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Moshi Symbus Q Wireless Charging USB-C Dock

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Turn your laptop into a desktop system that charges wirelessly with the Moshi Symbus Q Wireless Charging USB-C Dock. Utilizing Q-coil technology, this device wirelessly charges your smartphone. Likewise, Symbus Q is capable of charging through phone cases up to five millimeters thick. Complete with Qi certification, the USB-C hub supports Samsung’s 9W and Apple’s 7.5W fast charging. Aside from wirelessly charging your devices, it also connects your USB-C laptop or MacBook to wired internet or an HDMI monitor. In addition, it joins your device to USB peripherals like a mouse, keyboard or external storage. Featuring state-of-the-art USB-C chips, the wireless charging USB-C dock supports 4K video output. Compatible with HDMI-enabled devices, it also supports digital surround sound to projectors, AV receivers, and displays. Wrapped in aluminum, the Symbus Q keeps your workspace stylish and organized.

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All devices which support USB-C
4.57 x 2.83 x 1.26 Inches
23.28 Ounces
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Do note that it accepts only the barrel type DC in (no USB-C) and doesn’t work at all without power, there are no USB-C ports (only USB-A), and only the very center of the charging pad will charge your phone so the phone will typically either lie in a position uncomfortable to reach or limiting access to the USB ports. It gets really hot when charging wirelessly - especially when also powering a USB-C device.

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