Your phone’s battery is dwindling and the charging wire is nowhere to be seen. In the middle of an important conversation and here goes the battery switching off your phone making you go speechless. Oops! can’t find the charger as well! Keeping the charger in place can prove to be such a headache at times. But no more! Come wireless chargingand say adieu to all the messy wires that can be pestering. Escalating use of electronic gadgets adds to the number of charging devices which piles up the black boxes at home confusing us further. Wireless charging gives you the freedom to power up your equipments by simply placing your devices (laptops to handsets to tablets) in close range to the charging station or by touching it with or placing it on the charger.
Costing $99.99 is the Powermat charger that will help you charge Nintendo DS units, Sony PlayStation Portables, netbooks, laptops, iPhones and other mobiles. All you have to do is put the device to be charged on the top of the charging mat after attaching a receiver device to the gadget, and see it beaming with life again. An additional $40 needs to be paid for receiving attachment that bond to your handset.
2. Energizer Inductive Charger
Catching benefit from the inductive transfer technology is the Energizer Inductive Charger. Coming with a limit to the number of devices that can be charged it is highly compressed and hence sturdy as compared to others in the wireless charging category. With price tag of $73.93 it has a fairly good customer support but somehow lags on the robustness and repair front. But even with these flaws it will help you discard all the wires making life easy.
3. WildCharge Pad
4. Messless Charger
Simultaneous charging is attainable with the presence of four docking stations, a nice substitute for twining wires through The Messless Charger. Packed with six exchangeable connectors it can possibly charge almost any electronic gadget like phones, MP3 players, PDA’s, digital cameras, laptops, etc. at a price tag of £69.95 it can be attuned with Sony Ericsson handsets, Nokia phones, iPods, PSPs and mini USB connectors.
5. Duracell myGrid
6. Gear4 PowerPad
Wireless charging for all the comfort is best brought to the iPhone with the Gear4 PowerPad, which juices up your phone when it’s placed on the PowerPad. Designed for utmost ease and practical usage, the PowerPad is a great charging solution in all kinds of environment. PowerPad’s requires some charge time as a normal wired charger, and comes for a cost of about £ 59.99 – both mat and the iPhone case included.
7. Wireless Power Mobile Design Kit
A fresh developer’s kit consisting of a wireless power transmitter good for up to 15W, a wireless power charge base and access to white label transmitters and has been declared by WiPower named the Wireless Power Mobile Design Kit for its technology. Obtainable for $4500 it permits to send out power all the way through surfaces such a desktop or any partition or barriers like a wall to your device.