Belkin Announces Boost Charge TrueFreedom Pro Wireless Charger and Boost Charge UV Sanitizer

Belkin today announced the Boost Charge TrueFreedom Pro Wireless Charger and the Boost Charge UV Sanitizer and Wireless Charger.

belkin wireless charger pro

The Boost Charge TrueFreedom Pro Wireless Charger is the latest addition to Belkin's portfolio of Qi-certified wireless charging solutions. The TrueFreedom Pro offers full-surface charging, allowing users to place up to two Qi-enabled devices anywhere on the charging pad to receive 10W of power for each device simultaneously.

The charger contains 16 individual charging coils to intelligently provide consistent power to devices anywhere on the pad. This means that users need not align the devices exactly, as with many other wireless chargers, to begin charging. It also has two LED lights to indicate charging status, silver chrome accents, and a leather-like finish.

belkin wireless charger pro coils

Belkin also unveiled the Boost Charge UV Sanitizer and Wireless Charger, which it claims reduces up to 99.99% of bacteria with two internal UV-C LED lights. Phones and other small, nonporous items can be safely sanitized by placing them inside the compact device. Belkin has also added a 10W wireless charger on the top of the UV sanitizer to power devices.

belkin uv sanitizer

The TrueFreedom Pro appears to be Belkin's answer to other full-surface wireless chargers such as the Nomad Base Station, while the Boost Charge UV Sanitizer seems to be positioned as a rival to the PhoneSoap sanitizer.

The Belkin Boost Charge TrueFreedom Pro Wireless Charger is now available for purchase at select retailers and coming soon to Belkin's online store for $129.99. The Boost Charge UV Sanitizer and Wireless Charger is available now at select retailers and Belkin's online store for $79.99.

Top Rated Comments

SneakyTurtle Avatar
46 months ago

Does anyone here have an intelligent, informed, insightful answer to why Apple couldn’t pull off AirPower, which supposedly was this (minus the sanitizer thingy). It’s a tall order for these forms in general, but maybe somebody has an answer. Anonymous Apple lurker, you’re up.
Simply because they needed support for the Apple Watch too. It is using a modified non-standard Qi solution. :)
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
IIGS User Avatar
46 months ago
It kills bacteria.

Does it kill viruses? We're all kinda worried about viruses right now...
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Iconoclysm Avatar
46 months ago

Does anyone here have an intelligent, informed, insightful answer to why Apple couldn’t pull off AirPower, which supposedly was this (minus the sanitizer thingy). It’s a tall order for these forms in general, but maybe somebody has an answer. Anonymous Apple lurker, you’re up.
This is about half of what Airpower is/was. Also, it's not that Apple couldn't do it, it's that they did and they felt it wasn't up to their standards.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Kabeyun Avatar
46 months ago
Does anyone here have an intelligent, informed, insightful answer to why Apple couldn’t pull off AirPower, which supposedly was this (minus the sanitizer thingy). It’s a tall order for these forms in general, but maybe somebody has an answer. Anonymous Apple lurker, you’re up.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple_Robert Avatar
46 months ago
If I didn’t already have the “Phone Soap” device, I would consider getting the Bellini. Not a bad price.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DeanL Avatar
46 months ago

Simply because they needed support for the Apple Watch too. It is using a modified non-standard Qi solution. :)
I don’t believe this. Apple could have simply brought the Apple Watch to the Qi standard.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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