TYLT is one of my favorite accessories brand, and we've reviewed some of their products like wireless chargers and portable speakers on Windows Central in the past that not just work with your Windows Phone devices, but several other smartphones as well.
The Southern California brand has just announced two new wireless chargers in their popular VÜ range that will be available for sale by the end of the year.
TYLT VÜ Wireless Charging Car Mount
The VÜ Wireless Charging Car Mount is both a hands-free car mount and a wireless charger. Simply drop your Qi-enabled smartphone in and squeeze the holding spring arms and it will start charging your phone.
The car mount employs a three coil arrangement system that allows for easy placement of the phone and ensures it will work with phones of different form factors in either orientation. The adjustable foot base on the mount allows for you to move your phones coil position down for larger phones. You'd need to mount the device to your dashboard or windshield with the suction cup, and position your phone in horizontal or landscape view with the 180-degree rotating mount.
The product listing on TYLT website mentions that the arms securely grip phones with up to 5.7-inch displays, so I'm not sure it is compatible with Lumia 1520, the 6-inch Windows Phone. I'll share more on this once I have the product for review.
The VÜ Wireless Charging Car Mount will be available for $79.99 in four colors. Check out the product listing here.
TYLT VÜ Solo
The TYLT VÜ SOLO is a small and portable wireless charger powered by a micro-USB input so it can share the same charger as any micro USB charging cable or even your car charging cable.
The charger includes a patent-pending phone alignment tool, ALIN. Simply position the ALIN one time to suit your device so that the coils in your phone line-up with the single coil in the SOLO to allows the charging to begin. After the first-use alignment, the physical marker shows you exactly where to place your device in order to align it with the coil to initiate charging.
The SOLO features an anti-slip silicone surface, includes a 5-foot charging cable, built-in ventilation, and a micro-gel suction base.
The VÜ Solo wireless charging pad will be available for $39.99 in four colors. Check out the product listing here.
I have quite a few wireless chargers at home, but I'm looking forward to picking up the wireless charging car mount. Do you like these two new chargers from TYLT, or do you have similar products from other brands? Tell us in the comments!
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