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 Anker Wireless Charger



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I've using an Anker wireless charger for my smartphone for a year now, and it has worked exceptionally well. My previous wireless charger was also an Anker, in the form of a large disk. The problem with that charger was that lining up the phone was hit-and-miss. With the stand, the phone aligns perfectly every single time.

The charger is Qi-Certified and works perfectly with my new iPhone SE (no overheating at all). At most, the phone has only gotten slightly warm. As with most Anker products, I find it easy to recommend. The charger also saves wear and tear on the lightning connector, so bonus for that. As much as possible I try to charge the phone only at night while I'm sleeping. This Anker wireless charger makes it as convenient as it gets.

Amazon: Anker Wireless Charger, PowerWave Stand, Qi-Certified

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The listing on Amazon says "usb", is there not 110v connector?
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This one connects to a USB power block, such as those provided with new smartphones. I find this type of setup more convenient for my needs. My Anker wireless charger is simply connected to an extra Samsung USB charger that I had hanging around.

BTW, it will connect to any USB power source. That includes power strips with USB, car chargers, USB power banks, smartphone chargers, etc.