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Dell to adopt wireless charging

21
Feb
2014

The company has made a bold statement by becoming the first major computer maker to add its support to the emerging and potentially revolutionary technology of wireless charging. It means that in the very near future Dell tablets and notebooks wont need cables to keep their batteries topped up, or to offer other devices, like smartphones a quick recharge either. A great idea in theory but in practice there are several competing versions of the technology on the market, each with its own standards and official organization. Dell has officially joined the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) which counts Intel, Qualcomm, HTC and Samsung as members, and which supports the Rezence magnetic resonance charging standard.

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