CD ComingData 5 USB Ports Charging Hub with QC3.0 review

CD ComingData 5 USB Ports Charging Hub with QC3.0

Specifications:

Model: CP0540
Input: 100-240 Vac
Output: (1) QC3.0 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
(2-5) 5V/2.4A
Size: 112 x 67 x 80
Weight: 200g
Price: SG$15

"Why is it so small and light?" was the first thing that came to my mind when I first received the package. I had expected it to be a little bigger and heavier.

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The packaging is very simple, just the usual cardboard box with some specifications. Nothing special or impressive, and to be honest, the packaging makes it look a little "cheap".


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CD ComingData 5 USB Ports Charging Hub with QC3.0CD ComingData 5 USB Ports Charging Hub with QC3.0

Fortunately, the charging hub looks much better than the packaging. The plastic casing looks stylish and is pretty solid. It is something that will look nice on your desk.

The charging hub is pretty small and light, but is slightly more heavier than the Remax Youth Edition 5 USB Ports and LDINO A6705 charging hub that I've reviewed earlier on.

The base is also pretty stable that the charging hub is able to stay "standing" and not topple even when all ports were being used or when I tugged the cable.


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This charging hub comes with EU, UK and US plug, I actually ordered the UK plug, but got the US on instead. But a simple converting adapter solved the problem easily.

The QC function because the hub's QC is compatible with most well-known Androids, like Oppo, Samsung, XiaoMi... etc (See List for all compatible brands and models)


Unfortunately, I only have I-Devices, so I can't test it. When I plug my iPhone into the QC port, it just show the Max charging current as 1A while my phone is still just charging at 900ish mA. However, when I plug my iPhone into the non-QC ports, the phone detected the Max charger current as 2.4A and it can charge at 1500-1650 mA.

Highest charging current recorded is:

1910-1950mA on the port charging iPad Mini 2 

1600-1650mA on the port charging iPhone 6+
900-1060mA on the port charging a 10000mAh Power Bank

So basically, I don't really use the QC port to charge my devices since it can never perform as well as the Non-QC ports.


The charging hub remains relatively cool throughout the whole charging process and is just warm to touch.

The iPhone took roughly 1.5 hours to charge from about 40% to 100%.

Overall Score: 8.5/10.

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