While the picture hasn't been updated, the USB charger has. There's quite a lot of info that needs to be covered here, to including a few things you need to know before use....
First and foremost this is a fast charger. Instead of being 200ma like the old USB charger it's 420ma. Higher the milliamp rating, faster it charges. The story doesn't end there though. Even with imr (high drain batteries) that can be charged faster than their capacity rating, it's never wise to do so. It can lead to overcharging, damage of the cells, list goes on. Which brings us to the first warning- Do not charge your vapor titan titan, king diamond, or classic VK batteries with this charger. Doing so can damage the cells or worse. Please continue to use the slim line charger only for these batteries.
What a fast charge is designed for are fat batts, like the 808 egos or DAV's. Have tested this charger thoroughly with these batteries. Will list the charge times and final voltages on them, along with some stern warnings as we go along. A major thing to remember with fast chargers- Do not charge unattended Never leave a battery on a fast charger overnight, this can lead a potential situation. The times and final voltages are from 3 charging sessions with these batteries completely drained and the average has been given for both.
808 ego- 99 minutes to charge (roughly 1.5 hours), final voltage at green was 4.25v
The final voltage is very much on the high side (right at the maximum safest voltage on a 3.7v batt). This means it's imperative that if you use this charger for the 808 ego remove it as soon as the light goes green.
DAV's- Before anything else must first mention the one major flaw with these chargers. They will not fit nativly on the DAV's, the port is slightly recessed and because of how the DAV's are designed they will not screw in without the use of adapters. They require the use of a 510-808 and a 808-510 adapter (much like the mega cartos with DAV's). Other than that as the numbers will show these are the perfect charger for the DAV's with one caveat.
650 Auto- 97 minutes to charge (roughly 1.5 hours), final voltage at green 4.21v
650 Manual- 96 minutes (roughly 1.5 hours), final voltage 4.22v
900 Auto- 133 minutes (roughly 2 hours), final voltage 4.21v
900 Manual- 135 minutes (roughly 2 hours), final voltage 4.23v
1100 Auto- 168 minutes (roughly 2.75 hours), final voltage 4.23v
1100 manual- 169 minutes (roughly 2.75 hours), final voltage 4.23v
1300 Auto- 192 minutes (roughly 3 hours), final voltage 4.21v
1300 manual- 196 minutes (roughly 3 hours), final voltage 4.23v
Much faster charging than with the slim line (almost 3 times as fast), but here comes the one caveat. Unlike the slim line which even if these batteries are left on for more than 24 hours it will not overcharge them, same can't be said for the new fast USB charger. Here's the numbers on the Manual 1300mah DAV after it had been left on the charger for an extended period of time charged-
After 6 hours- 4.24, After 12 hours- 4.27, After 18 hours- 4.31v, After 24 hours- 4.33v
Was lucky nothing happened, but can't stress this enough- Anything over 4.25V on a 3.7V cell can lead to issues.... This can lead to complete failure of a cell, either on the charger or when a load is placed on it (as in the use of a carto). Do not leave your batteries on the charger after the light has gone green. For unattended or overnight charging only use the slim line charger!
Also tested the Zeus with the fast charger, though in all honesty it's not a needed item with the Zeus. It's own USB port is a faster charger than the new USB fast charger (500ma vs 420ma), and unlike with the new charger the USB port on the Zeus prevents overcharging even after extended periods of time. Will first list the charge time and voltage with the USB port, then the new fast charger time and voltage-
USB port- 118 minutes (just under 2 hours), final voltage 4.21v
USB fast charger- 133 minutes (2 hours 13 minutes), final voltage 4.22v
USB port left connected over a 24 hour period-
After 6 hours- 4.21, After 12 hours- 4.22, After 18 hours- 4.22v, After 24 hours- 4.23v
USB Fast Charger left connected after green over 24 hours-
After 6 hours- 4.24, After 12 hours- 4.27, After 18 hours- 4.31v, Removed it after 18 hours because the Zeus itself was quite hot and wasn't trying to risk an event.
On one hand the new USB charger gives faster charging times like so many users have begged for the DAV's and egos. The other it's a charger that has to monitored and should never be used for overnight charging. I am making this a sticky because of how important it is that people read and follow the warnings.
As for pics, new USB charger is on top, old on the bottom-