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Logitech’s Wireless Charging Dock Powers Your iPhone, Airpods, and Apple Watch

The Logitech 3-in-1 dock charging Airpods, an iPhone, and an Apple watch on a rustic nightstand.

Logitech announced a new wireless charging lineup, and you have enough choices to charge nearly any QI compatible device. In the case of the 3-in-1 dock, you can charge all the things at the same time. Ok, maybe not ALL the things, but it’ll charge an iPhone, your AirPods, and an Apple watch simultaneously.

Logitech’s Powered 3-in-1 Dock supports QI wireless charging, so while it’s aimed at Apple products, you can charge any QI compatible phone or headset (like the Logitech Zone Wireless headset) on it.

But obviously, the 3-in-1 Dock is best for people who are all in on Apple. The company offers the $130 Dock in your choice of black or white.

If a $130 Apple-centric dock is too much for you, Logitech still has you covered The company also introduced a stand that’ll charge any QI compatible phone, and your wireless charging Airpods if you so desire. It’s not the fastest charging stand out there, topping out at just 9 watts for Samsung phones, but at $60.00, it looks beautiful in graphite or white.

Finally, Logitech’s new $40 charging pad rounds out the family. Like the other chargers, it’s QI compatible for all your wireless charging devices, and it’s understated and supports up to 9-watt charging. If you don’t like stands or want to save a quick $20, the pad is the way to go.

Overall, Logitech’s new wireless charging family is somewhat expensive compared to the competition. We’ll have to see if the company’s name recognition and reputation for quality justify higher prices for slower chargers. You’ll be able to buy the chargers soon on Logitech’s site and at Best Buy.

via Logitech

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