Satechi Launches Duo Wireless Charger Power Stand

Satechi today announced the launch of a new Duo Wireless Charger Power Stand, which is capable of charging up to three devices at one time with a built-in 10,000mAh battery.

satechi charging dock duo
Priced at $99.99, the Duo Wireless Charger Power Stand features a folding design with a magnetic charging base for the iPhone. The charging platform features Qi-based wireless charging, maxing out at 7.5W. There is also a platform for charging the AirPods, with 10W charging total possible.


Satechi says that the stand has been designed for making hands-free calls, streaming videos, listening to music, and more while on the go. The dock can be placed flush with the base or upright for viewing in landscape or portrait modes.

Along with the wireless charging platforms for ‌iPhone‌ and AirPods, there is also a USB-C port for charging one additional device. Because the stand is foldable, it can be tucked in a pocket or a backpack for charging anywhere.

The Satechi Duo Wireless Charger Power Stand can be purchased from the Satechi website for $99.99, but there is a 25 percent off discount available with the promo code DUO25 through December 15.

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Top Rated Comments

dmylrea Avatar
8 weeks ago
So AirPods charge with more power than an iPhone? Seems backwards.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jz0309 Avatar
8 weeks ago

Seems odd to have a battery on your desk to charge devices that could easily be corded. Last thing we need, from an environmental standpoint, is more batteries.
That was my first thought as well, why a battery on your desk? And for a travel accessory? Oh well…
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
compwiz1202 Avatar
8 weeks ago

That was my first thought as well, why a battery on your desk? And for a travel accessory? Oh well…
Wow I didn't even notice it was a power bank. Yes might as well just use cords for a power back. If you are traveling, you need all the power you can get, and wireless banks are super inefficient
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
icanhazmac Avatar
8 weeks ago
Seems odd to have a battery on your desk to charge devices that could easily be corded. Last thing we need, from an environmental standpoint, is more batteries.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SilverWalker Avatar
8 weeks ago

So AirPods charge with more power than an iPhone? Seems backwards.
I think they mean the entire device is 10w max rather than the ipod charging platform is 10w (since they specifically say the platform is 7.5w).
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
user314159 Avatar
8 weeks ago
Useless without 15W “MagSafe certified” charging. 7.5W is so weak.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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