Though primitive versions of wireless chargers have been around for years, it is only in the last five years or so that a big push has been made to improve them and make them a staple for mobile phone users worldwide. The big push towards wireless chargers has been due in large part to the number of benefits that they have. Three of these benefits are discussed below.
No Outlet is Required
The biggest benefit of wireless chargers for mobile phones is that no outlets are required. They don’t need to be plugged in at all, actually. They run off of energy that they create themselves through an electromagnetic field and also use this energy to charge your phone’s battery.
Obviously, having a charger that doesn’t require an outlet is beneficial. Most people have been stuck without an electrical outlet and with a dead phone at least once in their lifetimes. Even more people have stopped in at a crowded coffee shop to plug their standard phone charger in only to find that all of the outlets are full. A wireless charger eliminates the need to stress about finding an outlet.
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Another benefit of wireless chargers for mobile phones is that it makes them more portable. When you are using a standard wall charger, you are restricted to using your phone in a specific area for the duration of the charge, usually as long as the cord will reach. Because you don’t need to use an electrical outlet for your wireless charger, you can charge your phone pretty much anywhere. They make it possible to charge your phone at home, at work, on the bus, on vacation, and even in the middle of the desert!
Wireless chargers for mobile phones are also very efficient. The charges that they give are top-notch. In many cases, they actually charge phones faster than traditional wall chargers. The latest research into charging technology even shows that wireless chargers fuel up smartphones as much as 25% faster than the old-fashioned breed, allowing mobile phone users to have full access to their devices more quickly.
The benefits of wireless chargers are nearly endless. Though they have not yet been perfected, their advantages make it clear that they soon will be. If you are a mobile phone user, especially if you’re one who is often ‘on the go,’ then it is likely in your best interest to consider upgrading to a wireless charging device.
The author of this article Sue Stevens has never looked back since having wireless broadband in her home.
This article is contributed by Sue Stevens and posted by Rizwan Ahmad Author and founder of cyberockk.com, He is a tech blogger from India and he loves to share his thoughts by writing articles on this site to the different topics related to technology world,