Working from home means keeping your laptops and smartphones constantly powered. While most laptops already come with their own chargers, sometimes getting a third-party multi-charger may be a better option to keep everything powered. Or maybe, you want a wireless charger and speaker to play some mood music while you grind away. No worries, we got you covered there, too.
Here are our picks.
Ugreen 65W GaN charger
The Ugreen 65W GaN charger is an inexpensive four-port charger that can replenish practically any mobile device. Everything from the latest smartphones to the Nintendo Switch and newer USB-C notebooks. The charger has three USB-C ports and a USB-A port, and supports fast-charging protocols (QuickCharge 4.0 and USB Power Delivery 3.0).
ZMI 50W Power Bank + Charger (APB03)
The ZMI 50W Power Bank + Charger (or APB03) is designed to reduce your load when travelling. Instead of carrying a separate notebook power adapter and portable battery, this does both. Despite the name, there’s no 50W output. ZMI added the USB-C output (45W) to the USB-A output (5W) when they are in use simultaneously to get 50W, and used that in the product name.
Belkin Boost Charge 3-in-1 Wireless Charger
While slightly on the more expensive side, users deep within Apple’s ecosystem will love the Belkin Boost Charge 3-in-1 Wireless Charger. It’s not the fastest of wireless chargers in the market, but it combines all your charging points for your iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple AirPods into one convenient location. Oh, it has a pretty clean design, too.
Xiaomi 45W USB-C Adaptor
The Xiaomi 45W USB-C (CDQ02ZM) power adaptor will charge your smartphone, iPad, Nintendo Switch or your notebook quickly, and is compact enough to carry around without being a burden. Get this if you're looking for a new charger since your new smartphone likely doesn't come with one.
Genki Covert Dock
Designed to easily let your Nintendo Switch stream to the TV without the default dock, the Genki Covert Dock is a 30W power plug and HDMI adaptor. It’s not restricted to the Switch, as you can also use the Covert Dock to cast your laptop or mobile devices to the big screen as well.
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