Belkin Wireless Charging Stand 10W + Speaker Review
October 14, 2020

A great desk companion.

Belkin is usually one of our favorites when it comes to smartphone accessories. With the new Boost Charge Wireless Charging Stand 10W + Speaker, it is giving a simpler way to listen to your music or podcasts and even take calls while it is wireless charging on your desk.

Coming in a circular design, this wireless charging stand charges any Qi-enabled smartphone in portrait or landscape. Charging in landscape mode is beneficial especially when you’re watching a movie while charging, freeing you from the limitation when it’s plugged with a wire. Wireless charging comes in a 10W, making it compatible with devices from Apple, Samsung, LG, Sony, and even Google.

At the back you will find a single Bluetooth button that is used for pairing, connecting, and even disconnecting devices. I’ve tried pairing with every smartphone that I have at home and it paired seamlessly without any problems. Its overall design is compact, making it easy to place on any desk or nightstand.

Sound output is better than I expected, considering its small size. Voices are loud and clear, making it useful when used as a speakerphone. Bass is present even if it’s a little lacking, but the crisp treble is enough to make me enjoy my music when I play it on my desk.

My only quip is that for certain items like AirPods, it sits too low on the stand that it won’t charge at all. Compare that to a flat wireless charger where you can just put the device on top and it will start charging. Belkin’s Wireless Charging Stand is clearly just made for smartphones.

It isn’t perfect, but the Belkin Wireless Charging Stand 10W + Speaker offers a convenient way to charge your device and listen to your music at the same time. It’s one of the few accessories that you should definitely have on your desk.

We Like: 

+ Supports fast charging

+ Compatible with nearly every device using the Qi wireless charging standard

+ Decent sound output.

We Didn’t Like:

– Some Qi-enabled devices can’t be charged

Final Rating: 4/5

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. When he’s not busy playing with the latest games, Victor usually spends his time collecting Blu-rays and building his own movie library. As the Online Editor for T3 Middle East, he develops and writes content for which includes reviews, features, and videos in addition to managing its social media and web content.
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