Belkin’s 3-in-1 charger with MagSafe has fallen to an all-time low

The black version of Belkin’s BoostCharge Pro with MagSafe sitting on a cluttered desk.

a:hover]:text-gray-63 [&>a:hover]:shadow-underline-black dark:[&>a:hover]:text-gray-bd dark:[&>a:hover]:shadow-underline-gray [&>a]:shadow-underline-gray-63 dark:[&>a]:text-gray-bd dark:[&>a]:shadow-underline-gray”>Photo by Antonio G. Di Benedetto / The Verge

The Qi2-based chargers are certainly coming, but if you can’t wait for them to land next year, Belkin’s BoostCharge Pro 3-in-1 Wireless Charger with MagSafe is on sale now at Amazon in black for a new low of $110.99 ($39 off) or in white for just $9 more.

To this day, Belkin’s BoostCharge Pro remains our favorite MagSafe 3-in-1 stand for home use. The triple charging solution offers true 15W MagSafe charging speeds, the ability to fast-charge newer Apple Watch models starting with the Series 7, and support for iOS 17’s new StandBy mode, which gives you an easy way to turn your phone into a clock, calendar, or a nifty photo frame for your desk. It’s also outfitted with a 5W charging pad on the bottom, so you can juice a pair of wireless earbuds, an Android phone, or pretty much any device that supports Qi wireless charging.

Belkin’s triple charging stand achieves 15W MagSafe wireless iPhone charging speeds and keeps your phone and Apple Watch elevated for easy reading.

Apple’s new M3 processor may be the company’s latest and greatest chipset, but you don’t need blistering performance just to browse the web or stream your favorite shows on Netflix. Thankfully, if you’re looking for a desktop machine, Apple’s latest Mac Mini is on sale at Amazon and B&H Photo in its entry-level configuration for $479 ($120 off) with a base M2 chip, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage.

Although it often feels like Apple’s miniature desktop doesn’t get a lot of love — blame the 13-inch MacBook Air — it’s a terrific choice for everyday computing needs. The latest model retains the small footprint of its predecessor while outfitting with a few much-needed spec bumps, most notably, Apple’s still-speedy M2 chip and support for Wi-Fi 6E. It also touts a bevy of ports, specifically two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-A ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and HDMI 2.0 output. The only real downside, aside from the fact that none of the ports are located on the front of the device, is that you’ll have to supply your own monitor, keyboard, and mouse.

The revised Mac Mini for 2023 starts at $599 for an M2-powered model with an eight-core CPU, 10-core GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD. The Mini can also be had with the M2 Pro chip, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and a more robust port selection for $1,299.

Verge Deals on X (formerly known as Twitter) /

Join nearly 51,000 followers and keep up with the best daily tech deals with @vergedeals

Follow us!

  • Sonic Superstars, the hedgehog’s latest 2D romp, is currently on sale at Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop for multiple consoles for around $29.99 ($30 off), one of its best prices to date. It’s not quite as polished as we would have liked, but it’s still a visual treat and full of fresh ideas that warrant multiple playthroughs. Read our review.
  • In need of some serious portable power? Zendure’s 26,800mAh Supertank Pro is down to $114.99 at Amazon when you clip the coupon for 50 percent off. The beefy USB-C charger touts a maximum output of 100W, allowing you to charge a laptop or fast-charge multiple smaller devices at once; it also features a helpful OLED panel that gives you the charge rate for each device as well as how long it will take to charge the Supertank Pro. Read our review.
  • Lego’s latest X-Wing Starfighter is on sale at Walmart for $200 ($40 off), an all-time low. The 1,949-piece set — which launched in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jediis one of the more detailed T-65 X-Wing Starfighters Lego has made, one that comes with 4L4 fusial thrust engines, KX9 laser cannons, and a lightsaber-wielding minifig of everyone’s favorite OG Jedi.
  • 8BitDo’s Micro Bluetooth gamepad has fallen to a new low at Amazon, where you can snag it for just shy of $19 ($6 off) thanks to an on-page coupon. The itty-bitty controller may induce carpal tunnel syndrome judging by its size, but if you’re looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for that Nintendo Switch / Android user in your life, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better 16-key option.
  • Black Friday is well behind us at this point, but the Nothing Phone 2 is still available at Amazon and direct from Nothing starting at $599 ($100 off). The vibe-heavy, 6.7-inch phone is one of the more unique midrange offerings out there, with a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, four years of software updates, and a slick translucent panel that looks great alongside the phone’s light strips. Read our review.


Leave a Comment