ConvenientPower to introduce Qi tilted wireless charging platform


ConvenientPower lights up CEATEC 2011 in Japan with what they dub to be the world’s first Qi tilted wireless charging platform, which is extremely special in a sense since it boasts an in-use-while-charging design as well as functionality for Qi compliant smartphones.

According to Bas Fransen, Chief Marketing Officer of ConvenientPower, “Customers are continually looking for wireless charging solutions which not only charge their smartphones, but also allow them to continue using their smartphones while charging. ConvenientPower’s Qi tilted wireless charger slants at a vertical diagonal for intuitive, convenient video conferencing in portrait mode or watching video clips, movies in landscape mode while charging at the same time. This is a first in Qi wireless charging.”

Just what will the world’s first Qi tilted wireless charger feature? For starters, it will come with ConvenientPower’s cutting-edge hybrid Litz PCB coil array technology, which recently picked up approval by the industry’s Wireless Power Consortium as a new Qi-based wireless charger option. Not only that, ConvenientPower is not going to rest on their laurels but has also rolled out yet another world’s first – we’re talking about the iPhone 4 5-watt Qi compatible wireless power receiver that is said to offer the fastest Qi, full charging of an iPhone 4. Guess the wireless revolution when it comes to charging your gadgets is fast catching on, and packing it for your travels has gotten a whole lot easier as there are no messy cables to tie together and neither do you have an excuse to stock up on rubber bands any more.

To date, Qi has remained the only universal standard for compatible wireless charging where any devices enabled with Qi can be charged, as long as said charging surface sports the Qi logo – it does not matter the brand or manufacturer behind it.

Have you used any Qi products before, and how was your experience with it?

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