The best of…wireless charging
If you struggle to keep your cell from sliding off your dash during long drives, this car charger is a great way to keep it topped up. It works for all phones with Qi adaptability, including Android and Google.
Anker PowerPort Wireless 10
With the release of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, Apple users can now enjoy wireless charging, too, so they should learn the name Anker. With 5_watts, PowerPort isn’t the fastest charger, but it’s an affordable, reliable choice.
Samsung Fast Charge
Samsung was one of the first companies to support wireless charging, and its devices are some of the speediest on the market. Galaxy_users will love how this “sleek” palm-size charger looks on a desk or nightstand.
15W Belkin BoostUp
A 7.5-watt device will charge an iPhone just as quickly, but 15 watts make a difference for fast-charging enabled Android phones. The BoostUp has a rubber ring in the middle to keep phones from sliding off.
Pi is the future of wireless charging—it’ll charge up to four phones at once if they’re placed within a foot of it. The MIT graduates who developed it expect it to be priced under $200.
Preorder only, picharging.com