IOttie's New Qi Wireless Devices Redefine Fast Wireless Charging

JRC Supplies Various Smart Wireless Chargers For Different Smartphones

JRC Supplies Various Smart Wireless Chargers For Different Smartphones

Now that Apple has embraced wireless charging, Belkin has unveiled a slew of wireless chargers that seem to have been made for the iPhone, including fast chargers, a battery pack, and a auto mount that doubles as a charger to boot. But iOttie's new iONWireless Fast Charging Pad, announced among a whole bunch of other chargers at CES, might have finally delivered. Once users adhere a thin metal plate to their Qi-enabled phone or phone case, magnets hidden under the front surface of the iON Home Wireless Power Station securely hold the phone in place while it charges wirelessly.

Among the products is the Boost UpBold which is an updated version of Belkin's entry-level charging pad. With five generations of CES Innovation Awards for wireless charging, iOttie is an established industry leader known to design high quality, user-friendly devices - and its newest products are no exception.

Last but not least is the Boost Up Wireless Charging System, a commercial-grade wireless charger that's designed restaurants, offices, and more. It's a Qi charger that supports up to 10W total output, accepts input via USB-C, and comes in five different colors of soft-touch fabric that looks nice and shouldn't scratch my phone (there's also a silicone ring that should keep devices from sliding off). There is also another Dual Wireless Charging Pad that has the same features as the first model but comes with a pair of pads. The Boost UP product line includes a wireless charging pad, a wireless charging stand, a wireless charging auto mount, and a dual wireless charging pad.

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Third, the Boost Up Wireless Charging Car Universal Mount is already pretty self-explanatory. It can be mounted to a car's dash or window, and includes an extra USB port to charge another non-wireless device.

As for the other products to be released, they have the Pocket Power USB-C powerbank with 10K of juice and can charge up to 80% in 35 minutes, if the device is Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 enabled.

Moving on from the wireless chargers, the Home Charger 27W and the Dual Port Home Charger 27W are two USB-C wall chargers that Belkin is rolling out. Under the hood, there's a 10,000 mAh pack, and it sports USB Type-C and USB Type-A chargers. One has a rating of 27W with a single Type-C port while the second one is a dual-port 39W rated charger. All three products will be available later this quarter.

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