Gaming Two Minute Review: Twin:Charge 4 from Snakebyte

Two Minute Review: Twin:Charge 4 from Snakebyte


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It’s time to do a two minute review of the Twin:Charge 4 from Snakebyte.

With the Twin:Charge 4 charging station by snakebyte your controllers are always ready for action. Two controllers can be charged without any additional cables and the front LEDs show you their current charging status. The design is specifically tailored to the PlayStation 4 to match the look of your favorite console.


  • Charging station for two PlayStation 4 controllers
  • Compatible with DualShock 4
  • LED charging status indicator
  • Design matches the PS4 console
  • Input: 5V/1.5A

Who are Snakebyte?

Established in Germany 1997, the snakebyte group is a leading global provider of consumer electronics. The Company has offices in Germany, Shenzhen, the US and Hong Kong and develops and distributes a wide selection of products specializing in connected media devices, gaming, simulation, drones & RC products. In addition, the Company provides its services in the OEM/ODM sector, working with partners to realise their goals and stay ahead of the competition. The snakebyte group have high levels of expertise in hardware engineering and software development, experts at creating an ecosystem in which technology and media can co-exist and provide state-of-the-art experiences for the consumer.

What’s in the box?

The box contains the charger, a cable and a manual.

A Closer Look

When the controllers are charging the LEDs turn red.

When a controller is fully charged the LED turns blue.

Final Thoughts

Whether you have one controller or two (or more) at some point you will need to charge them, and why not charge them when they are sitting on the side not being used? That’s where the Twin:Charge 4 comes in to play.

To set it up you just plug in the USB cable into the charger, and then into either a wall socket (if you have a plug) or to your PS4 (or other USB port) and that’s it! Then you just put the controller on the charger and wait.

When the controllers are charging the LEDs on the front show Red and when the controllers are charged it shows Blue, as you can see from the pictures above.

All very simple and uncomplicated – just what you want to ensure that your controllers stay charged and are ready to use when you need them. If you have a PS4 this bit of kit is a must.

Available now, the Twin:Charge 4 from Snakebyte is priced around £20.

For more information, please visit and follow snakebyte on Facebook, and Twitter.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.



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