The Satechi Dock5 Multi-Device Charging Hub centralises all of your devices into one accessible and neat charging location. No more tripping over cords or losing chargers; the Dock5 brings order to the tech chaos. Nietzsche would be proud.
CHARGE ME UP
I’m pretty sick of everyone continually losing charging cords in my household. So the opportunity to trial the Dock5 was a dream come true – organisation in one neat, unobtrusive device.
The magnetic charge pad works well but I found my device had to be 100% on the target area, not just resting to one side. Once I’d worked out the correct placement, charging was very quick for my phone.
The USB C and USB A slots worked perfectly. Best of all I didn’t need four different power points to charge my devices; I only needed the one for the Dock5. It’s a miracle!
Charges up to five devices simultaneously
Includes two USB-C PD ports, two USB-A, & Qi charger
Equipped with soft silicone dividers to protect devices
Charge safely with CE & ETL certification
iPad Pro M2 2022/M1 2021/2020/2018, iPad Air M1 2022/2020, iPad 2022, iPad Mini 2021, iPhone 14 Pro Max/14 Pro/14 Plus/14, iPhone 13 Pro Max/13 Pro/13 Mini/13, iPhone 12 Pro Max/12 Pro/12 Mini/12, iPhone 11 Pro Max/11 Pro/11, iPhone XS Max/XS/XR/X, Apple Watch Ultra & Series 8/7/SE/6/5/4/3/2/1, AirPods Pro 2 & 1, AirPods 3/2/1, Samsung Galaxy Note S20/S20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra, S10/S10+, AirPods Pro/AirPods 2 with wireless charging case, and most smartphones, tablets, e-readers, handheld gaming devices, and most USB-C devices
2 x USB-C PD – up to 20W each
2 x USB-A – up to 12W each
1 x Qi Charger – up to 10W
MY ONLY GRIPE
The Dock5 has a small blinking light when charging. In my wisdom I plugged it in beside the bed so I could charge my phone and a pair of headphones plus bone conduction headset. Lights out and I realised there was a blue blinking light right at eye level. I ended up moving the Dock5 to the kitchen so I could get some sleep. But if you don’t mind the odd light or are a heavy sleeper, it shouldn’t worry you.
If you’re looking for some order in your life, the Satechi Dock5 Multi-Device Charging Station is highly recommended. And let’s face it, if the Dock5 can save your world from chaos, why wouldn’t you purchase this great centralised charging device. Retails at RRP$99.95 and available at all good tech retailers (there may even be some cheaper if you scout around).
Thank you Satechi for the opportunity to review the Dock5 Multi-Device Charging Hub.