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Power Week-in-Review: Dell Signs On to Wireless Power
2/27/2014

The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), which is hoping to standardize wireless power transfer using near-field magnetic resonance technology, has announced plans to expand wireless charging to higher-powered electronics from 20 W to 50 W.
The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), which is hoping to standardize wireless power transfer using near-field magnetic resonance technology, has announced plans to expand wireless charging to higher-powered electronics from 20 W to 50 W.

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Anand.Yaligar
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Re : Power Week-in-Review: Dell Signs On to Wireless Power
Anand.Yaligar   2/28/2014 2:19:14 PM
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Good to see Dell joining the Alliance for Wireless Power group. So when will we see Dell releasing wireless charging enabled Ultrabooks and notebooks ?

AZskibum
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Standard, what standard?
AZskibum   2/28/2014 12:59:20 AM
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It's great to see Dell embracing wireless charging, but until the shakeout of standards occurs, can the wireless charging market really go anywhere?

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