Bolse makes a great car charger that has 3 ports on it. 2 of these ports are dedicated to devices like the iPhone and one is dedicated to the Android market. In my tests, I was able to charge both an iPad and my kindle at the same time and also my non-smart cell phone all at the same time.
Since I have a Kindle Fire, as my main product, it is the one I attach the most often and I am pleased to say that this charger is fast and easy to use. I can’t say that I timed the charge to say how fast it was but generally it took less than half an hour any time I hooked it up to get a full charge. I have had other chargers that took several hours to get to the same point.
I also learned something when I got this charger that I did not know before. The reason some chargers do not work with my Kindle is that the Kindle needs a charger that can deliver a charge at a higher amp rating that is required by a cell phone. If it is not rated for 2.1 amps, the tablet will not charge.
I am not sure why the 3 ports are labeled as iPhone and Samsung. I was able to connect my sons Samsung phone to the iPhone port and it charged just fine. I also can charge my Kindle on any of the ports as well. So it is a small mystery to me. I have not however tried to charge the I pad on the Samsung port. I did Text my Asus T-100 and it charged on all three ports as well.
My only complaint is so minor that I almost don’t want to mention them but in the attempt at fairness and completeness, I must. First, the words on the charger are so faint and small that it is hard for me to read. I do not have terrible eyesight, but it is hard to read. I must also say that whatever documentation that was in the box the charger came in is even harder to read. With my glasses and a magnifying glass, I could not read the words on the paper so I do not know what it was about or for. This aside, the charger itself works great, and I definitely recommend it.