WildCharge announced the release of its adapters that WildCharge-enable Apple’s (News
) iPhone and iPod touch, and the Blackberry Pearl and 8800 to the general public this quarter. The company is showcasing these device adapters — among others — at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES (News
WildCharger wire-free charging pad, in fact, won this year’s CES Best of Innovations Award in the Portable Power category. It is a sleek, flat charging pad that delivers up to 15 watts of power. The pad can simultaneously charge up to four small devices, such as cellular phones, portable music players, digital cameras, and other similar electronic devices.
While displaying WildCharge’s device adapter for Apple’s iPhone (News
), WildCharge CEO Dennis Grant said that WildCharge’s technology is more than a simple charging solution for mobile devices — it is a true revolution that will ultimately eliminate the array of tangled chargers, adapters, and cords consumers currently deal with on a regular basis.
Grant explained that their technology delivers instant power to all WildCharge-enabled consumer electronic devices just as if they were connected directly to an electric outlet.
“Virtually any consumer electronic device can be readily WildCharge-enabled,” he added.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet, covering call centers, CRM and information technology. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
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