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Zens unveils modular wireless charging system that can support up to 6 devices

By Cookie Monster - on 2 Dec 2020, 12:00am

Zens unveils modular wireless charging system that can support up to 6 devices

Image source: Zens.

Zens announced its latest wireless charging solution, the Modular Series. 

The Modular Series allows consumers to build their preferred wireless charging solution with any of the three Main Station designs:

  • Modular Single Wireless Charger Main Station: 15W output with 65W power adapter included 
  • Modular Dual Wireless Charger Main Station: 2 x15W output with 65W power adapter included
  • Modular Stand Wireless Charger Main Station: 15W output with 65W power adapter included

Any of the Main Station can support up to four extensions. There are currently two extensions offered by Zens: the Modular Apple Watch Charger extension and the Modular Single Wireless Charger extension. Consumers can mix and match the Main Stations and extensions to support up to six devices. 

A potential combination that you can consider.

Aside from the Modular Apple Watch Charger Extension, the other Modular Series can work with all devices that support Qi wireless charging. They also support iPhone and Samsung fast charge.

While the flexibility to build your own wireless charging solution is welcomed, it does not come cheap. The retail prices of the Main Stations and extensions are: 

  • €39.99 for Modular Single Wireless Charger Extension

  • €49.99 for Modular Apple Watch Charger Extension

  • €59.99 for Modular Single Wireless Charger Main Station 

  • €69.99 for Modular Stand Wireless Charger Main Station 

  • €99.99 for Modular Dual Wireless Charger Main Station

They are available for purchase on Zens' website and the company is offering worldwide shipping. 

Source: Zens via MacRumours