Wireless Chargers

Wireless charging has been around since the late 19th century when electricity pioneer Nikola Tesla demonstrated magnetic resonant coupling – the ability to transmit electricity through the air by creating a magnetic field between two circuits, a transmitter, and a receiver.
But for about 100 years it was a technology without many practical applications, except, perhaps, for a few electric toothbrush models.
Today, there are nearly a half dozen Qi certified wireless charger technologies in use, all aimed at cutting cables to everything from smartphones and laptops to kitchen appliances and cars.

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