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The Benefits of Wireless Charging
- May 23, 2018 -

Wireless charging provides a number of benefits for consumers that have spurred its rapid gain in popularity. One of the main benefits of wireless charging is the lack of cables needed to be able to ensure your most important devices are always charged when you need them. Instead of fumbling around with a cord and making sure it is plugged into the right port correctly, you can rely on your wireless charging pad to ensure you can achieve the same charge without the fuss. In addition to just being easier, it is also safer to have less cords with active electrical currents in your home. Fire danger is a concern for those with many cords laying around their home and wireless charging can help eliminate the need for that anxiety because it does not require as many cables. Wireless charging also eliminates the need to keep buying new charging cables when they wear out. Devices that are heavily used, such as cell phones and laptops, often force users to continually replace their charging cable due to fraying, breaking, and the inability to connect properly.  

 

Another benefit to wireless charger is that it is no longer necessary to rely on having an open port on your device to establish a charge. In some devices, the ports can wear down over time from heavy use and sometimes can stop being able to establish a charge. When this happens, if only relying on a direct connection, the device must be replaced in order to recharge it and maintain it normally. However, without the wear and use on charging ports, users will no longer need to replace devices due to faulty charging ports. The implementation of wireless charging also encourages a more environmentally friendly approach to technology. Because wireless charging does not need to utilize any kind of cable, receiver or power adapter to establish its connection, there will be a notable reduction in the production, and eventual discarding, of charging cables, wireless charger receiver and power adaptors.