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Wireless charger for Samsung Galaxy S4

Posted: 15 Apr 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Monster Watts  Samsung Galaxy S4  wireless charger  WiQiQi receiver 

Monster Watts has released the WiQiQi ultra thin wireless charger kit for the Samsung Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2. The ultra thin receivers fit under the phone back covers and keep the original thin body and lightweight designs, noted the company.

The WiQiQi receiver weighs 1/5 of an ounce and is paper thin. It achieved this due to the thin, high-quality components and tough packaging. Unlike other receivers, the contact points are brass studs, which conduct electricity better, the firm added. The Galaxy phones have easy-to-remove back covers, and the WiQiQi receiver installation is just a simple matter of lining up the contacts next to the phone's battery. The back cover snaps back on with no added bulk.

According to the company, the WiQiQi system is so convenient and easy to use because you just place the phone on top of the compact Qi standard compatible induction technology charging pad and, like magic, they will wirelessly connect and start charging right away.

The WiQiQi Wireless Chargers for the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available in mid June. Kits for the S3 and Note 2 are available mid April. The charging pads will be forward compatible with future Qi standard wireless charging enabled phones.

The WiQiQi S4 wireless receiver and charger kit (Model WQS4) is available for Rs.4,731.18 ($88). The WiQiQi S3 wireless receiver and charger kit (Model WQS3) costs Rs.4,193.55 ($78). The WiQiQi Note 2 wireless receiver and charger kit can be had for Rs.4,731.18 ($88). The solutions come with the matching Qi compatible wireless charging pad.





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