The Magic Mat Pro can help reduce desk clutter while charging an iPhone

Raycon's US$59.99 Magic Mat Pro is a cool desktop product that helps reduce clutter while charging an iPhone.

Raycon‘s US$59.99 Magic Mat Pro is a cool desktop product that helps reduce clutter while charging an iPhone.

The Magic Mat Pro is spacious (more on that in a minute) and durable, and sports one 15W wireless charging spot. Note the “one spot” detail, which means, of course, that you an only charge one gadget at a time. And since it’s “only” 15W, it could take a couple of hours to fully charge your iPhone. 

Of course, the Magic Mat Pro isn’t made for fast charging. It’s designed to charge your iPhone while it “rests” on the mat as you work.

(To fast charge, you need an iPhone 15 model with a USB-C cable like the one that came in the box or an earlier iPhone model with a USB-C to Lightning cable and an adapter.)

The Magic Mat Pro isn’t truly magical. That is, it can’t magically charge your iPhone without receiving its own juice. Alas, the USB cable it comes with ISN’T USB-C, so you’ll need an adapter to plug it into most recent Macs. Or else you’ll have to spring for a hub, which would only add to the desktop clutter the Raycon product is designed to eliminate.

I mentioned spacious and the Magic Mat Pro is. It comes in an XL size (32.15” x 15.25”) providing plenty of space for the charging pad, protecting your desk, and serving as a very effective mouse pad.

The Magic Mat Pro is made of water-resistant PU leather so can protect your desk from scratches, spills and heat. It’s also easy to clean. However, you should note that the wireless charging area isn’t fully waterproof, so be careful not to spill water, coffee, soda, etc. on the spot.

Overall, the Magic Mat Pro is a well-designed, reasonably-priced accessory for turning your desktop in a versatile workspace.

Apple World Today rating (out of 5 stars): ★★★★

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.