Wireless chargers have a dark secret that is never mentioned in brochures and other promotional material: still You have to deal with cables. But with Humanscale’s new NeatCharge Wireless ChargerAt least those cables are hidden from sight under a desk or table.
Is a wireless charger more convenient than connecting a short cable to the bottom of your phone? Yes, it is definitely 2 am. M. When it’s dark and you’re tired. It is certainly easy to leave the phone on a charging pad, but that pad must still be plugged into an outlet, allowing you to snag another cord on the desk, table, or nightstand.
Humanscale’s solution is simple: Instead of placing the wireless charging pad on top of a surface, it is mounted on the bottom with two-sided 3M tape included, or a set of screws if you want to make sure you never get lost. Go. The power cord can then be threaded through the table leg where it cannot be seen or felt. And because wireless charging can be tricky if the pad and device are not aligned correctly, an included sticker can be attached to the top of the table or desk to indicate that your phone is in line with it. Where to play, or you can create your own solution. Since this is sufficient to ensure proper placement.
At $ 149, it is far from the cheapest wireless charging solution, but it is certainly the most aesthetically pleasing, and at 10 watts it is the most powerful. However, there is a catch. Wireless charging only works at very close distances, and nightcharge only works on desk and table surfaces not more than 3 centimeters thick. It should be fine for hardwoods (and most desks and tables made of glass, although it seems counterproductive to the device you’re trying to hide), but many of Ikea’s desks for added strength Thick sandwiches are made of material, and they. Is not compatible.
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