CES 2018: Belkin Announces Variety of Wireless Chargers for iPhone X and iPhone 8

Belkin has launched new wireless charging pads designed specifically for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. The range of wireless charging pads unveiled by the company at CES 2018 are designed to meet a consumer’s wireless charging demand in every scenario possible. 

The new Boost Up range of wireless chargers from Belkin now include the following:

  • Boost Up Bold Wireless Charging Pad
  • Boost Up Wireless Charging Stand
  • Boost Up Wireless Car Charging Mount
  • Boost Up Dual Wireless Charging Pad
  • Boost Up Wireless Charging System

The wireless charging pad is similar to Belkin’s existing Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad except that it comes in a variety of colors and supports up to 10W of wireless output for fast charging on compatible devices. Next up is the Wireless Charging Stand which shares most of the features and design as the Charging Pad. However, the pad’s frame can be propped up to charge the iPhone wirelessly while placed vertically as well.

Then there is the Wireless Car Charging Mount which is meant to offer wireless charging in your car. You mount the charger like any other in-car mount — on your dashboard or windscreen. There’s a cable dangling from the mount which you will need to connect to the 12V power socket in your car. The in-car mount also comes with an additional USB port so that you can charge other devices. Similar to other wireless chargers unveiled by Belkin today, the car charging mount also supports up to 10W wireless charging.

Finally, there is the Boost Up Dual Wireless Charging Pad. It essentially features two charging pad so that you can wirelessly charge two Qi-compatible devices at once. Both pads are able to charge individual devices at up to 10W.

As for the wireless charging system, Belkin says its meant for use in commercial and enterprise offices and offers various mounting options.

All the wireless chargers announced by Belkin today will start shipping in the summer or spring of 2018. The company did not announce the price of any of its wireless charging pads.