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12/12/2013 06:10 PM EST
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Efficiency of Wireless Charging
chanj0   12/16/2013 1:39:12 PM
The convenience of wireless charging has drawn a lot of attention. What can be better than drop it off when you need to recharge the device and pick it back up after charging is done. Yet, I always wonder the efficiency. How good it can be?

On the other hands, there was powermat that you can literially drop your device on it to get charge and pick it back up. "Wreless Charging In a Box" lacks the convenience. Does it have better charging efficiency? It might have benefit of fast charging and less EMI problem to deal with. Question is whether you will trade fast charging over convenience if you are keen to wireless charging.

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