The charging cable your smartphone came with isn’t expected to last forever. This can also be said of the adapter.
To further complicate things, there are now 3rd party accessories that act as hubs for mobiles, mp3 players and equipment (printers, diffusers, etc.), and cables that can act as both charger and data transfer at the same time.
Here’s how to choose the right cable and USB adapter for maximum output.
The Right Adapter
An adapter is a plug that you put in a socket. It can take on many different forms- as an extension, a power hub or a power bank, among other things. As to what kind of charging adapter is best will depend on your preference.
Next, you will need to determine if your device supports fast charging or wireless charging, and up to how many watts it can take. Most smartphones manufactured today will have some kind of quick charging feature and is something you will want every time you plug in your phone.
The Right Cable
Getting the right wattage isn’t entirely dependent on the adapter. You will also need to get the right charging cable to fast-charge your computer, tablet or smartphone. Make sure to check for the ‘fast charge’ feature when buying on Amazon.
Once you determine that the micro USB cable supports fast charge, the next thing to consider is the length. Safety certifications and support is important too so you won’t damage your phone.
Lastly, you will want a micro USB cable that can stand the test of time. Cellularize has one of the best micro USB cables around in terms of durability and function. It supports fast charging and the material is made from nylon and aramid fiber, which means it won’t break or cause problems as with the stock cable.
Pair up a capable adapter and the best USB cable for speedy file transfers and charging.