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Belkin announces new connected things and connect home products at CES 2019

Belkin and their brands, Linksys, Wemo have announced new products at CES 2019 since joining Foxconn.


Under the flagship Belkin brand, we have the Rockstar Headphones with Lightning Connector which have been engineering for durability, designed for comfort and quality performance.

The Rockstar Headphones with Lightning Connector will be available this summer and a USB-C version to follow after.

They also announced new Boost Charge cables which are available in different connector types ranging from USB-A to Lightning, USB-A to USB-C and USB-C to Lightning. All the cables are made from DuraTek, come in black and white and in a number of lengths including 4ft, 6ft and 10ft.

The new Boost Charge cables will range from $24.99 USD to $34.99 USD and ship in the spring.

The company also announced the Boost Charge USB-C Car Charger and USB-C Home Charger, both which offer QuickCharge 4+, USB Power Delivery and includes a USB-C cable. The Boost Charge USB-C chargers will be available in the spring and cost $39.99 USD to $44.99 USD.

There will also be a Boost Charge Power Bank USB-C which has 20,000 mAh, Power Delivery 2.0 30W and an additional 12W USB-A port. The battery pack will launch in the spring for $129 USD.


Linksys has announced the Max Stream AC2200 Tri-Band Mesh WiFi Router. It offers Tri-Band WiFi and MU-MIMO technology and up to 2.2Gbps and support for Linksys’ Velop Mesh WiFi nodes.

It will cost $199 USD and is available now.


Belkin’s Wemo brand has announced new Light Switches that offer Native HomeKit compatibility without the need for a hub. There will be a single-pole and 3-way options.

The single-pole costs $39.99 USD and the 3-way cost $49.99 USD when it launches later this year.

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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