Functionality And Innovation: Laser’s The Hills Wireless Charging Dock Review

8.5

Design

8.5/10

Features

8.5/10

Performance

8.5/10

Pros

  • Supports 2017 range of Qi Wireless charging smart phones

Cons

  • Doesn't come with USB cables
Laser The Hills Wireless Charging Dock

Households today have a range of portable devices and charging them all at once can start becoming a logistical nightmare. This is even more challenging when desk space is at a premium. If you want to be able to charge your devices in a more efficient manner, then finding a good charging pad is one of the things that you should be doing. With the availability of thousands of charging products online, it becomes imperative to find the right product that will work well for your needs.

Laser is one company that offers a good range of charging products that are good in quality and value. One of the Laser docks we took a look at was The Hills Wireless Charging Dock. The Hills dock combines a wireless charging pad with a 4 device rack that is charged via USB ports. You can charge multiple different phones and devices at the same time as a result. Charging has never been more effortless.

USB ports for charging non-wireless devices

The grooves on the charging dock gave us the ideal width to be able to keep 3 iPads (with cases on) and an iPhone on charge. This patented design is a brilliant and innovative take on how household charging docks should be like.

 

Laser The Hills Wireless Charging Dock

Other features we liked on with Laser’s The Hills Wireless Charging Dock were the light indicators that provide a device charging status so you can easily see if there is an issue or not.

 

Finally, the other great feature was that it provides both wireless and wired charging options. You can either place your supported wireless charging enabled phone onto the surface area, or plug in your phone with a wire, and you are good to go!

Post Author: Noeneel Sharma

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