9 Wireless chargers that are better than the AirPower would’ve been
With all our gadgets and gear, it’s no wonder we were so hyped about the AirPower. None of us like dealing with cables and plugs and fighting over valuable outlets. Instead, go for one of these wireless chargers that are all about simplifying your life.
- What happened to Apple’s AirPower? The wireless charger that never was; despite all the hype and announcements from the brand, they pulled the plug on production.
- What does the future of charging look like? New smartphones are able to charge each other meaning you’ll never have to worry about power banks, cables, and outlets.
- Where can I find on the go charging options? Check out our power banks category here.
Any Apple fan will agree: hearing that the AirPower won’t become a reality was crushing. They had us waiting on the edges of our seats for simplified charging for all our devices in one place.
Some of you may still be recovering from the announcement but we’ve got 9 wireless chargers that do so much more than just charge a single smartphone.
Legrand Radiant Wireless Charger Wall Plate
When it comes to charging, the people want multi-functionality and the Radiant Charger does just that. Slim, out of the way, and modern, it has a built-in stand to hold your smartphone as it wirelessly charges. But, it also has two outlets and even a USB port for anything else you need to top up.
La Orey Multipurpose Wireless Charger
La Orey knocked this one out of the park. There’s room for your iPhone, Apple Watch, and your AirPods, all in a sleek and slim design. You can also use it with micro USB and Lightning charging. Best of all, at $35, it’s also the most affordable wireless charger on this list.
Samsung Wireless Charger Duo
Offering fast charge technology for both sides, the Charger Duo is perfect for those with a smartphone and a smartwatch. Designed originally for Samsung devices, the stand keeps your smartphone in view so you never miss a thing and it works with any Qi-enabled device.
Courant Catch 3 Aluminum Wireless Charger
If you’re in the market for something stylish, the Courant Catch 3 is for you. It has an exceptionally stunning design with a 3-coil Qi-certified platform for your smartphone. But there’s also space for your wallet, sunglasses, jewelry, or anything else you want to keep safe.
Native Union Block Wireless Charger
If minimalism is more your vibe, check out the Block Charger. As the name suggests, it’s a block with a built-in wireless charger complete with a transparent view of the components. Simply drop your device into place to access fast 10W charging. It also has a built-in valet tray.
STEALTHO Transforming Desk Organizer with Wireless Charger
The STEALTHO is all about maximizing space on your desk. While there’s space to wirelessly charge your device, it also includes a writing board, sticky notes stand, coaster, USB hub, and a total of 12 features in one. Did we mention it looks as good as it functions?
ZENS Dual+Watch Aluminum Wireless Charger
Any multi-device household (which is every household…) knows charging space is valuable. With the ZENS Dual+Watch Charger, there’s room for two smartphones as well as your smartwatch. All charging wirelessly, it features a single piece of high-grade aluminum for a stunning finish.
Wyrex Wireless Fast Charging Pad
Have even more to charge? The Wyrex can handle two smartphones, your smartwatch, and your AirPods all in one place. All four chargers deliver fast charging, making it 33% faster than most wireless charging systems. Choose to lay it flat to keep it out of sight or use the kickstand to keep an eye on your notifications.
GazeTray Wireless Charging Storage Tray
They say you shouldn’t have favorites, but the GazeTray truly is an all-in-one beauty. With the ability to charge five devices at once, it comes in three stunning colors, has two extra USB ports, and offers total organization, all at an impressively affordable price.
And there you have it – answers to all your AirPower woes. Which one suits your life the best? Let us know in the comments!
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