Belkin announces its 2018 lineup of charging solutions

Today, Belkin announced its 2018 lineup of mobile charging solutions, including wireless chargers, fast chargers, and more. The news comes just a few days ahead of the start of CES next week.

The Boost Up Bold Wireless Charging Pad and Wireless Charging Stand (seen above on the bottom-left and top-center, respectively) both provide 10W of output, and can charge through cases that are up to 3mm thick. They come in a variety of colors, and the Stand allows you to place the device in either portrait or landscape mode, so you can view the screen in whichever way you'd like.

There's a Boost Up Dual Wireless Charging Pad (bottom-center), and that's exactly what it sounds like. You can use it to wirelessly charge two devices at the same time. Each side provides 10W of power and, like the others, can charge through a 3mm case.

Next up is the Boost Up Wireless Charging Car Mount, which will provide 10W of output in the car. There's also a USB port, which you can use as an additional option for charging. To round up the wireless charging lineup, the Boost Up Wireless Charging System is a commercial product that's designed for conference rooms, retail, restaurants, and so on.

Belkin is also introducing the Home Charger 27W, and the Dual Port Home Charger 27W + USB-C to USB-A Cable. The former is meant to charge ultrabooks and MacBooks via its USB Type-C port, but it's also a similar wattage to the power required to fast charge a new iPhone 8 or iPhone X. The latter has both a Type-A and a Type-C port, offering an output of 12W and 27W, respectively.

Finally, the Pocket Power USB-C 10K can charge a device with Quick Charge 3.0 up to 80% in just 35 minutes. Belkin says that it has a "portable and sleek design to fit into your pocket", and it won't scratch your devices.

All of the products announced today will be available in the spring or the summer of 2018.

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