Wireless charging technology had a slow start with various rival technologies competing.
With the advent of Apple recently selecting the Qi (pronounced “chee”) for its iPhones it is expected to accelerate the roll-out of wireless charging.
Qi is similar to how a wireless electric toothbrush recharges. Initially only 2,5 Watt charging were allowed for a relatively slow charge but now 5 Watt and even 10 Watt systems are comparable to wired charges.
Wireless charging is set to take over from wired charging with efficiencies of up 85% already commonplace.
D4 QI Wireless Charging Receiver
Convert non QI phones to be wirelessly charged.
USB Type C Version
USB Micro Version (up)
USB Micro Version (down)