Anker Wireless Charger Review

The Anker Wireless Charger is a wireless charger designed by Anker, and which can be bought on Amazon.

It works with most wirelessly-charged phones _ including all iPhones after the 8 Plus, Samsungs and more.

In the box you get a PowerWave 7.5 stand, a 6ft PowerLine Micro USB cable, a welcome guide, 18 month warranty and friendly customer service. A Quick Charge wall charger is required but not included, and it doesn’t come with an AC Adapter as well.

The Anker Wireless Charger is case friendly, and is built with technology that charges right through your cases, but this might be different with 3D cases, which you would need to take off. It also supports something called Flip It _ which allows you to watch movies or tv shows while charging.

It is quick to charge, but this can be a lot slower if you are playing a game while charging. Saying that, it does still charge at its normal speed if all you’re doing while waiting for your phone to charge is watching something. And you will need to turn your phone round if you need to use Face ID.

The Anker Wireless Charger supports phone cases and let’s you watch videos in landscape while it’s charging your phone. It can be bought on Amazon.co.uk for around £26.

I bought this charger so I could have the entire feeling of owning an iPhone X, and one that is accessible to me. It makes moving around on my phone just as easy as I find it normally, and with a long stylus, I can reach up with no struggles. The only bit of criticism I’d give is that the surface (under and over) seems slippery, and sometimes I have to put heavy things behind it to stop it from sliding when I tap it, and move it back when it goes too far to the side. I also have to take the phone off the stand to do Face ID, so my question to Anker on how they could fix this is: would it be possible to include buttons on the front to help control how much of a tilt you have? But overall, I’m not disappointed.

The Anker Wireless charger can be bought on Amazon for around £26, and is available in Black and White.

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Published by Phoebs Lyle (Breathe On UK)

22 year old HND Broadcast Journalism graduate and disability advocate from Northern Ireland, interested in politics, technology, and how it can become accessible to everyone, fantasy, and other stuff.

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