Monday, 17 September 2012 05:30

IDF 2012: Intel Wireless Charging Technology @ Legit Reviews

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Last week, the first smartphone built-in wireless charging was announced in the U.S when the Nokia Lumia 920 was released. This Windows Phone 8 smartphone is the first of what we expect to be many smartphones to have embedded wireless charging. Read on to see what Intel is planning on doing with wireless charging on upcoming products!

"At this weeks Intel Developer Forum we got to see Wireless Charging Technology (WTC) by Intel in action. Intel was showing off an Acer Aspire Ultrabook that was modified to support internal resonance charging. This was just a proof of concept unit as production models with and without wireless charging technology would look the same. Intel said that labels on the Ultrabook would have to inform consumers where the wireless charger is located. The smartphone can charge up to about an inch away, so it must remain close to the Ultrabook to work..."

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