Tronsmart Releases The World's Most Powerful 54w Car Charger With Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0

SHENZHEN, China – Tronsmart releases the world's most powerful Quick Charge 2.0 car charger recently, after successfully introducing several popular Qualcomm Certified Quick Charge 2.0 car and wall chargers. The powerful car charger has an output of 54W, and has been listed as a recommended accessory on Qualcomm.

The car charger comes with gorgeous matte finish to protect against fingerprints, dirt and scratches during daily use. Four-ports with one port in blue supporting Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 output, which can meet 12V/1.5A or 9V/2A max, and 5V/2A min. And the other three ports in black support standard charging with Tronsmart's proprietary VoltIQTM technology which can automatically adjust amperage and wattage to the maximum ratio required by the device, so that more current-hungry devices are not starved and less current-hungry devices are not over-allocated resources, each with 5V/2.4A max.

Total output of this powerful car charger is 54W, making it the most powerful car charger in the world, considering most of the 4 port car charger are just 40-50W. With 54W powerful output and 4 standard USB outlet in this little baby, the width is just 45mm and 81mm in length weighing only 40g.

Tronsmart are aiming to be the most professional leading brand in quick charger area, and recently released three series of its quick chargers -- car chargers, wall chargers and desktop chargers, to meet the users' demands in different situations.

Compared with other quick charger brands, all of the Tronsmart chargers have Qualcommn official certification of Quick Charge 2.0 technology. Every customer that purchases Tronsmart quick chargers can be offered a free 20awg USB cable which can support 2A current transfer.

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