DockAll Delivers Qi Wireless Charging with Bluetooth Audio for Your iPhone 8, 8 Plus, or X

Now that I have a new wireless charging iPhone, I'm constantly on the lookout for the ideal wireless charger. The DockAll D100 Qi Wireless Charging Sound Hub ($99.99) from Aspen Innovation is a strong contender. First, it has a solid design that keeps your iPhone well-positioned for use during charging. There's a wide rubberized base that won't scratch your phone or your furniture. Plus it has a built-in microphone. Those features could make it ideal for use as a speakerphone in a conference room. 

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Plus, in additon to the integrated Qi wireless charging, there are also two USB ports. There's even a microSD port for listening to up to 64 GB of stored music. If you want fast charging, Azpen Innovation sellsa higher-end model for $30 more. 

Pros

  • Heavy duty and stable
  • High-powered device
  • Qi wireless charging plus two USB ports
  • Integrated Bluetooth stereo speakers
  • microSD for stored music

Cons

  • Fast charging model $30 more

Final Verdict

If you are looking for a wireless charging accessory, the Dock All D100 Qi Wireless Charging Sound Hub's additional ports and integrated Bluetooth speakers make it an attractive option.

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