iBattz Brings Simple Wireless Charging to the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 2

iBattz Brings Simple Wireless Charging to the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 2
January 13 13:18 2013 Print This Article

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iBattz, creators of intelligent power solutions, is introducing a new wireless charging system for the Galaxy S III and Note 2 that will charge these devices by simply placing it on the base. In the new era of mobility and “on the go” power, the iBattz SMART wireless charging system eliminates the need for an accompanying bulky case or connection. This new system consists of a charging base and SMART charging adapter that easily fits inside a Samsung Galaxy S III or Galaxy Note 2. Once the adapter is inside the device, it never needs to be removed.

“This technology means you can forget about attaching your device with a cable or electrically connecting it to an adapter. Just lay your device on the base and it will charge.” said Richard Martin, President, iBattz North American operations.  “This patented, revolutionary charging system represents a new era of state-of-the-art technology, without any modification made to your device.”

Based on the universally accepted “qi” (pronounced “chee”) standard, the SMART wireless charger requires only touch to charge. Major automobile manufacturers have announced incorporation of “qi” into their interior design, which means your device could move from home-to-car-to-office effortlessly, charging at each location wirelessly.

The charging base indicates your device is charging and when it is fully ready for use. Included with the system is an AC adapter, charging base and SMART charging adapter.

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