Back in August, we saw the OtterSpot, a wireless charging pad system that offered both tabletop and portable charging. The RapidX MyPort is the same idea, but with a charging stand design rather than a flat pad. Both devices aim to be the only wireless charger you’ll ever need, providing outlet-powered charging at home and power-bank charging on the move… The strength of the OtterSpot is the ability to stack the charging pucks to charge more than one at a time. However, I personally prefer charging stands to pads, as I find it easier to see notifications when the phone is upright, and it’s also easier to briefly interact with the phone – like switching a light on or off in the Home app – without picking up the phone. And with a 10,000mAh power-bank, I’m never going to need more than one. The MyPort looks very similar to any other wireless charging stand. It’s black plastic, with a semi-rubberized surface. It has a USB-C port in the back, and comes with a USB-C to USB-A cable – but not a charging brick. There’s a white indicator light on the front to show when it’s powered up. The first sign that this is not a normal charging stand is the indicator lights on the side of the slop...