This is the hit and miss method of getting your phone charged and this was driving me crazy. Considering the numerous times we put down our phones, it only makes sense that they grab a quick charge when we do. With smart charging technology and high-energy power conversion efficiency, it is quality, performance and reliability all in one. Easy Installation Connect via micro-USB to your desktop, notebook or other USB compatible device to power on.
While on capable Samsung or Nexus phones the wireless charging port remains exposed, this is not the case with iPhone inductive solutions. Think of it as akin to Bill Gates’ quest for sensation enhancing graphene condoms. Or, er, having some cake and eating it. The iQi Mobile accessory could work for you. It’s a flat tag with a flexible wire and a plug that slots into your Lightning port.
And other charging objects like the Aerelight lamp we initially tested or Ikea’s line of powered-up furniture need to be plugged in somehow too. You also can’t put your phone face-down and expect it to charge in case you wanted to ignore distractions and bury your head in some work. At least not with the iPhone solutions or the even the inductive-capable Galaxy S6 Edge Plus we tried. Also your phone, when on its back, will never lie flat on a table. Moving power magically between objects without a cord is something many may have encountered in electric toothbrushes. By placing the toothbrush on its stand, energy is transferred from the metal plate to the brush. Plugging in the lamp wasn’t too out of the ordinary, however, since light sources without inductive charging require this anyway. Bluetooth® Connection ?for Wireless Typing With low-powered Bluetooth® 3.0 and a 200 mAh battery, this keyboard doesn’t compromise long life for its slimness. In fact, it can last for 155 hours of active use without needing another charge.