The real wireless charger is coming, and the fastest 2 hours in a range of 5 meters is full of an iPhone!

    As people become more dependent on smartphones, the battery life and charging speed of smartphone batteries have become one of the most concerned parameters. Although a large battery can support a smartphone for a longer battery life, After all, smartphones are still inseparable from charging.

    Although most smartphones now support fast-charge technology, people in the “fast food era” still don’t like to wait for longer charging time, but gradually become accustomed to playing mobile phones while charging. However, the traditional wired charging method is still inconvenient for the smartphone to be used for charging. Nokia has introduced wireless charging technology before, and the iPhoneX released last year will make this technology more popular, but it will be released concurrently with the iPhoneX. AirPower wireless chargers have not been released for sale, let people guess whether AirPower encountered new difficulties in the mass production process, or Apple found more advanced technology.

    Although many domestic brands on the market have also launched mobile phone wireless chargers under Qi standard mode, in fact, most wireless chargers including AirPower only avoid the action of charging cable into the smart phone, and use smart phones for charging. For the user, since the smartphone cannot leave the charging base in the wireless charging mode, it becomes less flexible than the wired charging method.

    Recently, however, an overseas company introduced a true wireless charger. The wireless charger is named “NIC Charger”. The whole set consists of two parts. In some cases, the wireless charging base is used to connect to the power supply. The power is output to the charging device; the other part is an ultra-thin power receiver, which can be connected to the smart phone charging socket through the Type-C interface. Due to the ultra-thin design of the receiving device, it can be directly hidden inside the mobile phone protective case. .

    Of course, the receiving device can also be plugged into other devices that support the wireless charging technology. If charging is required, the device connected to the receiving device and the wireless charging base can be charged within 5 meters, and the battery filled with an iPhone needs 2 - 4 hours or so, and the main factor determining the charging speed is the distance between the two ends.


    The emergence of wireless charging technology was originally to solve the problem of wired charging. If wireless charging lags behind wired charging in terms of charging speed, and does not solve the user's pain point in terms of convenience or freedom, then the meaning of wireless charging technology is also Not big, and wireless charging equipment like NIC Charger should be considered a true wireless charging mode. In the future, more smartphones will adapt to such wireless charging mode.