Apple is working on releasing an “AirPower” wireless charging pad that’s unlike most comparable devices out there. Why? Because it can charge three devices at once. That’s pretty great, but the rumored price tag is something of a record scratch: $199. The YTech Premium Triple Pad can also charge three devices at once… but it’s available right now and it only costs $50 on Amazon. Supplies are running low so you’d better hurry if you want one.
Here’s what you need to know from the product page:
- IT IS EASY – You can easily wirelessly charge up to 3 smartphones or tablets at the same time, by placing them on the large charging pad, and charging will immediately begin.
- STABLE WIRELESS CHARGING – Compatible with all Qi-certified wireless charging enabled devices made by Samsung, Google, Motorola and Nokia plus those that have a Qi-certified wireless charging enabled case or adapter, such as the YTech charger receiver for Apple iPhone or other devives
- SAFETY GUARANTEE AND HASSLE-FREE WARRANTY: Approved by FCC, RoHS, and CE, this wireless charger provides over-voltage, under-voltage, short-circuit protection to ensure safety for your cell phone
- SAFETY PROTECTION: This Wireless Charger is with safe protection, such as Over-current, Over-voltage, Over-temperature and Short-circuit. It’s normal for the pad and phone get warm slightly during charging (Usually 45° for inductive charging; 35°-40° for standard charging). Do not need to remove your protective case if the thickness does not exceed 3mm.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE — YTech provides a 100% satisfaction guarantee and is happy to assist with any refunds or exchanges WITHIN 60 DAYS!
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APPLE’S AIRPOWER IS RUMORED TO COST $199, BUT THERE’S A SIMILAR WIRELESS CHARGER OUT NOW FOR $50 originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 6 Nov 2017 at 15:04:33 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.