What you need to know
- Satechi just announced the Quatro Wireless Power Bank.
- It'll wireless charge iPhones, AirPods, and Apple Watch.
- It can charge all three at the same time if you don't mind using a cable.
Satechi just announced the Quatro Wireless Power Bank that's designed to charge iPhones, AirPods, and Apple Watches all at the same time. And it even manages to look stunning in the process.
While multiple device-charging isn't particularly new, charging an Apple Watch is something you don't normally see. Satechi offers that and charges your other stuff as well.
Importantly, the Apple Watch charger is built in, rather than repurposing the charger that Apple ships. That gives you added flexibility that not all chargers of this ilk can boast. Then there's USB-C PD output for charging up to 18W to round things out.
The new Quatro Wireless Power Bank will be available from mid-October and will be priced at $99.99. Anyone pre-orderin through October 15 will save $20 by entering discount code QUATRO as well!
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