Question Recommendations for a dual wireless fast charger

Goi

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Any recommendations for dual wireless fast chargers for a Pixel 4 XL and Galaxy S22 Ultra? Preferably white and simple design, and reasonable priced (as far south of $100 as possible).

Thanks!
 

Tech Junky

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All you need is a charging pad / QI

The problem is w/ the varying charging rates is that it takes forever @ 10-15W maybe 25W with some models.

I have a OnePlus though that can do 30W wireless and wired but, newer models are pushing up to 80W+ with some new models coming over 100W.

Wired charging through you can get some decent 100W chargers w/ dual ports for less than $50.
 

Goi

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I'm fine with just 10-15W on wireless, as long as it's faster than the standard 5W on Qi wireless chargers. Any recommendations? I saw the Belkin has dual charging pads that do 10-15W, but they're kinda expensive. Was looking for something cheaper.
 

Tech Junky

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Qi / slow charging isn't really my wheelhouse as I tend to just plugin. I use a power bank that can output up to 100W combined power for my phone / laptop / other devices as it has a mix of A/C ports on it. I skip the OP charger due to wantin the battery to last longer on the phone and get 18W from the PB which is fine.

I tried a couple of QI pads though in the past with prior phones and they're kind of finicky to deal with. IIRC I got 10W from them and the novelty wore off and threw them in a drawer.

Depending on the phone's charging protocols though...
Looks like the GS22 goes up to 45W - USB PD 3.0
Pixel 4 XL uses - QC3.0

https://www.ebay.com/itm/284491734880 - $50
https://www.tvc-mall.com/details/hhw-888w-dual-wireless-charging-dock-usb-a-usb-c-qc3-0-pd-charger-hub-led-display-phone-tablet-laptop-fast-charging-station-black-us-plug-sku660700229a.html - same thing $40 / international

https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Charging-Airpods-Charger-Station/dp/B09V4ZH9T6 - $22 but confusing as it has input power of ~27W but output of 40W between the 2 coils?

https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-ZealSound-Qi-Certified-Ultra-Slim-Compatible/dp/B07D9KT4HP/- $30 24W input and 3 x 5W output

Might be better off with single phone options to get the best rate of charge from them. Or go the power bank route and feed them from that simultaneously at higher outputs.
 

DigDog

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wired > wireless , at least today. we're talking *vastly* superior, so, unless you have a real reason why you need wireless (which i'd love to hear) you should go with the good ol' cable.
 

Goi

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Look guys, I know the pros and cons of wired vs wireless. I'm not expecting my devices to charge from 0-100% in 30min on any wireless charger. I'm fully aware wireless chargers are slower. I'm asking for recommendations for a wireless charger, not asking anyone to change my mind. The real reason is lack of cable mess, and I don't need any convincing otherwise. I'd appreciate if we can keep the discussion to the original subject. Thank you.
 

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