In the last couple of years we have seen advancements in charging specs and hardware. Generally faster charging speeds and reversible plugs are a good thing, but for most of us this change is a pain in the rear. USB type C brings us a fully reversible plug which is very nice to have, but almost all of our products still use microUSB.

Mix in compatibility or quality issues, and it just makes for a mess for us consumers who need to sort out who makes good third party accessories for our devices.

I can tell you with 100% certainty that AUKEY is one of the brands I use and recommend without hesitation. From headphones, to portable batteries, to chargers, AUKEY is a brand I rely on heavily.

I’ve been using AUKEY’s 5-port charging block with USB Type-C and Quick Charge 3.0, and am here to tell you why you should consider picking one up for your own needs.



  • $42.99 at Amazon
  • Quick Charge 2.0 and 3.0 compatible
  • 4 standard USB type A ports
  • 1 USB type C port compatible with devices like the HTC 10, LG G5, and Nexus 6P
  • Includes one USB type C cable
  • 5.7 x 5.6 x 1.5 inches

Design and Usage

Being an Android blogger means I have dozens of devices to plug in and charge. Single port chargers aren’t an option for me, and many of you are in the same boat. Smartwatch, tablet, smartphone, wireless speaker, portable battery, etc. Charged separately and you would need five wall plugs which is a wire mess. Also there is a good chance that all five chargers are not the same – some might be older and some might be made for type C. Simply put, it’s just easier with a charging station.

While many flagship smartphones are making the switch to USB type C, the biggest one of all, the Samsung Galaxy S7, decided to stick with microUSB.  Not to mention that almost no mobile accessories have made the switch – it’s a pain in the rear.

That’s why I love using AUKEY’s 5-port charger with USB type C. It suits all of my needs, does it with a nice compact build, and it charges all of my type C devices without issue. I’ve charged the HTC 10, LG G5, Pixel C, Xiaomi Mi5, and Nexbit Robin with the USB type C port on the AUKEY charger and it worked flawlessly. No fried devices. It also charged my LG G5 in the fastest way possible, where it went from 0-80% in about 30 minutes. The AUKEY 5-port charger is also compatible with my Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and fast charges it as well.

Like all of AUKEY’s products I use, the 5-port charging block is built to the highest standards. Seams and lines are exactly where they should be, and there is no question AUKEY takes pride in the quality of its products.



AUKEY is a brand that I trust wholeheartedly. I’ve been using its products for many years and am still in love with what they have to offer. The 5-port charging block costs $42.99 at Amazon and comes with free Prime shipping.

It’s built incredibly well and has the latest charging standards that should get you through the next few years. I highly recommend this 5-port charging block from AUKEY.

Get the AUKEY 5-port charging station from Amazon for $42.99.

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