Quirky Converge Interior Negro - Cargador (Interior, Universal, Corriente alterna, Negro, 323 mm, 127 mm)
Descripción del producto
Alimentación: Corriente alterna
Altura: 40 mm
Ancho: 323 mm
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 4
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad del cargador: Universal
Materiales: De plástico, Silicona
Profundidad: 127 mm
Tipo de cargador: Interior
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The reason I reduced a star is because the power adapter is HUGE. It is 4"Lx2"Wx1.5"H. It's bigger than my laptop power adapters. And they don't show this in the advertised product shots (I guess, for obvious reasons). For most people, that might not be a big deal (no pun intended) if you're plugging it into a wall socket that is hidden out of the way. But for me, it is plugged into a desktop power strip that required reorganization of my stuff to make it fit. The strip sits behind stuff, so it's not all that visible, but everything had to be moved 3 inches closer to me to accommodate this power brick. And it takes up 2 socket spaces. So keep that in mind when considering this product. But I really do like it.
First the good:
1.) There's a dedicated high output USB slot for tablets and other devices that need that power
2.) The bands on the rear hold most of the shorter cords to the dock to eliminate the nest of wires in the rear.
Now the not so good:
1.) It's big - I feel like I have a pretty normal sized bedside table and it took up at least a third of it. That being said it does hold a phone and a tablet, so it needs to be big - but the rear seemed to be bigger than necessary.
2.) Those bands on the back are great for maintaining all of the excess cord, but if you're like me and you're using your device in bed while charging you really can't utilize those.
3.) It's fiddly to plug devices into their chargers. The channel at the bottom allows for all types of charging cords to come through but then you're stuck with a small amount of cord (assuming you used the bands to keep the cords under control) to plug into and then feed back through to stand your device against the arm. It's hard to describe and not a huge hassle but something I'm not a fan of on this "dock"
3.) If your device doesn't lean nicely then it's useless. I have an Apple Watch and there is no way you can lean the watch on this, I just ran the cord through the bottom and charge it in front of the dock; again, I knew this going in.
For me, I wanted this to help with the mess of cords a little more, but for the price it's a good way to dock odd sized items from different manufacturers (Think an Android phone and an iPad) semi-neatly. Personally, I would pay slightly more for a dock that was easier to plug things in and out of next time.