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Nobody wants to be bound to a place these days, whether its for work or pleasure. Humans are always on a move and we think so should the technology with them. The development of devices is aimed to provide comfort for the users and their experience is that what matters. So, when wireless technology was developed, it was kept in mind that it adjusts in the life of people who use it and helps them in making things easier. We have been using our usual old-fashioned chargers for a long time and we have seen the boon and the bane of them. So, why don’t you give no strings attached a chance and see how things go.

What wireless charging is?

Wireless charging uses a base or charging pad to transmit energy using electromagnetic waves. These are picked up by the receiver coil of your phone which transforms the waves into electricity and that’s how you charge your phone, ladies, and gentlemen. Introduced in 2008, wireless charging can be referred to as Qi charging or technology which uses inductive and resonant charging.

Reasons you need it in your life:

  1. Fewer wires-

It’s pretty understandable with the name but with this charger, all you need is a cable to connect to the base.

  1. Use it while its on charge-

Unlike the usual chargers, you don’t have to stress about the phone battery deteriorating when you use your device on the wireless charger. So, you can watch anything or continue your work without any inconvenience.

  1. Durable

Without having to continuously plug or unplug the phone from the adaptor, there is less wear and tear on your smartphone. Also, since you don’t have to use USB cable there is no surprise breakage.

  1. No socket searching

You don’t have to go around searching sockets in the room to plug in your adaptor so you can use it at the same time. There will be a base place to put your phone.

  1. No overheating and overcharging

The wireless charger is so smart that when the phone is fully charged, the charger automatically shuts off. Which saves it from overcharging thus overheating.

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