While wireless charging helps reduce the mess of multiple cables clogging up the floor or the desk, it also means that unlike directly plugging your device into the AC adapter, charging via wireless is a slower process. Not really that big of a deal for those who use it to charge their devices overnight, but for those looking for a quick charge, wireless charging might not be the best idea. The good news is that IDT Wireless Power has announced that they will be introducing new wireless charging components that they’re claiming will slash the time it takes to charge mobile devices.
According to the company, not only will their new charging systems slash the time it takes to charge your mobile devices, but will also bring about a 50% in cost savings, 67% reduction in component count, and 73% total system efficiency compared to the previous generation, and with their IDTP9020 chip capable of putting out 7.5W of power. No word on when we can see IDT’s new technology make its way into the market, but more information can be found at IDT’s website.
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