USB hubs are still a little way behind when it comes to being able to fast charge your mobile devices even though a variety of smartphones and tablets now support Quick Charge 2.0.
But hopefully it shouldn’t be too long before USB hubs start to break onto the market supporting the Quick Charge 2.0 standard, as a number of USB hubs have been spotted being showcased at this year Computex 2015 technology show.
Engadget has been on site and already discovered a few different USB hubs that are being prepped for international launch and support the new Quick Charge 2.0 standard.
One such device is the Hong Kong’s Magic-Pro Power Station Super 4 USB hub that comes equipped with 4 x USB ports, two of which can automatically switch to either 9V or 12V for faster charging when compatible devices are connected.
The new Quick Charge 2.0 USB hub is expected to be available towards the end of this month and comes supplied with a car charger and a Quick Charge 2.0 friendly micro-USB data cable and is priced at $65.