As the lion share of the other premium Qi charger devices, the wireless charging stand supports 7.5 W of power on the latest iPhones ̵
Logitech has an excellent quality perspective, excellent. The stand has a very solid construction with a soft finish around most sides. This gives the phone a protective surface to lie against, and when it's bottom, it helps prevent the charger from moving around.
When the phone is located horizontally, there are small tracks that prevent the phone from slipping and falling off.  A power cable is permanently attached, which is certainly a disadvantage. Should anything happen to the cable, the entire charger must be replaced instead of replacing a USB cable. The cable is sufficiently long and has a built-in cable connection to contain some surplus.
It connects via a power cord to the power source, so that that part can be replaced independently.
When a phone is placed On dock and charging, a small LED status light on the top lights. This is nice because it's almost hidden for viewing, but still there. If it had been around the front, it would be uncomfortable in a dark room.
Stand vs Cushion
More often than not, we see cushions instead of load racks. For those who use an iPhone X, charging rack is no doubt more useful.
The reason lies with Face ID. When the iPhone X is put on a pillow, the user must lean directly over the phone to unlock it while charging. This is difficult, if possible at all. Those who rock an iPhone 8 do not have this problem because the touch ID can be used in all directions.
Using a wireless charging stand – like Logitech's drive – allows a single glance to unlock the phone.
There is another benefit to a charging stand that applies to all users. The charging phone can be used both vertically and horizontally. This means that while the iPhone device is charging, you can binge the fifth season of "Arrested Development" – or any other optional video.
A lot of attention to detail has been done to make sure that this charger works perfectly with Apple's handset. It includes intricate testing of the Qi charging coils to ensure that they operate at very specific frequencies and do not interfere with any of the iPhone radios.
There was plenty of media attention that said that Apple had co-designed these chargers, which actually assisted Apple only with the wireless design. They provided help to ensure optimum charging for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus and iPhone X as well as a built-in overheat protection system that helps regulate temperature. "
Many wireless chargers out there have had this help from Apple, including Belkin's latest selection and NightPad from ElevationLab. It's not undermining Apple's influence here, but it is in line with the help offered to other wireless iPhone users.
The drive is undoubtedly an Apple-inspired charger designed with the iPhone first and foremost. The strong white look looks good and the vertical nature works well with Apple's flagship iPhone X.
If we changed something, it would be a replaceable USB-C cable instead of the non-removable integrated solution.
Rating: 4 of 5
Where to buy
Now you can download one of Logitech's new Powered Qi Wireless direct from Logitech's website for $ 69.99.