would you have a test for ANKER PowerPort 2 Lite - 12w - A2129 or ANKER PowerPort II 2 PIQ 24w - A2027

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would you have a test for ANKER PowerPort 2 Lite - 12w - A2129 or ANKER PowerPort II 2 PIQ 24w - A2027

Hi,
I have the confusing with Anker product about both model A2129 and A2027 (not understand the way they classify their product layer), could someone help to point out the quality of those model (about the perforamnce, eff, noice..etc) ?

Thank you

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Just going by the specs:

Anker PowerPort II 2PIQ 24-watt “A2027”:
https://www.anker.com/store/powerport-ii-2/A2027121

– this has total 24-watts with 2.4Amps max per USB port (5v @ 2.4A = 12 watts each ; 2 ports = 24 watts total power)

Anker PowerPort 2 Lite 12-watt “A2129”: (seems to be an older model, since I find another PowerPort 2 Lite that is rated 17-watts, model “A2022”)
https://www.anker.com.ph/product/powerport-2-lite-black/ (“A2129”)

– it’s indicated “12-watts”, no individual rating on the spec. Which would probably mean it’s a total of 12-watts (2.4A for the 2 ports combined) now whether it means each USB port is limited to around 1.2A (6 watt), or the as long as the 2 ports combined power is 2.4A (12 watts)…
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I expect a test by the real performance + recorder than the specs which are provided by the producer Sad all things they provided = no bad prod in the market Smile

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A bit disappointed as no one tried to make the serious test on Anker A2027 , as my test by the v and amp meter, it is good but the real thing I could not test (and also important thing for a quality of product : the noise of current when it hits 1A/2A or overload…).
I bough Anker A2027 , ENERpower EP-18WQC3B 5V QC3.0 USB Black and ENERpower EP-10B 5V 2A USB Black 10W , just compare the current/voltage , all of them are the good product but Im quite sure ENERpower ones are better then Anker. That was all my test just for a question from a friend : China brandname has the better product than an EU product which made in china.

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I am the guy doing most USB chargers reviews around here. To get a review of a specific charger you can give me one, then I will put it in my queue and q review will show up, usually within a few months (Sometimes considerable faster).
Another way is to post a wish in the “Review request” thread, I use that when my queue is low, but because I pay for these chargers I may skip expensive models.

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Hi HKJ,

For that case, how could I send the charger which is expected to be reviewed to you ?
in fact, your review is very helpful as it helps a lot for people who need to purchase the 3rd charger to replace for their org ones.

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chargerlover wrote:
Hi HKJ,

For that case, how could I send the charger which is expected to be reviewed to you ?
in fact, your review is very helpful as it helps a lot for people who need to purchase the 3rd charger to replace for their org ones.

Send an email or a PM stating what you want to send to me and I will return my address Big Smile
I live in EU (Denmark).

My website with reviews of many chargers and batteries (More than 1000): https://lygte-info.dk/