Stay Powered Up: Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charger

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Apple’s recently released smartphones support wireless charging, and Belkin has readied itself to support this new development. The company worked closely with Apple to develop the Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad, specifically for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.

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Belkin Boost Up wireless charging pad

It features a non-slip surface, supports charging up to 7.5W, and charges through most lightweight cases under 3mm thick. And, the minimally designed, circular device is easy to use. Simply lay your smartphone on top of the device and an LED light indicates when the phone is properly aligned for charging.

Belkin Boost Up wireless charging pad. Image credit: Belkin.
The Boost Up Wireless charger works by way of Qi inductive technology, and it will charge any Qi enabled device. If you’re a Samsung user, there’s a Boost Up charger for you too. It’s compatible with the latest Samsung devices, and it charges up to 15W- the fastest wireless charging solution possible. Whatever your preference, there’s a wireless Belkin charging pad to help you cut the cord, and stay powered up.

 

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