Energizer announced new Qi-enabled single-zone inductive chargers

Energizer announced new Qi-enabled single-zone inductive chargers

Energizer revealed a new additions to its  inductive chargers lineup, which allows you to charge your smartphone/MP3 players or any devices by simply placing them on the charging pad. The new cordless single-zone inductive charger lets you charge just one device rather than the bigger inductive chargers released by the company last year.

This new charging system is Qi-enabled which make it compatible with any battery cases that support Qi. The company has announced that will also be showing a couple new products at CTIA, including new Micro/Mini USB Adapter that conveniently adheres to the back of any phone, making it instantly Qi compatible, as well a Travel Adapter all in one solution that includes iPhone/iPod dock, nightlight, three AC outlets and two USB outlets .

Other new devices which will be added to the lineup –

-AC Universal USB Wall Charger: A single or dual wall model is ideal for charging smartphones, MP3 players, digital cameras and most other USB-powered gadgets, with a fold-out plug for easy storage and travel.

-DC Universal USB Car Charger: Available in single or double model, the charger quickly converts a car/truck DC outlet into a USB charging station.

As fohe Qi technology, it is expected to become more widely spread when additional WPC members – such as Verizon Wireless, HTC, Nokia, Motorola, Fulton Innovation, LG and others – introduce their Qi devices.

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