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thingCHARGER For Android

Dec 05, 2013 12:18 PM EST

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thingCHARGER is a simple way for Android users to charge all of their devices. According to 6Wresearch, the Global Wireless Charging market is expected to reach $9,947.4 million by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 42.6% during the period 2013-2018. Integrating wireless charging technologies require Android devices to further adopt mobile standards across the world. Today’s chargers still have wires and set up can also be a costly challenge for users.

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The “Charge All Your Things At Once” thingCHARGER lets users charge any type of tablet, phone or reader device. USB charging is also enabled. thingCHARGER ships with Micro & Mini-USB. The design is very organized. The 2 or 3 thingCHARGERs are plugged together so all things are charged at once.  DC integrated with USB charging also makes thingCHARGER an elegant industrial design.

The thingCHARGER works by plugging the devices into any wall outlet. The regular outlets are displayed in front and these are live. USB outlets are live whenever thingCHARGER is switched on. The AC voltage down to the 5 volts DC integrates with USB charging.

Interchangable options are also available. A user can store and then swap in seconds. The Wire-less Charging features are also unique. thingCHARGER also has. 'Invisible' Design which 'Disappears' into the wall outlet making the outlets free to use all of the time. The thingCHARGER is ideal for saving space and leveraging full power.

Wireless charging continues to grow and increase momentum in recent years. The Android and wireless applications for wireless charging are very diverse for industry and services offered. Industry that demand wireless charging today are consumer electronics, mobile computing, communications, healthcare, automotive and the military.

Android smartphones are also catching on to better adopting wireless charging and wireless charging features. Models such as Nokia Lumia 920, HTD Droid DNA, Samsung Galaxy S3 and LG phones have had wireless charging featured on its Android devices. Wireless charging still has yet to gain complete popularity.

thingCHARGER is expected to ship in Q1 2014. The wireless charger ranges from $87 to up to $10,000 for retail and custom installs. The thingCHARGER company is partnered with an American company headquartered in the U.S. The company aims to offer convenience for consumers through wireless charging.

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