Olixar Desk Genie Non-Slip Charging Desk Stand Reviews
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Look even better in real life than the photo shows and comes with heaps of dongles cables etc. Works very well also of course.
1) I was hoping it was powered from the mains, but although it looks as if there is a socket for a power lead in the back, no power supply is included
2) I have tried to charge my Samsung 7" tablet and it cannot cope with this
3) While the blue "glow" might look good to some, I would like to turn it off but cannot see how this can be done
It is now just used as a stand without power to it...
Unfortunately it didn't suit my phone as I have it covered with a 360 degree skin which dies not work with anything magnetic.
A look at the bottom would have sufficed.
Otherwise the stand itself is a good idea.
The hooks that suspends the stand are not sturdy enough as it collapses easily.
Also, it does not support fast charging.
I will now give the device away as I am unable to use it properly.
+ Folds down neatly
+ Provides an additional USB port
+ Provides card reader slots
+ Low price
+ Holds phone at a good angle to see alerts
- Is not mains powered
- Only provides 1 additional port because it uses one to power it (but I guess that's so it can transfer data!)
- The pad is a little small (I have a Samsung S6), so it's not very secure
- Fiddly to have it charging (due to movement - see previous point)
- Blue light cannot be turned off
On balance it is OK because it was inexpensive, but I primarily bought this to have somewhere to sit my phone at work and charge it. However, because it's not mains powered it means I would have to unplug/re-plug every time I leave in the evening and arrive in the morning. If I knew all the above before buying I would probably have looked at an alternative. I now use it on my desk at home.
The USB ports also expand the front of my computer.
Price seems OK.
Very attractive looks.
Compact & stylish. Great that it came with several attachments for different phones.
I ordered this item which arrived promptly...
it was straight forward to setup & works a treat!!!
I would highly recommend this product...
Place it face down on the pad.
Wont hold with cover on.
Very good though - USB connectors make it a handy stand for charging your device (whatever that may be) next to your computer.
The phone doesn't slip off the charging deck.
Very happy with this device.
Raffle takings were up 12% on the night, so they were popular!
Not that stable, will move, tip/angle over at times. Putting your phone on it means if often moves a little and needs adjusting or locking on the desk somehow.
USB and charge cables sound handy, but just leave you with wires and leads and a bit of a mess.
Smaller phone and one short lead, OK but overall not an ideal solution
The stand is well made and really looks good on my desk,my main reason for buying was to place my IPod on this is were it fell down it did not stick very well with or without a simple thin cover on IPod (strange as when I put my IPhone 6 s with a slim cover it stuck ok) the sub sockets will come in very handy,but again another minus for me is the main power cable is short for my needs,as I am not connecting to a computer(I suppose not all of us have a computer can't just be me)anyway longer cable would be great.
Card readers would also benefit some people but again not me.
So for me it does part of the job,the blue light when it's switch on is a nice touch not too bright,nice and ambient(that's a nice word isn't it)all in all this is a nice addition to my desk and would recommend to a lot of people (sorry regarding my IPod if I move it on the sticky pad I can get it to stay but it's not as secure as I would like) thanks Tom
I am vary happy with this product.
One minor design criticism: The charge connection cable is far too long and stiff since it only has to go from the side of the unit to the phone on top of it.
I do not like making negative reviews but in the case of my Note Edge I have to as.it is unuseable. If you have a different phone then it presumably will be fine.
A real bargain!
Beyond this it works well and provides a good looking, colourful (blue) stand for the phone.
Just a shame that the charging is not integral and still needs the cable at the bottom of the phone.
One socket for one charger unit for 3 or 4 items to get charged up and its great value for money.
¤ an easy-to-use phone holder
¤ an easy-to-use charger
¤ a stand to use with Skype or FaceTime easily AND hands-free
¤ a stand that was small, unobtrusive, andr attractive
Sadly, none of the pictures associated with this (that I found) were entirely accurate:
¤ the holder worked for my iPhone 5S (No case was best), but when I upgraded to an iPhone 6S it couldn't take the weight.
¤ The charger needs a power cord. This is NOT included, though there's a place to plug one in. However, it's not labeled (e.g. 5v) nor was the socket a size that would fit any cords I had on hand. Connecting to my iMac via USB provided enough juice to maintain power during use, but not enough to charge.
¤ the angle is not conducive to de facto desktop VoIP use.
¤ Small, yes. Unobtrusive, not really. This product is mostly shown without cables (looks like a wireless chargef--not!). It needs USB to power it (one cable) and another to 'charge' the device (second cable).
Best part: cable with adaptor connectors to all phones. THAT is worth the price.
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