Verbatim 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Dock
The last product I have from Verbatim is the Verbatim 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Dock.
It retails for S$159 on Shopee.
To start, Verbatim 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Dock is Apple MFi, and Qi certified. It can charge up to 4 devices simultaneously, with a maximum output of 45W.
Fun fact, Verbatim 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Dock started out as a crowd-funding project in Korea back in early 2020. After it was successfully funded, they also released a limited edition Black Verbatim 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Dock.
The power brick is huge, easily making up 50% of the size of the charging dock. So you might encounter issues if your power socket does not have enough clearance.
Interestingly, the maximum output of the power brick is 60W, so technically, Verbatim could have added another USB port to the charging dock.
The four in 4-in-1 consist of Apple Watch charging (5W), Qi wireless charging (10W), Lightning port (9V/2A = 18W), and a USB-A port (5V/2.4A = 12W).
Verbatim opted to go for the wired route with the Lightning port for your docked iPhone rather than another Qi wireless charger. I do hope they can replace the Lightning port with a MagSafe charger in the future.
The design of the dock feels premium with the aluminum housing and black rubber accent.
The build of the dock is solid and weighs 410g. It can be heavier because when I remove my iPhone from the dock using one hand, the dock will get lifted.
I wish they would replace the USB-A port with a USB-C port. Because if you are getting this dock, the chances are you will use it to charge your headphones or your secondary phone, and you will stand to benefit more from a USB-C port than a USB-A one.
There are three LED indicators in front of the dock, which got me confused. I thought it meant indicating the charging status for the Apple Watch, Qi, and Lightning. But I am wrong.
The first red LED means Qi is wireless charging your device. The second green LED means that the charging dock is connected to the power source.
Lastly, the third blue LED means wireless charging has been completed, but of course, this indicator might not work with all wireless devices.