Native Union announces the Drop XL 3-in-1 wireless charger
What you need to know
- The Drop XL Wireless Charger (Watch Edition) is a new wireless charger from Native Union.
- It has a detachable Apple Watch charger.
- It's available for $149.99 now.
Native Union has announced the Drop XL Wireless Charger (Watch Edition), complete with a detachable Apple Watch charger accessory. The whole thing comes in a gorgeous dark gray textured finish and it's available now.
Anyone with AirPods, an Apple Watch, and an iPhone will know how irritating it can be to deal with three different chargers. That needn't be the case, though. This wireless charger can charge all three at the same time and it does it all from a single wall outlet. There's even an additional USB-A port should the need to charge something else arise.
The whole shebang is available for $149.99 right now as noted by 9to5Mac, although you'll have to order direct. It doesn't appear to be available in Native Union's Amazon store just yet.
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