Hubs and charging stations comes in all different shapes and sizes. We’ve included various options to suit different needs and system charging requirements, so whether you’ve got an iPhone and an Apple Watch, an Android Quick Charge phone, or an Android USB-C phone, we’ve got you covered.
The USB Charging Station Dock Satechi 7-Port
Charges seven different devices at once and keeps them in place as they charge up.
You get seven USB ports, three of which are compatible with Quick Charge, charging at 2.4A speeds and four charging at standard 1A. Port has protection against surges, so you don’t have to worry about unstable electricity. Contrary to what you see in the product images on Amazon, the cables are not included so you have to buy your own cables. Some point out that to have on the counter is not the most beautiful thing, particularly if you still have long cords. Most buyers, nevertheless, still say it gets it done and is working very well.
Pros: Charges seven devices at the same time, keeps gadgets in position, provides short cords without tangled wires for charging, inexpensive.
Cons: Not so good looking on the design, cables are not included
Nomad’s Wireless Charging Hub
Includes four USB ports and a wireless charging pad so five gadgets can be charged at once. The circular black puck has up a wireless charging pad with a maximum output of 7.5W. Below you’ll find three USB-A ports and one USB-C port to charge any other gadgets you’ve got in your house. It essentially means gadgets charging the quickest with the USB-C cable, the one USB-A 2.1A port charges the next fastest and the other two USB-A ports charge the slowest. A great bonus is the wireless charging cover, and it makes the entire charging station more realistic. there is no more wasted space on the top.
Pros: Charges five gadgets, wireless charger on upper edge, will include USB-C and USB-A ports, LED indicator lights are subtle, cable management is great.
Cons: High cost, wireless charging puck needs more grip to avoid slipping.
Belkin PowerHouse Charge Dock
At the same time, powers up your Apple Watch and your iPhone. It looked beautiful, and worked perfectly without cluttering my bedroom with cables and unsightly chargers. It’s less costly than many other dual iPhone and Apple Watch stations, but it’s designed into the system with a lightning port and an Apple Watch charging disk as you don’t want any additional cables. The first and only major downside to the charger was that you could charge only one iPhone and Apple Watch at a time, so when the rest of your family decides to boost up, they’ll have somewhere to go. Similar to the other charging stations in our guide it’s also pricey, but that was the price you pay for great looks and covered cables.
Pros: Good for iPhone and Apple Watch, robust, installed-in lightning, and Smartwatch charging ports reduce cable.
Cons: Just one iPhone and one Apple Watch are charged at such a time, and costly.
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