[ShowStoppers at Mobile World Congress 2010] Powermat, the company known for its wireless charging products, has demonstrated its new batteries which can be charge via induction. Thanks to the customized batteries, many phones can now be charged wirelessly without having to use a special case or jacket. This is clearly a much better solution because it’s not really useful to buy a sexy smartphone, just to fatten it with a wireless charging jacket. Powermat even makes the argument that its products are smarter ( they stop charging when full), so the lifespan of the battery *should* be longer. Of course, we will take this with caution until confirmed by independent sources. Powermat is also releasing new pads that are thinner but also smaller (fits one device) for the cost-conscious. Now, don’t you wish that you had a removable battery?
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