Three Reasons To Use A USB Charging Station (Instead of, Say, a Power Strip)

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As the years go by it continues to become more and more apparent just how important technology is going to be.  Just as you start to get used to one device or one style of working, new technology comes out to give us new ideas and new approaches to problem solving and task completion.  And these devices get smaller and more compact and more diverse and more complicated every year.

And all of these devices use batteries.  These batteries are getting better and better at holding longer charges but we still, eventually, have to plug these devices into a wall socket to restore the charge to these batteries.

Only, there is one problem:  you may not have enough outlets in the one area where you would like to charge all your stuff.  Fortunately, you can use a Primecables usb charging station to o just that.

A USB Charging Station is Compact

The biggest benefit to a USB charging station is that it allows you take advantage of more function with less space.  Using separate charging bases in a 6-outlet power strip is bulky, but a charging station lets you simply plug your cables into the same power source for a more effective charging experience.

A USB Charging Station is Versatile

Space saving is great, of course, but using a multiport USB charging station also lets you charge several devices at the same time.  From your smartphone to your camera to your tablet to your music player (or any other remote-type device that might require a charge) you can use the same station to do all of it!  No more keeping track of all the different types of USB bases (and trying to fit them all onto a single power strip)!

A USB Charging Station is fast

Ok, the charging station alone might not be fast—it can depend on the model—but when you use a USB charging station, it can charge your devices more quickly than plugging them all into a traditional power strip.  You could plug your phone into your computer, for example, but you will quickly come to find that yields some pretty slow charging.  And when it comes to high-capacity devices—like your tablet, for instance—you will want something specifically designed for charging mobile devices via USB (and then use a high-capacity USB 2a cable).

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