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Wireless energy is one step closer with this [Gadgets]
posted June 27 2012 10:44.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Admit it, charging the phone really sucks. And now imagine: You place your smartphone on the desktop and the phone is automatically charged! Magically, charging the phone does not suck that much any more, does it?

This is exactly what Intel is trying to achieve with this idea for inductive charging. This rough (for the time) setup has an inductive energy receiver attached on the phone. I bet that we'll live to see this receiver built in the phone one day.

The difference between Intel's charger is that you do not need to place the phone above a dedicated charging pad. It is enough to place it near your laptop. After a short handshake, you phone will begin to charge! I suppose that wireless charging will take place during desktop synchronization...



[Via: The Verge]
 
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