RAEGR Arc 1350 with triple wireless charging mat for phones, watches, and TWS launched in India at Rs 2,999

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The wireless charging revolution has picked up the pace quite a bit over the years, with new devices and more importantly, new truly wireless earphones featuring support for wireless charging, even in the budget segment. Bangalore based brand RAEGR, which has experimented and launched wireless charging mats and equipment is back with the RAEGR Arc 1350, which is meant to be a wireless charging mat, which can charge Phones, Airpods, and Apple Watches. What is it’s specifications you ask? Let us discuss the same in brief.

RAEGR Arc 1350 Specifications

The RAEGR Arc 1350 is a unique wireless charging mat, with three different wireless charging coils to boot. The extreme two coils can be used to charge devices or Apple Airpods, while the center coil is reserved for the Apple Watch. The extreme coils are of the Qi standard and can charge at up to 10W. Bundled with the charging mat come two USB Type C cables for use with any wall adapter, with four charging speeds, 2.5W, 5W, 7.5W, and 10W.

The design of the RAEGR Arc 1350 is quite nice, with the charging mat being slim and lightweight due to the ABS body, which also makes them quite portable. The mat also comes with LED lights, which indicate the charging status, with the lights being bright, but also not too bright, meaning they won’t cause issues at night.

Pricing and Availability

The RAEGR Arc 1350 Triple Wireless Charging mat can be purchased in one colour, black. The mat is available at an exclusive price of Rs 2,999 on Amazon India and Flipkart. It also comes with a 1-year warranty and an extra 6 months on registration and or activation. 

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