Gadget Review: Prolink Vylis 10 Wireless Charging Pad

Wireless charging is a convenient way to charge the mobile at workplace and home. You don’t need to insert the charger cable every time you need to charge your phone. Simply keep the smartphone on the wireless charger surface and the charging will start automatically. For catering to this need many companies are manufacturing wireless chargers. Lots of wireless chargers are available in the market, you have to be sure you pick the right one with respect to quality and charging capabilities.

We got the Ultra Prolink Vylis10 Wireless Charger pad and we have tested it for about a week and here is what we think about it.

Specifications: The vylis10 wireless charging pad supports the latest Qi standard enabling wireless charging up to 10W. It supports up to 7. 5W for the iPhone 8/8 plus /X and 10W for Samsung Galaxy S8, S7 and Note 8. The best part of wireless chargers are, you don’t need to remove the USB cable again and set it again after every use. You just need to place the phone on wireless charger and it start charging. The vylis10 is also compatible with the phones that require a lower capacity like 5W. Vylis10 is also compatible with all Qi-enabled phones which means you can wirelessly charge the smartphone like iPhone 8/8 Plus/X, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, S7, S7 Edge, Note 8 and S6 Edge Plus.

Design: Vylis10 wireless charger comes in square shape with curved edges. It comes with Brushed Aluminium Casing which feels premium when you hold it. The rear side of charger is equipped with some rubber which gives the grip to the charger. A flashing green light indicates accurate charging or errors. Overall, the charger is compact and can easily hold your smartphone. There is Thermal Protection Sensor also which provides safer & efficient charging.

Performance: For testing its performance, we used Samsung S10 Plus which houses 4100mAh battery. It take almost 2 hours and 45 minute to the fill the battery of smartphone. Generally, this charger takes little more time then charging through USB charger. Once we supplied power to wireless charger from a Power bank and charger switch off after sometime of usage. It might be issue with our review unit or may be with power bank but most of the time it worked flawlessly. The charger is designed to work through most smartphone cases, up to about 3mm that is you don’t need to remove your cover to charge the phone. Fail-safe circuitry prevents overcharging, over-current, over-voltage, overheating, and short circuit.

Conclusion: If you have a device which support wireless charging then you should go for this device as it is compact and easy to carry. The price of wireless charger is Rs 3,499 on company’s official website, however, you can buy it from amazon at lower price of Rs 2,613. If you are using high-end device which high speed wireless charging capabilities like the Samsung Galaxy S10 series then you should consider 15W output wireless chargers.

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