The Moshi Otto Q, Porto Q 5K, and Symbus Q: Hands-on with posh wireless chargers

As you might have heard, Samsung released a trio of Galaxy smartphones recently, that not only feature a unique look thanks to their Infinity O display and multi-camera setup, but also offer more practical amenities like a 3.5mm headphone jack and wireless charging. Although the headphone jack might soon disappear from future devices, wireless charging seems to be something we will see for quite some time, with more and more devices packing the much-wanted feature each year.

Of course, the technology isn't new, with one of the earliest smartphones to offer it making its debut nearly ten years ago. So, as you can imagine, there are plenty of options to choose from on the market. Today, we will be taking a look at three different options from a company called Moshi, an accessory firm that obsesses about design, so that it can offer its customers high-quality products that not only work great but also look very good.

The Otto Q, Porto Q 5K, and Symbus Q make use of simple yet elegant designs and can provide fast charging capabilities to compatible devices. The tops are made from soft cloth mesh and have a rubberized portion that prevents smartphones or other items from slipping off. The Otto Q is a fast charging wireless pad that offers a puck design, while the Porto Q 5K looks more oblong and packs a 5,000mAh battery for wireless or wired charging on the go.

The Symbus Q is perhaps the most unique out of the bunch, doubling as a wireless charging pad and USB Type-C dock. It comes with its own AC Adapter and can power a laptop, while also providing expansion via its USB-A, HDMI and Ethernet ports. For more details, be sure to check out our video above. You can purchase the wireless chargers from Moshi or Amazon.

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