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Review of iClever BoostCube 50W 6-Port USB Desktop Rapid Charger

I’ve got a couple reviews for you coming up and we’ll start with a 6 port desktop USB charger from iClever today that’s great looking and it can handle up to 50 watts of output power with a maximum of 2.4amps per port meaning it can fast charge most any device you own. Read on to learn more…


Product: iClever BoostCube 50W 6-Port USB Desktop Rapid Charger

Price: $22.99 (from Amazon at time of review)

Overall Rating: 5/5



iClever BoostCube 50W 6-Port USB Desktop Rapid Charger (2.4A Max Per Port), Intelligent USB Travel Charger with SmartID Technology for Smartphone, Tablet, Power Bank & Other USB Powered Devices, Black

-SmartID Technology: recognizes the electronic device and maximizes charging efficiency. Charge faster and save time
-Powerful Capacity: 50 Watt Output through 6 ports. Allows you to charge any combination of USB-compatible devices
Safe and Sturdy Design: lightweight, compact and easily portable. Fits in your pocket and perfect for travel. Contains internal protection mechanisms

iClever – Ever Clever

SmartID Technology
Did you know that not all chargers charge a device equally fast?
Enhanced by our SmartID technology, the smart USB port is capable of identifying a specific device, and thus ensuring maximum charging efficiency and speed. With SmartID, our charger “knows” your device and charges at the maximum speed.

All in one charger
With 6 ports, you no longer have to decide between which devices to charge.The super output of 50 watts lets you charge any combination of phones, tablets or other USB-charged devices simultaneously.

Superb quality and reliability
The performance and safety is effectively enhanced and maximized by the fire-proof material in its design and a full array of internal protection mechanisms (over-current, short-circuit and over-temperature protection).

Broad Compatibility
– Smartphones & Tablet: Kindle, Kindle Fire; iPhone 6S / 6S Plus, 6 Plus 6 5S, iPad Pro / Air / Mini, iPod; Samsung; HTC; LG; Motorola; Blackberry etc.
– Others: External Battery Power Bank; GPS; PSP, PS4 Controller; Bluetooth Speaker & Headset; Mp3 Player etc.

– Input: 100-240V 50/60Hz.
– Output: DC 5V/10A Max (2.4A Max per port)

Price: $22.99 (from Amazon at time of review)

Let’s start out with a video unboxing and then move on:


The packaging is fine, it’s a box with info on it and inside you’ll find a plastic tray that holds the charger along with the power cable and user guide.

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There are six USB ports and each can handle up to 2.4amps so most anything you plug in should fast charge if it’s capable of it. On the back is the power port to plug the power cable into and the rest is black except for the iClever logo on the side. All in all it seems well made and easily able to stand up to just being tossed into your bag and go and it should be safe.


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For testing I charged stuff, lots of stuff at the same time like a two speakers, two tablets, phone, and an external USB battery charger and it all charged fine.

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It’s a simple product really, there’s not much to it, it’s a USB charger, what more can I say, it works as it should.

The charger would be fine sitting on your desk as it does look good, it would be great in an office of home setting surely.

The charger is very well made, it’s solid really, like a little brick and the USB ports are spaced enough apart that it’s mostly easy to get them in. The only issue might be if you have to plug the USB cable into one of the center ports while all the other ports are occupied, it’s a tight fit really. It’s not a big issue but I just thought I should  mention it.

All in all it’s a good product and if you’re looking for a desktop USB charger then I can easily recommend this one.


+ Fast charging
+ Well made
+ Simple to use


– None that I could find



Disclosure: This product was given to us for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review; I do not, never have, and never will, accept payment from companies to review their products.