Motorola demos wireless charger that works at 3m, handles four phones simultaneously

08 September 2021
It covers an arc of 100ΒΊ and can handle obstructions such as your hand, pocket or case.

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  • Huh

P-CHM, 09 Sep 2021No, what I am saying is that beaming large amounts of energ... moreConsidering how plants react to WIFI radiation, you are right that being in such close proximity to large amounts of beamed energy is lunacy and that cell tower radiation for example is a localized affair with the best option to be as far away from them as possible albeit with decent coverage lol.
Regarding radiation and explosions though is this, once a nuclear or atomic bomb explodes, radiation immediately follows so what do you mean by saying this?

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

Or you could just plug it in - how hard is that ?

Huh, 09 Sep 2021So you're saying radiation does not exist?No, what I am saying is that beaming large amounts of energy like this, without even considering line of sight, is lunacy. I think you'll find that radiations are a localized affair and that they weaken greatly with distance. Don't mistake radiations with explosions though

  • Huh

P-CHM, 09 Sep 2021Yikes, now that's groundless lunacy.So you're saying radiation does not exist?

joe nodden, 09 Sep 2021You realize phones barely use any electricity right. These ... moreIrrelevant. If you need 100W of power to supply 5W of energy, that is a big loss of energy to slowly charge a phone, which might take hours... every day of the year... And knowing that families do tend to have more than one device...
This all adds up, you know.

Anonymous , 09 Sep 2021In the future, transmission line will become obsolete and w... moreYikes, now that's groundless lunacy.

Anonymous, 09 Sep 2021How much power do you lose? Does anyone know? If you lose 1... morePlease refer to the comment that I have wrote, you might find a clue there...
"(eg. Samsung's 15W 2.0 fast wireless chargers come with 25W chargers)"

  • Anonymous

P-CHM, 09 Sep 2021You do not understand. The problem is that while you are ch... moreIn the future, transmission line will become obsolete and wireless power transfer will be big. The only problem is that we need to know how much radiation it can pose to human being near the wireless charging because it is hard to contain electromagnetic radiation.

P-CHM, 09 Sep 2021You do not understand. The problem is that while you are ch... moreYou realize phones barely use any electricity right. These aren't cars.

Thanks Mot, I'll keep my wire.

  • Future1234

Motorola beautiful one and nice job

  • Anonymous

P-CHM, 09 Sep 2021You do not understand. The problem is that while you are ch... moreHow much power do you lose? Does anyone know? If you lose 1-2w during the transmission then I don't think it's a big deal.

joe nodden, 09 Sep 2021Why are people saying this is a waste of energy? Do they th... moreYou do not understand. The problem is that while you are charging at 5W a phone in a distance, there is energy lost in the travel. A lot. Why do you think we build power lines? Or why do you think the near wireless chargers have built-in fans along with power supplies vastly more powerful than they are rated (eg. Samsung's 15W 2.0 fast wireless chargers come with 25W chargers)? Because that process of wirelessly beaming energy is wasteful.

  • Anonymous

Nicola Tesla will be proud.

  • Anonymous

One of these could be installed in a shopping centre and anyone whose phone is low on power can get a top up by simply walking up to it. Works with multiple phones and at any angle. Very convenient.

captain fokou, 08 Sep 2021So you think it's more likely for someone to have a wi... moreNo, what i mean is situations like i get sometimes where there's a person who has a iPhone and asks me to charge it, but i don't have any lighting cables. So Wireless charging would be the option that i would have available.

If people bring their own cables then i use wired charging since is faster to use when your battery is low.

Why are people saying this is a waste of energy? Do they think engineers smart enough to design a truly wireless charger aren't smart enough to make the charger detect when a phone is there?

Ok before anyone jumps down my neck I'm all for advancing technology and hope this eventually takes off but at 5his point in time as many people have commented wireless charging is inefficient compared to wired but my issue is the fact that the wireless charger has to be plugged in to the mains so you still need a mains socket to charge a phone less efficiently than plugging in the actual phone!? And with usb c you don't even have to look which way round to plug it in. I'm all for convenience but how lazy have we become seriously?

GAMIRSFM, 08 Sep 2021Because you use it to mainly charge the phone rather than t... moreSo you think it's more likely for someone to have a wireless charger instead of 2 cables. I really don't understand wireless charging