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Review of AnkerŪ 40W 5-Port USB Family-Sized Desktop Charger with a short video

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By A1will, Junior Member on 19th January 2014, 10:20 PM
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27th February 2014, 12:12 PM |#11  
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You should contact support@ianker.com.

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Originally Posted by Frozster

Hi guys, i thought i should post this up.Below are my results of testing the anker 40W charger with my galaxy note 10.1 (n8000) tablet. Unfortunately Im not receiving full speed charging as promised by Anker.

With the screen turned on,
Anker 40W, 2A charger = 0.7A
Original Samsung 2.1A charger = 1.2A

With the screen turned off (screen was left off for 1min and then turned on to take screenshot)
Anker 40W, 2A charger = 1.2A
Original Samsung 2.1A charger = 1.7A

Anyone getting similar results? Or did i get a bad copy? I've just contacted Anker, and am now waiting for a reply.

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Hello. what kind of response the manufacturer?
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