Samsung has just launched its wireless charger that will allow us to charge up to three devices simultaneously. This is the Samsung Wireless Charger Trio, and although the design is not that refined, it is everything that Apple’s AirPower wanted to be.
A few weeks ago, Samsung made a presentation in which they presented several mid-range devices. On the one hand, the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet and, on the other, the Galaxy A42 5G, a mobile that continues to take steps to democratize the 5G connection in the mid-range. However, he also showed us the Samsung WIreless Charger Trio.
Something curious is that this charger has an area in which we can only charge the smartwatch. An icon at the base and a small bulging area indicate that this is where the company’s classic round watches go.
In the broadest part, we can charge two mobiles simultaneously, two wireless headphone boxes, or one of each. The company already had the Duo Pad (it can be bought for 63 euros on Amazon). This allows the charging of two devices. But three are major words due to the coils’ problems.
Precisely, and according to all the rumors and leaks, Apple’s AirPower was “canceled” precisely. Because its ambitious design did not allow us to charge three devices simultaneously.
Apple indeed has a more compact size and without delimited areas. But Samsung seems to have been the one that has found the key.
This multiple wireless chargers from Samsung has just gone on sale in South Korea for 99,000 KRW. This is about 70 euros to change. It weighs 320 grams and has dimensions of 240 x 86 x 15.5 mm.
As we can read in GSM Arena, it has six coils to allow three simultaneous charging devices. It has not arrived alone, since a portable battery with a capacity of 20,000 mAh compatible with QuickCharge 2.0 has also been launched (a power of 15 W ) and USB power delivery of up to 25 W for about 55 euros to change.
We will see if Samsung launches these accessories in our territory. Still, they are very desirable devices for practically any user, since a portable battery never hurts. And now that wireless charging is becoming popular in devices of all kinds.