Câble de chargement rapide micro-USB BlueRigger - 2 m (ne convient pas au transfert de données)
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- Recharge rapide de vos appareils rechargeables ayant un port micro USB - permet d'utiliser des chargeurs Apple pour vos appareils Android
- Compatible avec appareils Android, smartphones et tablettes, appareils rechargeables, appareils photos numériques, ordinateurs et bien d'autres
- Connecteurs plaqués or améliorant la connectivité entre appareils pour une meilleure connexion
- Type de connexion : USB 2.0 (Type A) à Micro-B USB
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Love it! Just as it says on the tin, it's a fast charge cable - just like the PortaPow version, but at a slightly better price. This is a rare breed of cable that doesn't act like a USB cable, but rather acts like a "charger" to your phone/device. It allows the device to be charged at full speed from a "non-compatible" charger, such as an Apple USB charger, charging your Android tablet or phone at full speed.
Its only downfall is that the manufacturer opted to use a standard USB cable (wire) with thin gauge and heavy shielding, instead of using a dedicated heavy-gauge cable (such as 18AWG) with two conductors. Maybe BlueRigger decided to use all 4 signal wires as "positive" and the shielding as "negative", which would be quite smart, but would negate the point of having 4 signal wires in the USB cable.
All I know is my Alcatel One Touch Pop 7 tablet charges at full 1300mA to the battery, as reported by the system - various cables have charged at 200mA, 500mA, or not at all - only the highest quality cables have achieved 1300mA with my tablet. So, hey... it serves its purpose!
• My personal laptop (USB 3.0 port)
• Work station (USB 2.0 port)
• A non-nexus charging adapter (Sony Xperia)
• Car charger adapter (random make)
• Nexus' official adapter
charges my phone rapidly.
The build quality of the cable is something all reviewers have unequivocally written accurately about. Its diameter gage is top notch and quite fat (8~10mm?). So, absolutely no question of the cable getting entangled.
On a side note, I chose to go with BlueRigger because I also have their 10ft HDMI cables which I connect my laptop with the TV with. I have been using them for a while and not had any problem whatsoever. So, it was an easy decision.
I purchased a Samsung Galaxy S6 and this charging cable does not give me fast charging, even with the most expensive Anker charger. The cable that came with my used LG G2 does however, so that's how I know it's not the phone or the charger. I would think a charging cable would be capable of fast charging.
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I have been trying to find the best charging cables to replace the one that came with my phone and was tired of the slow charge times the other cables have been giving me. This cable is crazy fast. I also love the flexibility, as it doesn't feel like it's going to get brittle the older it gets.
I don't have the engineering degree necessary to tell you what kind of current is going through it, but it feels like it's ripped the top of my phone's battery off and is just dumping the charge into it. When coupled with the Aukey 9.6A / 48W 4-Port USB Car Charger with AIPower Tech Technology for iPhone, iPad Air 2, Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge, Nexus, HTC M9, Motorola, Nokia - Black there's hardly any difference between plugging into a wall socket and your car. I'll totally be buying more of the cables.