GaN is gallium nitride technology, and it is primarily used to make laptop and phone chargers smaller and more powerful, and while I've seen some crowdfunding projects promote them, Belkin seems to be first to bring them to major retail stores in Australia, with two new models.
Designed specifically for Apple Watch Series 1 through 4, Belkin's 2200 mAh, MFi-certified portable wireless charger delivers up to 63 hours of additional battery life.
If you have a new iPhone Xs, Xs Max, Apple Watch Series 4 or are planning to pick up the iPhone XR in October, then Belkin's newly enhanced wireless charging dock will let you charge two devices wirelessly with a third via USB cable.
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