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Wireless Kindle Charging by WildCharge

WildCharge for Kindle

WildCharge for Kindle

By the looks of it, WildCharge products are going to be a hit. As reported by netbook-expert.com, wireless inductive charging soon is going to be available for over 500,000 products of all sorts and shapes.

It works like this: WildCharge pad is connected by wire to a power outlet and acts as power transmitter. There are several power receivers available that when placed on the charge pad will provide power for the devices they are connected to. For phones (including iPhone and iPod Touch) everything is nice and simple – there are neat thin sleeves that have the power receiver integrated in them and also protect your phone from scratches.

For other devices there is PowerDisc with PowerLinks that allows system to be used with a wide range of devices with standard connectors. Kindle (except for first generation) is one of such devices as it uses micro-USB connector for charging. Unfortunately this has little advantage over plugging it into AC outlet or PC since you are unlikely to carry around Kindle with this thing dangling from it. However the fact that they chose Kindle as an example device allows me to hope that they will come up with sleek Kindle sleeve soon enough. The moment it hits the market I’m buying it.

Just placing the Kindle on a mat would be some much easier than plugging it in twice a week. It would also help me develop a habit of piling up all my electronic gadgets in one place so that I don’t have to look for them all over the house.

3 comments to Wireless Kindle Charging by WildCharge

  • Paul G

    I dunno – setting the Kindle (or any other device), with the special plug-in in it, on top of something that is plugged into the wall isn’t functionally different than plugging it into the wall.

    Now, when they get a proximity system with a few feet of distance available, that will change my world…

  • admin

    I would actually disagree. Plugging it in the wall is Ok if you have just one device wires are no problem. In my case it’s at least 4: 2 Kindles and 2 phones (mine and my wife’s). With 4 devices wires already become a mess.

  • Todd

    These type of products have been out for about 2-years at speciality geek stores.

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