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    The video above is a universal Wireless charger.

    The moment I saw this video, I swear to my self that I wanted to buy one. The biggest problems of my phones and tablets is that the charging port gets loose eventually because we always plug and pull out charger. Wireless chargers can make us charge our phones without having our USB port getting loose.

    I believe Samsung also have their very own wireless charger that works for all Samsung devices. Anyone here who owns a wireless charger for phones and tablets?

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    Wireless charging is one of the best inventions and I feel it should come with every new handset. However, I don't think most of the handsets right now support wireless charging. Before buying a wireless charger, make sure your handset is compatible with it.

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    I wanted to buy a wireless charger after experiencing a lot of negative experiences with wired charging. The charging port getting loose is one of the biggest problem. I have to go to go to a repair man to make it stable again but sometimes the new charge port is not as durable as it use to be.

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    Loading a device without physically connecting to a transformer or charger is an idea that many of us embrace with great hope, is not it extremely difficult for recharging connect via a cable, but it would be much more comfortable and productive simply rest on a base or near it and began charging automatically.

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    There is no doubt that a wireless charger is one of the greatest inventions of these days. As @Cashewfruit_wine has rightly pointed out loose ports are always a headache. When the port is loose it could even damage the charger itself due to voltage fluctuations. It happens in the case of local chargers. A number of times the phones micros USB port becomes faulty after repeated usage in case of wired chargers. So I guess a wireless charger could save you from that.

    A cordless life is much easier than a life confused with cables around us.

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    I have a tablet with problematic loose port and It got broken few days later after I got it repaired. It is really frustrating that I spend a lot of money but it didn't really got fixed. A loose charging port wont be a problem for me anymore if I have a wireless charger. I think it will expand the lifespan of the phone or tablet if it's being charged wireless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post

    The video above is a universal Wireless charger.

    The moment I saw this video, I swear to my self that I wanted to buy one. The biggest problems of my phones and tablets is that the charging port gets loose eventually because we always plug and pull out charger. Wireless chargers can make us charge our phones without having our USB port getting loose.

    I believe Samsung also have their very own wireless charger that works for all Samsung devices. Anyone here who owns a wireless charger for phones and tablets?
    Would this be availbale to order online or it is just from stores? And it doesn't support all devices or it does?

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    If it is a universal wireless charger it should be available for all devices I think. But I am not sure of the details. I would love to buy one if it is available online. It could make our life easier as there would be no hassles of cables and no worries about broken ports or anything like that. But I am curious to know how this technology works? How does the power travels from the charger to the device wireless? That would be quite interesting to know.

    Can anybody throw some light on the actual technology behind a wireless charger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    Would this be availbale to order online or it is just from stores? And it doesn't support all devices or it does?
    It seemed to be limited to Phones and tablets that were charged with USB charge ports. It is called a universal charger though. So it might be really working for all devices but I am not sure. I am very sure though it works for all devices that uses a USB socket port as the video had shown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    It seemed to be limited to Phones and tablets that were charged with USB charge ports. It is called a universal charger though. So it might be really working for all devices but I am not sure. I am very sure though it works for all devices that uses a USB socket port as the video had shown.
    I don't watch videos, trying to save my data, hence why I ask some seemingly obvious questions. Thanks for answering and happy new year.

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    Nokia, Google and now Samsung. None wants to run their own wireless charger. And the slogan seems clear: we must make them squeaky, thin and stylish. Nokia was the first to launch its high-end smartphones, Google has just submitted for Nexus 4 (currently only in the US) and Samsung seems very close follow suit. All three operate under the Qi standard. The question is: do you really bring something wireless chargers presented so far? Are more comfortable, fast and reliable? At least one of them, Nokia, the answer seems clear: no, no, and no.

    It sounds ironic, but one of the things I most wanted to try on the Nokia Lumia 920 mobile was not something in itself, but its wireless charger. After a month with the smartphone in your pocket, loading and reloading several times, the feeling is bittersweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtadoluisalex View Post
    Nokia, Google and now Samsung. None wants to run their own wireless charger. And the slogan seems clear: we must make them squeaky, thin and stylish. Nokia was the first to launch its high-end smartphones, Google has just submitted for Nexus 4 (currently only in the US) and Samsung seems very close follow suit. All three operate under the Qi standard. The question is: do you really bring something wireless chargers presented so far? Are more comfortable, fast and reliable? At least one of them, Nokia, the answer seems clear: no, no, and no.

    It sounds ironic, but one of the things I most wanted to try on the Nokia Lumia 920 mobile was not something in itself, but its wireless charger. After a month with the smartphone in your pocket, loading and reloading several times, the feeling is bittersweet.
    So did you use the wireless charger? I am getting the sense that your usage with the phone was unsettling and not a good one, but I don't know if you're talking about the wireless charger?

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    I found out that certain brands have their own wireless charger. Samsung already released a wireless charger for all Samsung products but I am not sure if the Samsung charger will work well it other products. Brand specific chargers were always better than 3rd party chargers. My tablet got a worst battery life after I charged it 3rd party chargers.

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    Wireless charging is an emerging technology whereby a magnetic field in the charger transfers power to a receiver (embedded within your device, or one of our accessory cases) when placed on top - without using any cables. Aircharge are proudly a member of the Wireless Power Consortium. Members aim to have one global standard for wireless charging that makes all wireless chargers compatible with all phones and battery operated products. We believe that this technology, can provide extensive convenience benefits within the office, home, and public environments. As we become increasingly dependent on mobile devices, our products will help to keep them charged wherever we go.

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