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A few brands have revolutionized the wireless charging market, and Nomad is undoubtedly one of them. Its high-quality Base Station Pro — one of the first-ever full-surface wireless chargers that works regardless of device alignment — continues to be a best seller. However, though gorgeous, it’s just a bit too cumbersome for some folks.
With this in mind, Nomad recently launched the new Base Station Mini, which offers the same features and functions as the Base Station Pro, but in a more compact size that’s perfect for a nightstand or desk.
Nomad Base Station Mini, $59.95
It features a single 15W Qi coil charger and easy, full-surface charging. Best of all, it won’t take up too much real estate on your desk or nightstand.
Like its older brother, the Base Station Pro, this new release features a sleek black padded leather surface and a zinc frame for ultimate durability. It also has a built-in ambient light sensor that dims at night when your phone is charging.
So, you may be wondering what other pieces of hardware come with it. The Base Station Mini comes with a 2M USB-C cable. The new 20W USB-C power adapter must be purchased separately, however. On its own, it retails for $18.95, but when bundled with the Base Station Mini, shoppers get $5 off.
Nomad 20W Power Adapter, $18.95 ($13.95 When Bundled With Base Station Mini)
Since the Nomad Base Station Mini and 20W Power Adapter just launched on April 27, 2021, they haven’t yet amassed a wide pool of reviews. However, based on the wildly positive reception and review response to the Base Station Pro, it’s likely that these new related releases will only follow suit.
Shop both of Nomad’s new space and travel-friendly releases above.
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