So it needs a USB charging port somewhere to power it, and it claims to draw up to 10W and charge up[ to 10W, when the output is specifically given as 5V 1A, which is 5W. And there appears to be no provision for charging anything that doesn’t use the inductive pad.
Sounds like yet another case of the marketing people not even being in the same book with the engineering and manufacturing folks, let alone on the same page. And that assumes that the “engineering and manufacturing” people were actually in the same company, which seems unlikely.
Meh. They probably work well enough to charge a Qi phone overnight, if you have a decent power brick to supply them from. I’ll keep using the cable, TYVM.
So, no power brick, apparently no alarm, no demonstrable fast charge option given the power specs, and a form factor that eats more space than it really needs. Sounds like they ran a good design through the NewAndImproved!er and got back something with 80% more Less. (“Less” is a Feature again.)