Friday, March 13th 2020

Get POWERED Up with Logitech's Family of Wireless Chargers

Today Logitech unveils a line of beautifully-crafted wireless chargers to make your charging experience simple and effortless. Introducing the Logitech POWERED family of wireless chargers - Logitech POWERED 3-in-1 Dock, Logitech POWERED Stand and Logitech POWERED Pad. These wireless chargers are designed to be simple, reliable and look great in any room, whether it be your bedroom, kitchen, office or living room.
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POWERED Wireless Charging 3-in-1 Dock - $129.99 USD MSRP
Beautifully crafted and meticulously engineered, the Logitech POWERED 3-in-1 Dock offers a new home for your iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch all at once. Finally, you can have a seamless charging experience worthy of the products you rely on every day—all in a compact form that fits perfectly on your nightstand or desk. POWERED 3-in-1 Dock is available in graphite and white.
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POWERED Wireless Charging Stand - $59.99 USD MSRP
Stand up for better charging with the Logitech POWERED Stand. Tired of having to choose between charging your smartphone or using it? Now, you can do both at the same time. Effortlessly make video calls, scan notifications and check emails while your device continues charging. POWERED Stand is available in graphite and white.
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POWERED Wireless Charging Pad - $39.99 USD MSRP
Enjoy safe, reliable wireless charging with the Logitech POWERED Pad. Leave charging cables behind and upgrade to a sleek wireless charger that fits effortlessly into your life and daily routine. POWERED Pad is available in graphite, white, lilac and blue sage.

All three products in the Logitech POWERED family are Qi-certified, making them compatible with Qi-enabled devices. These products offer fast charging for Apple (7.5 W) and Samsung (9 W) devices, so you can spend less time charging and more time doing. Finally, the chargers utilize a combination of internal heat sensors and algorithms to manage temperature, prevent overheating and ensure the optimal level of power is delivered to get you charged up faster.

No matter what your world looks like, we can help transform it into a wireless one. POWERED wireless chargers were engineered using the exacting Swiss standards that have helped Logitech ship more than a billion products over the past 35 years. Consider this your open invitation to the most magical charging experience ever.

So, what are you waiting for? It's time to enjoy effortless charging with the Logitech POWERED family, now available in the U.S. and Canada on Logitech.com and BestBuy Canada. For more information, please visit our website or connect with us @Logitech.
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12 Comments on Get POWERED Up with Logitech's Family of Wireless Chargers

#1
delshay
Sorry, but I want it to built into tables, furniture so it's invisible. This way I throw my phone anywhere on the table knowing it's getting charged.
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#2
Ferrum Master
Samsung S10 and up use wireless charge 2 ie around 15W

Quite stupid to release a eol product already, ain't it?
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tpuudp
Ferrum Master
Samsung S10 and up use wireless charge 2 ie around 15W

Quite stupid to release a eol product already, ain't it?
Part of the reason that Apple abandoned their wireless charger is that it's not possible to do fast charging with this many components without creating too much heat.

This is likely the limit of what's safe or legally tested
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#4
bonehead123
old news...

I saw this like 2 weeks ago somewhere else, and the reviews were NOT that great, at least for the 3-in-1 anyways......price too high for what you get also :(

f/A/i/L...
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Ferrum Master
tpuudp
Part of the reason that Apple abandoned their wireless charger is that it's not possible to do fast charging with this many components without creating too much heat.

This is likely the limit of what's safe or legally tested
Put a fan in the dock.

Idk... I am an authorized service technician also for Samsung... they do not overheat.
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#6
lemonadesoda
What a bunch of uninspiring marketing photos.
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
lemonadesoda
What a bunch of uninspiring marketing photos.
I thought this was PR For a kiln...
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#8
Mussels
Moderprator
As someone who uses wireless charging tech... why is this so outdated?

It doesnt support the modern standards of almost any phone except apple and only works at slow speeds, and its pricey as all f*ck...
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#9
remixedcat
Doesn't wireless charging cycle batteries faster. Lots of people on the s9 reddit have recorded worse performance after...
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#10
Vayra86
Wireless charging. For me its straight up there with the most useless tech developments of the century. Pointless waste of time in every possible way. Connect a cable, its not hard and no your life didn't get better for not having to... it just can't. Its basically a new problem looking for solutions - heat, degradation, efficiency, etc etc.

In a similar way... wireless earbuds that get lost 10x more easily and limit listening time, and die 10x faster because batteries go old. *sigh* We call this progress..?

We wonder why the climate's going to shit. This is why; its no longer about practical use or advantage, its about planned obscolesence and the endless search for new differentiating features just to sell a handset. Add software update and/or non replacable battery = $$$$!
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Ferrum Master
remixedcat
Doesn't wireless charging cycle batteries faster. Lots of people on the s9 reddit have recorded worse performance after...
It is just because charging always the device to the max. Lithium doesn't like it. For phones it is already is boosted to 4.4V, resulting in less charging cycles albeit more capacity. Imagine the log plot. Earlier manufacturers went to 4.2V only for example. Some example plot.



There are apps, even in build service like Sony does that leaves a margin. Charging only to certain voltage/percentage in order to boost cycle amount.

For idiocity like wireless buds etc... Yes I treat those things like that. There is no real option, no space for bigger battery. It is tortured at maximum rate.
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