The news does not stop leaving the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 and who's in the spotlight now Belkin. The manufacturer of accessories and peripherals presented some good launches for its line and we are going to take a look at them right now.
The update of the BOOSTUP cable line has a very interesting distinction: among the models, we have the first cables USB-C for Lightning with MFi certificate after the inclusion of the protocol in Apple's accessories program.
In addition, we have USB-A to Lightning and USB-A to USB-C cables; all of them will be offered in versions of 1.2m, 1.8m and 3m, and in black or white. The accessories will have a leather strap designed to organize them and prevent tangles and will start to be sold in the coming months at prices ranging between US $ 25 and US $ 35, in the USA.
To complement the new cables, the company also introduced new USB-C chargers from the BOOSTUP line. O Home Charger a standard outlet accessory, while the Car Charger designed to live in your car's energy outlet.
Both accessories come with 1.2m USB-C cables and are ideal for charging the new iPad Pro, MacBooks or iPhones (with another type of cable, that is); they are compatible with the fast charging technologies of any devices with a maximum power of 27W.
With availability in the coming months, the Home Charger will cost $ 45 and the Car Charger leaves for $ 40.
Continuing with the new accessories designed to recharge your devices, we also have the Boost Charge Power Bank USB-C 20K, an external battery with no less than 20,000mAh capacity and several cards up its sleeve.
Your USB-C output is capable of charging the new iPad Pro at full speed using the USB-C cable included in the box, and you can also charge your iPhones at full power if you have a USB-C / Lightning cable. The outlet is also capable of charging, at slower rates, all types of devices, from MacBooks to a Nintendo Switch.
The accessory also has a USB-A output, to charge a second device at a power of up to 12W. It cost $ 130 when it becomes available at some point in the coming months.
The pair of headphones ROCKSTAR it does not bring many surprises in relation to any type of in-ear accessory, but it comes with a Lightning connector on the end to please all users of iOS devices that no longer rely on the traditional 3.5m audio output.
The earphones are MFi certified and come with silicone pads of different sizes; according to Belkin, they are resistant to water and sweat, and have the design designed to enhance the durability and tension in the cable of the type flat.
The company has plans to launch a USB-C version of the ROCKSTAR headphones, but that will not happen at the moment. For now, we only know that the Lightning model will hit the market in the summer of the northern hemisphere, for prices not yet revealed.
Belkin's home automation brand has gained new products with native compatibility to Apple's HomeKit protocol. These are the new Wemo Light Switches, connected light switches that allow users of iPhones, iPads, HomePods and Apple TVs to control ?traditional? lights in their homes remotely.
The new accessories have an updated design, easier to integrate into any type of decoration, and come in two models, the traditional and the parallel, for $ 40 and $ 50, respectively. They will be available in the summer of the northern hemisphere, therefore from the middle of the year.
Finally, Belkin's subsidiary dedicated to wireless solutions launched the new router MAX-STREAM AC2200, compatible with the Velop repeater system that adds reinforcement points to your home or office Wi-Fi network with the help of a very intuitive app.
The router supports Wi-Fi Tri-Band networks and MU-MIMO technology, being able to transmit connections of up to 2.2Gbps. It has four adjustable antennas, a Gigabit WAN port and four Gigabit LAN ports, as well as a USB 3.0 port for shared connections. It is already available on the manufacturer's website for $ 180.