Duracell Released Charging Map To Charge Mobile Wirelessly

Duracell Released Charging Map To Charge Mobile Wirelessly

Until now, most wireless chargers being developed by different companies, suffer from one drawback – mobile devices to be charged without wires must meet certain standards. The vast majority of mobile devices can be charged without wires, because they do not support the necessary technology. Of course there are exceptions to the rule, but the problem exists.

The company recently introduced the Duracell addition to standard phones, which can make life easier for many owners of mobile devices. This addition is a flat map, which was called Powermat WiCC. This card is a kind of mediator between the wireless charging device and a traditional telephone (smartphone, tablet). In order to equip their mobile devices feature wireless charging just need to insert the card into the phone, so that the contacts of the card for the “charging” your phone contacts. You can then close the cover and enjoy. By the way, the developer plans to build another NFC chip in the card WiCC.

Duracell Released Charging Map To Charge Mobile Wirelessly 1

 It is clear here, too, has its problems.First of all, no matter how flat or had a map, not all of the battery compartment cover is closed. You can just smash it. In addition, not every phone has a suitable system of contacts. Well, the third problem – for wireless charging of your device (assuming that the card came up) must be the same wireless charger. But such devices is not so much.Nevertheless, it is hoped that Duracell will provide and own a wireless charger, a good development in this area has been going on for a long time. If the card will be well received, perhaps, we can expect an early announcement of a wireless charger. At least, I would like to hope so.



Posted by on February 29, 2012. Filed under Gadgets, News, Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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