iSmart 2.0 – Charging Made Smarter
Get the most out of your device’s recharging capabilities with the iSmart 2.0 technology that detects all connected devices and adjusts the charging output accordingly. Its Smart Voltage functionality keeps the voltage consistent throughout operation to reduce charging time.
40W & 4 USB Ports
Gone are the days you and your brothers had to take turns on the most conveniently placed power socket. The RP-PC026 lets you charge up to 4 smartphones or tablets simultaneously at maximum speed.
Compact Build & 100-240V Input
Ready for the next family adventure abroad? Bring just one charger for all your portable devices. The charger’s pins retract into its extremely compact construction for improved portability. Benefit from universal compatibility with the 100-240V input the charger comes with.
When it comes to multiple charging, avoid assembling multiple adapters and building up hazardous connections to get the job done faster. Instead, rely on a wall charger that comes with built-in safeguards to prevent overheating, overcharging, and short-circuit to protect both you and your devices.
What’s In the Box:
1 x RAVPower 40W Wall Charger with 4 iSmart 2.0 USB Ports
1 x User Guide
iSmart 2.0 – Charging Made Smarter: Rely on the iSmart 2.0 technology that detects all connected devices and adjusts the output accordingly; benefit from consistent and reliable charging voltage to minimize charging time
40W & 4 USB Ports: Recharge up to 4 smartphones or tablets simultaneously at maximum speed; minimize waiting time and avoid taking turns on the power outlet
Easy to Store and Carry: Enjoy a portable construction that’s easy to store and carry; unfold the pins only when needed to save some extra room and prevent accidental damage
Worldwide 100-240v Input: Plug the RAVPower wall charger into any power outlet and enjoy universal compatibility for worldwide travelling
360° Protection: Experience enhanced protection for you and your devices thanks to the built-in safeguards to prevent overheating, overcharging, and short-circuit