Logitech Launches New POWERED 3-in-1 Dock for Wirelessly Charging iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch

Wednesday March 11, 2020 7:00 AM PDT by Juli Clover

Logitech today debuted a new series of POWERED wireless charging options, which includes a POWERED Stand, a POWERED Pad, and a POWERED 3-in-1 dock for charging iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods.


Priced at $129.99, Logitech's POWERED Wireless Charging 3-in-1 Dock is a compact charger that accommodates an ‌iPhone‌ in an upright charging position alongside a charging space for ‌AirPods‌, AirPods Pro, or an additional ‌iPhone‌ at the bottom of the dock and a matching upright pedestal for charging an ‌Apple Watch‌.


Logitech's POWERED Wireless Charging Stand, priced at $59.99, is a simple upright charging solution that's designed to work with an ‌iPhone‌ that supports Qi-based wireless charging or the ‌AirPods‌. It is not compatible with the ‌AirPods Pro‌.


Logitech's POWERED Wireless Charging Pad, priced at $40, is the company's simplest charging option of the three. It's a standard square-shaped Qi-based wireless charger that has a clean, no frills design.


All three of Logitech's new POWERED wireless chargers can be purchased in graphite or white, with additional lilac and blue sage colors available for the Pad. They all charge Apple's iPhones at 7.5W, which is the maximum charging speed supported at this time.

Logitech says that there are a combination of internal heat sensors and algorithms that are designed to manage temperature to prevent overheating and ensure optimal power for the quickest charging.

The new POWERED charging options can be purchased from the Logitech website in the U.S. and Canada starting today.

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3 weeks ago
$129 for a 2 coil charger with a watch add on? Wow.
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3 weeks ago
Ugly. The Nomad charging stations are much nicer.
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3 weeks ago
does it really only use one power cable though, or do I have to jerry-rig the Apple Watch power in there as well? They always leave that out of the picture...
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3 weeks ago
I went to the Logitech link and all it offers is "more info" on the charger. There is no link or button to buy it.
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3 weeks ago
If it includes the Apple Watch charging ability then it's a little better but... I've already given up on this type of "charging" station and went out and got an Anker wireless charger ($11.95) and a cheap 3rd party Apple Watch charger cable for $24 (though I'd recommend the Apple Watch cable at $29).

So for ... $40.95 I've got a phone wireless charger and an Apple Watch charger, add $11.95 for another wireless charger = $52.90. A $76 markup is kinda pricey.
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3 weeks ago


or for $30 I can buy 3 qi pucks...

Yes, of course there is always a lower priced inferior product available. Everyone already knows this
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