CES 2020: Satechi Launches New Trio Wireless Charging Pad

Satechi today announced the launch of a new three-in-one wireless charger that's able to charge multiple devices at once, including the Apple Watch, AirPods, and an iPhone equipped with Qi-based wireless charging capabilities.

Satechi's Trio Wireless Charging Pad is features a minimal design with a plain black design that includes an ‌Apple Watch‌ charging puck, an ‌AirPods‌ cutout that works with both the ‌AirPods‌ and the AirPods Pro, and a circular space designed to accommodate an ‌iPhone‌.


A single USB-C cable charges the Trio Wireless Charging Pad and it comes with a 24W adapter. The ‌Apple Watch‌ charging puck pops up to support charging in Nightstand mode, so it can be used on a bedside table.


According to Satechi, the Trio Wireless Charging Pad features foreign object detection and over temperature protection to detect issues and cut power if necessary.


The Satechi Trio Wireless Charging Pad is available now for $120 from the Satechi website and from Amazon. From January 7 to January 10, customers can get a $20 discount using the code STCES2020 on both sites.

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7 weeks ago
Tempting for an all-in-one solution, where I don't mind the specific dedicated placement areas at all. Haven't heard of this company, but an Amazon search shows a variety of items such as travel chargers, usb hubs, and stands.
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7 weeks ago
I think I need this. The $20 off coupon is very tempting. I’m worried it’s gonna be junk though. Looks great and if it does what it’s advertised to do will be a perfect replacement for the ancient iHome on my nightstand.
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7 weeks ago


Wait how is it Apple cant make AirPower work but some random company I and I imagine most people haven't heard of can?

I smell burning...

AirPower was supposed to charge your devices wherever you put them, this has dedicated chargers for each device and they aren’t interchangeable.
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7 weeks ago


Wait how is it Apple cant make AirPower work but some random company I and I imagine most people haven't heard of can?

I smell burning...

This is not airpower. At all.
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