 amps of power, three versatile ports, and a sleek metallic design. It supports both 12V and 18V input for optimized charging for mobile devices. What makes it “intelligent” is the way it identifies connected devices and charges at full speed. You can charge up to two tablets and one phone at a time, or just three phones. For a limited time you can snag this handy charger for just $13.99 (normally $70) from Android Area. Grab it now!

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Comments suggesting better or cheaper products in 3… 2…

    1. Tempting, but like you I’m waiting for the snide remarks

      1. Wow! 80% off… of $70?!? Gotta love fake “list” pricing.

  2. Anyone know of a device like this that can charges USB and also has a jack to connect another cigarette lighter? I don’t need 3 USB ports, but one or two and the ability to connect my GPS would be great. I tried ordering one from aliexpress but it never arrived.

    1. Something like one of these.

      I bought a similar one for my gf and it works great.

  3. Anyone can suggest a charger that can do Android and iPhone /iPad?

    1. USB chargers don’t care if your device is Android or iPhone. Just get a charger that provides enough current (Amps) for the devices you want to plug into it. If it doesn’t explicitly say it provides 2.1 Amps or more per USB port it likely won’t charge an iPad very well, but most phones will charge fine with 1 Amp. It’s the 500 mA per port chargers you want to avoid at all costs since most modern devices will charge really slow with that limited current. The rule of thumb is check the manufacturer’s web site or the charger that came with your device to see how much current it requires.

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