Choetech is no newcomer to dual wireless charging pads. I have been using the Choetech USB-C Dual 5W Wireless Charging Pad in the office, and it is still serving well.
There are two variants of the Nomad Base Station. Hub Edition and Apple Watch Edition.
The difference between the Hub Edition and the Apple Watch Edition is the former includes a 7.5W USB-A port and an 18W USB-C PD port to charge an additional two devices, while the later, only consists of an Apple Watch charger.
Ugreen Portable Apple Watch Charger is a MFI certified portable Apple Watch charger.
It weighs just 33 g and provides an output of 1A to charge your Apple Watch. All series of Apple Watches are compatible.
The HyperDrive USB-C Hub for iPad Pro 2018 is a USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s) USB-C hub that is designed for the iPad Pro 11″ and the iPad Pro 12.9″ (3rd Generation).
The enclosure is made up of CNC aluminum and is available in two colors to match your iPad, Silver and Space Grey.
I received my Innergie 60C USB-C seven months ago as I have backed the Kickstarter project, but Innergie is kind enough to send me another one which is the retail packaging being sold on Amazon.
As the product name sounds, Choetech USB-C Dual 5W Wireless Charging Pad is a dual 5W wireless charging pad powered by USB-C.
It is two wireless chargers put together and powered by a single USB-C port. The charging pad measures 220 x 90 x 14 (mm) and weighs 150 g.
Funxim X8 is a 10W Qi wireless charging pad that allows your iPhone or Android phone together with your Apple Watch.
Funxim X8 started out on Kickstarter on November 2017 where it raised a total of US$448,097 out of their initial goal of US$10,000 from 10,983 backers. They started shipping to their backers from January 2018.
After a successful run with the Passport, Zendure is back again with an upgraded version of Passport, called, Passport Pro.
Passport Pro is the world’s first resettable grounded travel adapter with USB-C Power Delivery (PD) charging.
Belkin Boost Up Bold 10W Wireless Charging Pad was announced back in January 2018 and was released in Singapore in September 2018 at a recommended retail price of S$99.
Belkin Boost Up Bold is a 10W Qi wireless charging pad. It charges your device at 5W, 7.5W, 9W, or 10W. For iPhones, it will be at 7.5W (including the newer iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max). For newer Android phones that support wireless charging, it will be at 10W.
The Zendure 63W USB-C PD Charger is the first product and second project that I backed on Indiegogo. My first backed project on Indiegogo was to support the development of PHP Inspections EA Extended.
I backed the project on 15th December 2017, and it was supposed to ship to me in April 2018. But as usual, crowdfunding projects are always delayed. I received it on the 11th of September 2018.