Inductive Charging Comes to the iPhone and iPod touch
Jun 24, 2009 14:05
It's taken a while, but Wildcharge has released iPhone and iPod touch adapters to their inductive charging system.
The soft, matte black cases wrap around your iPhone/iPod, allowing it to be charged whenever the device is placed on a WildCharger Pad. The cases run $35 a pop or you can wait until July to pick up an $80 iPhone case/Wildcharger Pad bundle. The convenience of placing my phone on the table to charge is certainly tempting, but I just hate storing my gadgets in cases. It kills the intimacy. [BW via ubergizmo]
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