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Scosche unveils Qi-enabled MagicGrip car mount with motorized arms to hold your iPhone in place

[2019-01-11 04:07:05]

After announcing a nifty modular charging station yesterday, accessory maker Scosche today announced a new “MagicGrip Charge” wireless charger for in-car use. While there are already a host of wireless car chargers available, Scosche’s MagicGrip is unique in how it secures your device. The post Scosche unveils Qi-enabled MagicGrip car mount with motorized arms to hold your iPhone in place appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Scosche unveils Qi-enabled MagicGrip car mount with motorized arms to hold your iPhone in place


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