MWC: Alliance for wireless power introduces Wireless charging technology for notebooks2014-03-21 | Comebuy News
The Alliance for wireless power (A4WP) will present a new version of its wireless charging technology Rezence at the beginning of next week Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Instead of so far up to 20 Watts, the updated specification provides up to 50 watts. Thus she should are suitable not only for charging of smartphones and tablets, but also for notebooks.
Together with the MWC announcement the A4WP - obviously not coincidentally - announced a new Member. The first PC manufacturer of the 2012 based business community joins with Dell. Other prominent members include Samsung, Qualcomm, Broadcom and since June 2013 and Intel.
The Rezence funded by the A4WP is based on near-field magnetic resonance technique. It competes with older approaches, such as the Qi standard wireless Consortium, including Samsung, LG, Huawei, Motorola, Panasonic, Sony and Verizon Wireless on the power.
With a further grouping, the power matters Alliance, the A4WP cooperation agreed only last week. Within its framework, the two alliances in interoperability want to establish between their respective standards. Thus, it should be ensured that devices that support one of the two techniques can be used, for example, with the same charger.
The A4WP will demonstrate its wireless charging technology Rezence between 24 and 27 January at the MWC. Your balance with the number 2J2 can be found in Hall 2.
[with material by Stephen Shankland, News.com]
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