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Inductive chargers - they are appearing more and more often in offices and homes

18 November 2020

Inductive chargers - they are appearing more and more often in offices and homes

Inductive chargers have been with us for 10 years, but their popularity has started to grow strongly for 2-3 years. Now we are starting to use them both in offices and at home.

One of their advantages, and the most important for me, is that we don`t need to have many cables with different plugs at home and when traveling, but we only need one induction charger that will charge us every phone with Qi technology.

Qi is a standard that stands for energy transfer using inductive charging.

Car holders with inductive charging have also started to appear for some time. While driving, this is a great convenience because removing the phone from the holder and charging takes a moment and doesn`t cause tangling in the connected cables.

Manufacturers of inductive chargers and smartphones are systematically developing this technology. At the moment, induction charging of a smartphone takes more time than a wired charger, but has a positive effect on the battery life (fast charging has a negative effect on battery life). Induction chargers "lose" about 15-20% of energy during charging, which additionally results in a longer charging of the phone. Such charging takes from 2.5 to 3 hours, while with a wired charger it takes about 1.5 hours.

Before buying such a charger, it is worth getting acquainted with the specification of your phone in terms of having charging technology (Qi).

Do I recommend this type of charger? Of course it is - this technology is constantly evolving and it is possible that in the near future it will replace the wired charger.

Inductive chargers in our offer can be found here:

Below I present the most popular inductive chargers from our offer:               


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