I know that wall chargers are the most known and used type of charging electronic. However, this AllMaybe EU2 wall charger is quite unique because of its power and its design too. Power The first important part of any charger is knowing how powerful it is and in this case, there’s a lot of power to use be used. That’s because it has two USB ports that use Quick Charge 3.0, so each of the ports is able to charge Quick Charge compatible devices (which are many on the market), at their max charging speeds. Of course, since there are two ports you’re able to charge two Quick Charge compatible devices at their max charging speed at the same time which is the main highlight of this product. You can charge standard Non-Compatible Quick charge devices at their max power too, as the ports are able to output 5V/2.4A for standard devices. With all that said, if you’re purchasing this wall charger solely for charging Non-Quick Charge devices, then it’s best to search for wall chargers that feature standard charging ports only. That’s because you’re able to get a lower price. Design The design of this AllMaybe wall charger is its second best part and that’s because of its use of an LCD screen with a backlight. The screen shows the Voltage and Amperage real time as charging is happening so you’re able to know just how fast your smartphone or other devices are charging. The screen also shows the Watt-Hour amount of power that has been filled up so far. Also, the screen even shows which USB port’s stats are being shown, and that’s because you’re able to choose which port’s stats you want to be shown. Just pressing the button will change which port is shown and another thing is that you’re able to turn off the LED backlight by holding the button down on the wall charger. The last part of the design that I wanted to mention is that this wall charger has a retractable AC Adapter that makes portability easier as it basically makes the wall charger a cube. Take a look at more of AllMaybe's products over at their website.