Satechi unveils new iPhone 13 charging accessories
What you need to know
- Satechi has new charging accessories for iPhone 13.
- It has today unveiled a new magnetic car charger, 40W USB-C car charger, and a new wall charger.
Satechi has today unveiled some new accessories for iPhone 13 including new gear for your car and MagSafe compatible accessories.
The company stated:
The new MagSafe car charger features Qi wireless charging and is mounted via clips to your car's air vent. There are no cords and the design means you can charge your phone whilst still using it for GPS navigation, music, or Bluetooth.
The new 40W dual USB-C car charger offers 40 watts of power that can charge two devices simultaneously at 20W, fitting into most car cigarette lighters. It has an aluminum design so it shouldn't look out of place in your car, and could be used to charge anything from an iPhone to an iPad.
Finally, there's a new 20W USB-C PD Wall charger that can deliver 50% charge to most devices in just 30 minutes. It's also foldable so you can take it on the road with you when you're done.
Satechi's Magnetic Wireless Car Charger is $44.99 on Amazon, whilst the 20W USB-C PD Wall Charger is just $17.99, also from Amazon.
The new 40W Dual USB-C PD Car Charger is available from Satechi for pre-order for $29.99 and will ship at the beginning of October. Customers can buy both car accessories together from Satechi.net and get 20% off with code CAR20 from now through September 30.
The new arrivals are available from Satechi.net now.
You can see more best MagSafe chargers in our roundup.
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