The current ALL-88 stock is the newest revision with the white display as of August, 2017.
The first charger I've seen that can truly charge everything out there---times 8! This charger can do it all---4.2v lithium-ion, NiMH, LiFePo4, and even 4.3v/4.35v lithium-ion---all with individual slot control (each slot is like its own charger). This may be the only charger you'll ever need!
The adjustable charge rates allow you to charge everything from the smallest cells like 10440 and 16340 all the way up to the biggest 26650s with safety and speed. Speaking of speed, this charger can output 8x 1A! That's right, you can charge eight cells at the same time at full power!
The large charge bays means that this can charge up to 8x 26650s concurrently--something that most 4x or more chargers can't do due to the larger diameter cells (most 4x bay chargers can only fit 2x26650). This charger works with cells up to 72mm long, accomodating even the longest protected cells and 26700s, with a positive pole connector that works with both flat top and button top cells.
When you read HKJ's review you will see that this is a great charger. Here the conclusion from his review:
This is a fairly advanced charger with support for most round cells on the market, both fairly large and very small. At first glance it might look complicated to use, but it is not and it is also fast to use for 1A charging on NiMH and 4.20V LiIon. Other types of cells requires a few more keypresses, the short-cuts makes it fast to setup many of the same cell.
The charger has some small text on the display and it is required to check it before charging. The charger will not start automatic, it is always necessary to press some keys to select voltage and current.
Due to the wide slots, it is necessary to be a bit careful when loading thinner cells (Like AA), they have to be centered in the slot.
I will rated this charger as a very good charger, but it requires a bit care when starting a charge."
Because this charger offers so many different termination voltages, it is important that you read the manual and understand how to set the termination voltage for your batteries before using the charger.
What Cells Work?