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RAEGR launches Arc 1250 wireless charging dock

The Bengaluru-based firm unveiled the much-awaited device, which has a 3-in-1 modular design and is priced at Rs 2,999

RAEGR has launched its 3-in-1 wireless charging station – the much-awaited RAEGR Arc 1250. Priced at ₹2,999, the RAEGR Arc 1250 charging dock comes with Qi-support for Android and iOS devices and supports wireless charging including wearables like Apple Watch and AirPods.

The Arc 1250 also offers 10W charging support for all Qi-enabled devices. Bengaluru-based RAEGR, a consumer lifestyle technology brand, launched its new 3-in-1 modular charging station for smartphones and wearables. Users will be able to charge Qi-compatible smartphones, Apple AirPods, and Apple Watch with it.

The product comes with a twin-module wireless and wired charging dock, which can be magnetically paired or detached.

This modular charger can be attached magnetically and be used as a single accessory or it can be split into two modules and be used individually. The left module will feature up to 10W Qi-standard wireless charging stand for Qi-compatible handsets from Samsung, Apple, Google, Huawei, Honor, etc.

You can just plug in a QC2.0/QC3.0 adapter (9V,1.67A) to get the best speed in terms of wireless charging for your devices. The stand can also be tilted at certain angles for comfortable viewing while it is being charged. Moreover, it can even wirelessly charge smartphones placed in portrait or landscape modes.

Similarly, the right module will feature a wired dock where the user can just place their Apple AirPods and Apple Watch to simultaneously charge them. You just need to install the original Apple AirPods/Watch cable into the stand and place your devices on it to start charging.

The wired charging dock and wireless charging module of the Arc 1250 are magnetically coupled. These can be detached easily if you want to use them individually or want to move around with them. The two modules also come with an anti-slip silicone design to make sure the charger doesn’t slip or move.

The wireless charger is Qi-certified and is equipped with over-current, over-voltage, over-temperature and short circuit protection, and foreign object detection. The charging dock is built with an ABS fireproof body. It will prevent over-charging, preventing any damage to the battery, and the charger base has a vent to ensure safe charging of devices.

Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma |B-Tech grad | From Kanpur but Bengaluru is my new home. Content writer for over 4 years, it is both my hobby and my passion. Apart from content writing, I live and breathe football. And oh! I love cooking too.


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