Compact Desk by Wistopht: Wireless Charge Pad -
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Compact Desk by Wistopht: Wireless Charge Pad


Control your setup directly from your work surface. The clever glass tabletop includes digital display, touch screen keys and built-in wireless charger.

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Compact Desk by Wistopht: Wireless Charge Pad at a glance.

• 45” x 23” Tabletop suits your home office

• Height range: 27.9” x 45.6”

• Max load 176 lbs

• Quick installation

• Tempered glass desk with digital displays

• Embedded drawer

• Power outlet + Wireless charger

• Certificate: QC, FCC/IC

• 5-year warranty


Don't see the answer to your question?

Is the plastic black ring under the foot adjustable in height?
Yes, the height of the black rings under each foot of the desk can be adjusted.
Has the in-built wireless charging obtained QI certification?
Yes, the wireless charger is QI certified.
Can wireless charging be used to charge mobile phones, tablets, and laptops? How long does it take to fully charge a smartphone?
You can charge any smartphone compatible with wireless charging. As a rough guide, you can charge an iPhone11 from 0% to 80% in 3 hours and 0% to 100% in 4 hours.
There are currently no tablets and laptops that support wireless charging.
The USB port can charge smartphones and tablets, but not laptops, right?
Correct. You cannot charge your laptop via the USB port as the power output is not enough.
Can USB and wireless charging be used at the same time?
Yes, but USB and wireless charging cannot be used when adjusting the height of your desk.
Is there an anti-collision function?
Yes, there is anti-collision.
The two sockets on the side can be used to connect to the usual electrical appliances, right? Such as computers, etc.
Yes. When plugging in your equipment/devices, please note: the maximum power cannot exceed 1440W (American Standard).