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Best wireless chargers — what are your choices?

You probably didn't get a wireless charger with your Qi compatible phone. So, which of the wireless chargers should you buy? Does it make a difference? Are they all the same?
Team AAFebruary 21, 2018778 shares
 

Powermat joins WPC, no longer competing with Qi on wireless charging

Wireless charging set to get better and simpler from here on out as Powermat joins the Wireless Power Consortium.
Matt AdamsJanuary 8, 2018212 shares
 

Xiaomi’s next flagship might finally feature wireless charging

It appears that Xiaomi has officially joined the Wireless Power Consortium, which means that its next flagship device might feature wireless charging.
Brian ReighSeptember 21, 2017613 shares
 

John Perzow of the WPC gives us the lowdown on how wireless charging will change our lives

Perzow describes a world in which devices never die because wireless charge stations are ubiquitous.
John DyeJanuary 8, 2016
 

NuCurrent announces world’s first 10W Qi/A4WP mobile charging antenna

NuCurrent has announced the world's first 10 watt mult-imode wireless charging antenna designed to quickly charge up smartphones.
Robert TriggsNovember 6, 2015254 shares
 

Qi fast charging will allow for charging devices wirelessly at 15 watts

A new announcement from the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) reveals the latest version of their Qi standard, which can charge 3 times as fast as current chargers.
Edgar CervantesJune 24, 2015323 shares
 

A4WP and PMA merging in July – wireless charging is about to get much better

The PMA and A4WP have been talking about getting together for quite some time, and they approved the merger last June 1st. What does this even mean for the industry?
Edgar CervantesJune 24, 2015830 shares
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