Belkin is out with several notable announcements at CES 2020 this evening across its Belkin, Linksys, and Wemo brands. There’s a new Wemo smart plug with HomeKit support, a wide array of new Belkin charging accessories, and more. Read on for all of the details.
Belkin Stories January 6
Belkin Stories July 17, 2019
Belkin expands Boost Up lineup with iPhone wireless chargers for home and the car
Belkin has launched three new Qi wireless chargers today, all optimized for iPhone 8 and later. The new options in the Boost Up Charge lineup include a wireless stand, pad, and vent mount for cars.
Belkin Stories July 11, 2019
Belkin expands USB-C and Lightning lineup with durable nylon cables, up to 10-ft lengths
Belkin is out today with a line of new Lightning and USB-C cables. The new Boost Up Charge cables include a USB-C to Lightning version, USB-A to Lightning, and more. The company highlights durability and style as key features of the braided nylon cables that include integrated leather cable management.
Belkin Stories May 10, 2019
Belkin launches compact Apple Watch power bank, extends battery life up to 63 hours
Belkin is out today with a new portable Apple Watch power bank that offers users about 3.5 charges in a compact form factor. The Boost Up Charge Power Bank 2K for Apple Watch is MFi certified and just three inches long.
Belkin Stories December 19, 2018
Belkin’s Boost Up Special Edition Wireless Charging Dock for iPhone + Apple Watch (plus an extra USB port) is exclusively available through Apple or direct from the manufacturer. We’ve been testing out this charging solution and even if AirPower was available, it would give it a run for its money. Considering that AirPower’s future is still a mystery, follow along for why those holding out for Apple’s charging solution should consider Belkin’s take on a three-device charging station.
Belkin Stories November 8, 2018
Belkin continues to bring HomeKit support to its smart home accessories, and the Wemo WiFi Smart Dimmer is the latest to join the club. Wemo HomeKit support is retroactively being added through a free software update starting today. Wemo was first to use a new software authentication method for certifying HomeKit devices with its Mini Smart Plug earlier this year.