CES 2015: Hands On With TYLT Charging Products

We got the chance to check out some of TYLT's wireless charging and other products at CES 2015, and there's a lot to love from the company that is bringing us some pretty cool stuff. First off is the TYLT VU, which or own Alex Maxham reviewed, and it's basically a stand for your phone that also doubles as a wireless charger. Pretty neat. If you prefer your stuff to stay sitting flat however instead of at an angle, they also had the VU Solo to show off, a square wireless charging pad you lay your devices on. One of their cooler products though is the Energi 2K wall charger with a built-in rechargeable 2200mAh battery. You can charge your devices any time you need some extra juice like with a battery pack, and when the charger is depleted you can recharge it and your device at the same time via an A/C outlet.

There's also the Energi Sliding Power Case which packs a rechargeable 2800mAh battery inside to charge your device while keeping it protected, we got some images of the Galaxy S5 model. There were a few other products we got some hands on images of too, like the VU Wireless car charging mount,(self explanatory)the VU Mate which is a wireless charging receiver card allowing you to give compatible devices wireless charging that don't have it built in, the Y-Charge which is just a dual-USB car charger, the Reversible which is simply a reversible USB cable, the 4.8A Wall, a travel charger with dual-USB ports and the TYLT Band, a silicone watch band for the Moto 360. Check out the images below from the event!

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