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Anker floods the Qi2 wireless charging scene with 6 new accessories

By Cookie Monster - on 10 Jan 2024, 4:00am

Anker floods the Qi2 wireless charging scene with 6 new accessories

Anker's new MaGo wireless charging lineup is Qi2-certified.

Anker jumps on the Qi2 bandwagon at CES 2024 with the unveiling of not one, but six accessories to fit every consumer's need.

1. Anker MagGo Wireless Charger (Pad)

Starting with the MagGo Wireless Charger (Pad), Anker has a worthy alternative to Apple's MagSafe charger (1m) with a 1.5m extended cable.

The aluminium alloy material helps to boost heat dissipation for faster wireless charging. It also has an ActiveShield 2.0 safety system, which performs over 3,000 daily temperature checks to ensure a safe charging experience. 

Anker says the MagGo Wireless Charger (Pad) can be used with the iPhone 15/14/13/12 series, AirPods 3, AirPods Pro/Pro 2 and more. 

It is now available for purchase on Anker's website for US$21.99 (~S$29).

2. Anker MagGo Wireless Charging Station (Foldable 3-in-1)

Consumers who are looking for a multi-device travel charger should consider the MagGo Wireless Charging Station (Foldable 3-in-1). 

When folded, it measures 89 x 60 x 25mm and weighs 195.6g. Don't belittle its ultra-compact foldable design, as it can charge the iPhone at up to 15W, fast-charge the Apple Watch at up to 5W, and charge the AirPods at up to 5W. 

The charging pad for the iPhone is adjustable, allowing you to adjust to the optimal angle for watching videos or reading. A 40W Power Delivery adapter and 1.5m USB-C to USB-C cable are bundled with the wireless charging station, which Anker recommends using for best results.

Priced at US$109.99 (~S$146), it is now available for purchase on Anker's website.

3. Anker MagGo Power Bank (6.6K)

As its name suggests, the power bank has a 6,600mAh capacity that can charge the iPhone 15 once. Thanks to Qi2, you can fuel up the iPhone 15 pro from 0% to 50% in just 45 minutes.

The charging pad is also adjustable from 30° to 65°, giving you the flexibility to find the optimal angle. It comes with a 0.6m USB-C to USB-C cable.

Pre-orders for the MagGo Power Bank (6.6K) have started on Anker's website with deliveries expected from 12 February to 25 February. It is priced at US$69.99 (~S$93).

4. Anker MagGo Power Bank (10K)

The MagGo Power Bank (10K) comes with a built-in kickstand to video call or watch videos while recharging your iPhone.

Unlike its 6.6K sibling, it has an informative smart display that shows the battery level, the remaining battery in hours, full recharge time, and charging status (charging device or recharging power bank). 

It also comes with an additional feature, bi-directional USB-C charging. With 27W USB-C fast charging, it can charge the iPhone 15 to 60% in just 30 minutes while recharging itself.

The Anker MagGo Power Bank (10K) is now available on Anker's website for US$89.99 (~S$120).

5. Anker MagGo Magnetic Charging Station (8-in-1)

Designed for the ultimate power user who wants a streamlined setup and clutter-free desktop, the MagGo Magnetic Charging Station (8-in-1) comes with one 15W magnetic pad, three AC outlets, two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports.

Anker's Dynamic Power Distribution technology is a smart power allocation system that ensures efficient charging and maximum power when charging eight devices at the same time.

It is now available for purchase on Anker's website for US$99.99 (~S$133).

6. Anker MagGo Wireless Charging Station (3-in-1 Stand)

The Anker 3-in-1 Stand can charge the iPhone at up to 15W, fast charge the Apple Watch at 5W and AirPods at 5W. The "tree-like" design is similar to the Belkin's BoostCharge Pro 3-in-1 Magnetic Stand, which allows the simultaneous charging of three devices in a space-saving form factor. 

Priced at US$89.99 (~S$120), it comes with a 40W USB-C charger and 1.5M USB-C to USB-C cable. This is the only Anker device that is not available for purchase or pre-order at the moment.

Source: Anker

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