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This Anker wireless charging pad is only $8 ($10 off) with promo code (Updated)

This Anker wireless charging pad is only $8 ($10 off) with promo code (Updated)

Whether you're tired of fumbling with wires to charge your favorite smartphone, or you've already converted to wireless power and you're in need of more charging pads, you're going to want to take a look at this affordable option from Anker. Available now through the end of this month, Amazon Prime members can snatch up an Anker PowerPort Wireless 5 Pad for just $7.99 ($10 off) with promo code.

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SnapTo by Moshi review: Magnetic, fast wireless chargers for your desk and car

SnapTo by Moshi review: Magnetic, fast wireless chargers for your desk and car

Qi wireless charging's popularity has seen an ebb and flow since the tech's introduction. After growing slowly but steadily for several years, it stalled for a while, but is seeing a resurgence now with many popular smartphone makers supporting the standard. Flagships from Google, Samsung, Huawei, and several other Android brands are Qi compatible nowadays, and accessory makers have jumped on the trend.

Beside wireless charging pads and stands, many have combined the convenience of plopping a device on a surface and seeing its battery fill up with the simplicity of magnetic mounts, to create a product that's nearly seamless to use.

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The Tylt Vu Qi Wireless Charger We Loved At CES Is Being Released On April 1st For $70

The Tylt Vu Qi Wireless Charger We Loved At CES Is Being Released On April 1st For $70

Sure, the Tylt Vu sort of looks like it was custom-tailored for a Windows Phone 8 device, but it's also officially our favorite Qi charger after seeing it at CES last week. If you've never used a wireless charger, it's probably not immediately apparent why the Vu is particularly want-worthy. But have no doubt - it is.

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The Vu has two distinct advantages over competing chargers. First, it's also a phone stand - you can set your phone on the Vu, and still use it like you would a normal dock, because you can still actually see your phone's screen without having to strain your neck.

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