Belkin is one of the big, but quiet achievers of the electronics market. They continually bring new, innovative and feature-rich devices to market that won’t break the bank. With CES currently running — online thanks to COVID-19 — their hardware has been announced virtually and they’re solid offerings.

SOUNDFORM™ Freedom True Wireless Earbuds

True Wireless Earbuds are quickly becoming the norm in portable sound. They’re lightweight, physically very small and easy to store or transport. The SOUNDFORM Freedom True Wireless Earbuds have custom-built drivers to bring the best bang for buck possible, offering a broad sound range. The battery brings roughly 8-hours of non-stop playtime and delivers environmental noise cancellation. While it’s easy enough to plug in the case of wireless earbuds, it’s even easier to just drop them on a Qi wireless charging pad if you have one. When fully charged, the case holds around 20 hours of battery charge for your earbuds.

Other welcome features of the SOUNDFORM freedom include:

  • Rapid Charging: 15 minutes of charge will deliver 2 hours of playback
  • IPX5 rated making them “life proof” and ready for commuting, rainy weather and sweaty workouts
  • Multiple sized eartips included for optimal fit
  • Qualcomm Clear Voice Capture (cVC) noise reduction

A solid offering and a pretty reasonable price, with the SOUNDFORM Freedom hitting the Australian retail market in July for RRP AU$149.95.

BOOST↑CHARGE™ PRO 2-in-1 Wireless Charger Stand with MagSafe

The BOOST↑CHARGE™ PRO 2-in-1 Wireless Charger Stand with MagSafe simplifies your charging experience. While it is designed with iPhone in mind, it will work just as well with other devices attached although some devices may not align 100% correctly.

The charger delivers up to 15W to your phone and (for those who have them) includes a charging pad optimised for your AirPods Pro and AirPods with Wireless Charging Case (2nd Generation). It does the job and looks the goods, hitting Aussie shelves in April for RRP AU$149.95

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Charging stand, nice if you have an iObject, useless for the vast bulk of Android users.