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Belkin intros first user-tracking iPhone camera stand, Qi2 gear, & more at CES 2024

Belkin launches first DockKit stand

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At CES 2024, Belkin is launching a slew of new accessories for Apple users including GaN power supplies, Qi2 chargers, and the first iPhone camera auto-tracking stand to use Apple's DockKit framework.

Qi2 is certainly appearing to be popular at CES 2024 and Belkin refuses to be left behind. It's introducing a new version of its popular 3-in-1 BoostCharge Pro but now using Qi2 rather than MagSafe.

Belkin Qi2 3-in-1 charger
Belkin Qi2 3-in-1 charger

Other improvements to the BoostCharge Pro 3-in-1 include a redesigned base, a removable USB-C power cable, an adjustable angle for your iPhone, and a color-matched charging puck.

Belkin Qi2 3-in-1 charger
Belkin Qi2 3-in-1 charger

You'll still get up to 15W of charging power via Qi2 when a Qi2-certified phone is placed on it. Qi2 also lends itself to a more affordable price tag with the BoostCharge Pro 3-in-1 now retailing for $149 when it ships in March.

Also releasing in March is a trio of Qi2 magnetic power banks. These BoostCharge Pro Magnetic Power Banks will magnetically connect to the back of your iPhone and come in 5K, 8K, and 10KmAh capacities.

The batteries all have built-in kickstands, USB-C in/out ports, and LED status lights to reveal the remaining capacities. They'll retail for $59.99, $79.99, and $99.99 respectively.

Belkin GaN charger
Belkin 200W GaN charger

On the power supply side, Belkin has a new BoostCharge Pro 4-port USB-C GaN charger with 200W of power. It's $129 and coming in March.

Belkin GaN dock
Belkin 6-in-1 GaN dock

Available now is Belkin's 6-in-1 Core GaN dock. It will un you $139.99 and uses GaN technology to shrink its footprint by up to half compared to other USB-C docks.

It offers a 4K HDMI port, 2 USB-A ports, and 2 USB-C ports with 96W of power delivery.

Finally, Belkin appears to be the first company to use Apple's new DockKit framework in its Auto-Tracking Stand Pro.

Belkin auto tracking stand
Belkin auto tracking stand

DockKit was introduced by Apple at WWDC 2023 as an easy way for manufacturers to create docking systems for iPhone that would track users with the camera.

You just tap your phone to pair via NFC, connect it to the MagSafe puck — that also charges your iPhone at up to 15W — and open the camera app. As you move, your phone will follow you using either the rear or front-facing cameras.

It will work with several third-party apps, though so far we only got to demo it via Microsoft Teams and the stock Camera app.

The Belkin Auto-Tracking Stand Pro is available to order soon for $179.99 and users can opt to be notified via Belkin's website when it launches.

Belkin is touting its continued push towards using post-consumer recycled materials in products, including all of its new releases. The battery packs and GaN wall charger both use a minimum of 72% PCR while the Qi2 dock has a minimum of 75%.

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