Wireless charging has always remained a dream technology rather than reality. But the reality is that wireless charging becomes just as more affordable as more devices start sporting this technology (the newest affordable iPhone SE is no exception). As devices adopt the new charging standard, choosing the right wireless charging device becomes an even harder decision.
Table of Contents
- Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Stand
- Nanami Fast Wireless Charger
- Choetech Dual Wireless Charger
- Belkin Wireless Charging Dock
- Anker PowerWave Charger
- Inter-Warehouse Wireless Chargers
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There are plenty of reasons to opt-in for the new standard: apart from the pure satisfaction of juicing your device by just putting it onto a charger, there will be much less fiddling with the wire and as a result, less worn out chargers and destroyed charging ports. If you are still not convinced enough to ditch your wires, take a look at the best wireless chargers available in 2020.
This device is the best wireless charger you can buy for many reasons, but the most prominent features are 10W of power that can be used to charge your smartphone (albeit Samsungs can be charged a bit quicker), and the charger’s form-factor — it’s a stand, which will allow you to use your phone in both landscape and portrait modes. No need to take off your favorite case - this Belkin is going to juice up any phone with cases up to 3mm thick.
Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Stand is a uniquely slick and powerful device, capable of quickly charging your phone and letting you use it in the process, informing you on the charging status with an LED indicator. You can also be sure that no electricity is wasted thanks to the device’s foreign-object-detection function, which lets the charger know that the phone is not on it. Available in black and white, this charger is the ultimate choice for those who are willing to pay a bit extra for a powerful and sleek device.
The Nanami Fast Wireless Charger is a decent competition to the Belkin’s device for several reasons, the first and foremost being the price — Nanami’s charger is considerably cheaper than its Belkin competitor, although you may want to pay extra for a QuickCharge 2.0 adapter to charge your phone in minutes. The Nanami comes in classic stand design, which will allow you to charge your phone in both portrait and landscape modes. It supports any Android or iOS device supporting the Qi charging standard.
For those worrying about their phone’s battery health, the Nanami boasts a safety assurance feature, which means it won’t overcharge or overheat your device. The LED indicator will also not annoy you during the night, as it shuts off during several seconds of informing you of the charging status. The bottom line is that the Nanami Fast Wireless Charger is a great choice for those who want to get a quality charger that will be safe for your phone but won’t break the bank.
In a more conservative design comes the Choetech Dual Wireless Charger. Mind you, a conservative design doesn’t mean bad — capable of charging two devices at once and an appealing price, the Choetech charger is a good device to consider. If you are an AirPods owner, you may want to choose this charger, as it allows you to charge your phone and the AirPods or AirPods Pro case at the same time. The Choetech comes in a pad form-factor, which may be a bummer for those who like to use their phone while charging, on the other hand, it’s a good design for those who like to lay their phone on the charger and forget about it.
The Choetech is a powerful device as well — capable of producing up to 10W of electricity while charging two devices, it also comes with an 18W adapter, which is a great deal. On the other hand, being a quite bulky device, it may be not as portable as you’d probably hope. Other pros include a non-slip surface and a heat-dissipating design.
Another Belkin enters our list to offer a premium and versatile charging solution. Even though this charger cannot compete to be the most affordable one, it offers a range of cool features, the most prominent one being the 3-in-1 charging mode. This mode allows you to charge your phone, your smartwatch, and even your AirPods case thanks to the USB-A port on the back of the charger.
The Belkin Wireless Charging Dock features a classy premium look, but there are a few drawbacks, and bulky design is one of them. It is going to be difficult to take this charger on a trip, but the design doesn’t really imply traveling, so those who want to take their charger to vacation may look elsewhere. The wattage is also limited to 7.5W, which makes this charger not the best choice for fans of fast charging. In short, if you plan to use your wireless charger as part of your home décor and you have plenty of time to charge your devices, this Belkin charger may be a good choice for you. On the other hand, a hefty price tag may make it difficult to consider this device.
Anker offers a more practical solution — the Anker PowerWave Charger. Equipped with an internal cooling fan, it won’t allow your device to overheat. On top of that, the PowerWave charger sports a case-friendly design that will let your phone to be charged without taking your phone case on and off.
As usual, Android devices get the benefit of charging a bit faster than iPhones — like many wireless chargers, Anker’s device charges at up to 10W for Android phones versus 7.5W for iPhones. The safety system the PowerWave is equipped with makes sure that your phone won’t get too much power. Another useful feature is an anti-slip surface that won’t allow your phone to escape from this charging stand.
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