Late last year, Belkin pulled its ‘InvisiGlass Ultra’ screen protector for the iPhone X from Apple stores due to complaints from customers about it cracking easily. Almost two months later, Belkin has resolved issues with the screen protector and has started selling an updated version with improved durability. Continue reading
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Belkin’s InvisiGlass Ultra protector for the iPhone X is once again available through Apple, following a December recall due to quality problems.
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The new Belkin Boost Up: Finally, a ‘wireless’ charging pad that’s better than using a cable.
(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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Belkin at the CES 2018 introduced a portfolio of mobile power products including wireless charging solutions, USB-C power banks, and fast-charging power delivery wall chargers that support Apple and other brands. BOOST UP Bold Wireless Charging Pad is a Universal wireless charging pad supports Apple, Samsung, and other Qi-enabled devices at optimal speed. It has 10W output charge that delivers faster wireless charging for all Qi-enabled devices. It comes in a variety of colors and charges in most cases up to 3mm thick. Next on the list is the BOOST UP Wireless Charging Stand which is a Universal wireless charging stand that supports Apple, Samsung, and other Qi-enabled devices at optimal speed. This too has 10W output charge and delivers faster wireless charging for all Qi-enabled devices. It supports landscape and portrait mode in its natural state. The stand comes with a significant amount of shielding, precision resistors, premium materials and components inside of the charging pad provides maximum charging efficiency. The power adapter comes included. The BOOST UP Wireless Charging Car Mount has 10W output charge delivers faster wireless charging for all Qi-enabled devices. It supports dash or window mounting with adjustability to accommodate for different phone sizes. It starts charging upon contact and retains the functionality of device which includes the use of WiFi, …
With a couple of months of use behind me, my feelings about the Belkin WeMo switches are just as conflicted now as they were when I unpacked these. On paper, the idea of a switch that you can plug anything in to make it smart is fantastic. In reality, I struggled to find many, if any honestly, devices I wanted to use the WeMo with. But that’s not even the meat of my issue with WeMo’s switches.
Belkin WeMo switches review: A good idea held back by connectivity and software issues was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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