Baseus introduces four new wireless charging devices

Baseus introduces four new wireless charging devices

The latest in wireless charging from Baseus include an iPhone X case, a powerbank, a car mount, and a basic charging pad. These devices – the latest additions to the Baseus #GoWireless line – were launched last Aug 29 at Le Petit Souffle, Century City Mall, Makati.

Baseus 1+1 Wireless Charger Backpack Power Bank 5000mAh (Php 2,490)

Here’s an iPhone X case and battery pack that can be charged wirelessly. Its shockproof and anti-scratch magnetic PU case tightly secures the charger to your phone (which adds more than 150% extra power). The Baseus 1+1 Wireless Charger Backpack Power Bank 5000mAh has four LED light (to let you now its charge level and charging status), features a foldable kickback stand (for watching videos hands-free), and lets you attach your iPhone lightning headphones or your lightning cable (not included) to sync data while charging.

Baseus 1+1 Wireless Charger Backpack Power Bank
Baseus 1+1 Wireless Charger Backpack Power Bank

Baseus Bracket Wireless Powerbank 8000mAh (Php 1,590)

This small and lightweight power bank is also a wireless charging pad. Unlike the usual Spartan brick design, the Baseus Bracket Wireless Powerbank 8000mAh features a cool-looking full-screen digital display. It supports 5W wireless charging and has dual USB output for charging 3 devices at the same time (one on the charging pad, the other two via USB cable). It even has a pullout stand to hold your phone uprigth (which is very cool indeed).

Baseus Bracket Wireless Powerbank 8000mAh
Baseus Bracket Wireless Powerbank 8000mAh

Baseus Wireless Charger Gravity Car Mount (Php 1,490)

This is essentially a wireless charging pad on a mount attached to your vehicle’s dashboard air vent. The Baseus Wireless Charger Gravity Car Mount adjusts to your phone’s required current (with a charger output of 5V/2A, 9V/17.A, is compatible with most Qi-enabled wireless chargign phones 4.0-6.5 inches wide, and allows you to lock and remove your phone with a one-hand motion (this holds your phone securely for navigation while driving).

Baseus Wireless Charger Gravity Car Mount
Baseus Wireless Charger Gravity Car Mount

Baseus Simple Wireless Charger (Php 1,190)

Sometimes all you need is a basic wireless charger, which removes your need to plug in a charging cable to your phone. The Baseus Simple Wireless Charger is compatible with smartphones with a built-in wireless charging receiver. It’s ultra thin, compact, lightweight, and has DC 5V and 9V input voltage (making it more universal). It prevents overcharging (it shuts down when device is fully charged), keeps the temperature low while charging (with an upgraded temperature control), and is not harmful to health (with its internal magnetic isolation sheet).

Baseus Simple Wireless Charger
Baseus Simple Wireless Charger

Where to Buy

Baseus (derived from “Based on Users”) is made with the needs of its users in mind. The four wireless devices above are available at Baseus Bonifacio High Street, Trinoma, SM Southmall, SM Fairview, and UP Town Center. You can also find them at OMG Robinsons Ermita, Ayala Malls Feliz, Festive Walk Mall Iloilo, and SM Cagayan De Oro.

For details, visit http://www.baseus.com/, or follow Baseus on Facebook and Instagram (@officialbaseusph).

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Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife's cooking so much he's now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman - his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, "Notwithstanding Pigs," initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.