2nd Generation Wireless Chargers Start Shipping Late June!
Samsung Galaxy S3, S4, and Note 2 users rejoice. The power cord has now been cut! You will not forget to charge your phone, or fumble with the wire at night. You will not pull the charger out of the wall to answer a call, accidentally break the connector, or drop the phone.
Monster Watts WiQiQi line of ultra thin wireless receivers add wireless charging to your Galaxy phone in seconds. Each set now includes a choice of wireless chargers that also work with other Qi standard devices.
so convenient and easy to use because you just place the phone on top
of the compact inductive charger and like magic, they will
wirelessly connect and start charging right away. They even work through most soft gel and other non-metal cases - 3 mm (Curve) to 5 mm (Versa).
The WiQiQi wireless receivers are ultra thin, and are easy to install. Just remove the phone's back cover and locate the 2 connecting points next to the battery. Then match up the 2 brass studs * on the receiver with them, and put the cover back in place. It’s so thin you won’t even notice it, and will fit into any standard case. *
* Beware of cheaper receivers that use points instead of studs, and have thicker, less flexible wires inside.
Each phone needs to have a wireless receiver installed to connect and charge with the inductive charger (transmitter). The WiQiQi line is 100% guaranteed to work with Qi standard chargers and phones. New 2nd generation Curve (desktop) or Versa (desktop or in car) also come with AC adapters.
Engadget April 10th, 2013
WiQiQi charging receiver is thin enough to slip under the existing cases ... without disrupting the design or wrecking compatibility with accessories.
Android Authority April 10th, 2013
Monster Watts WiQiQi brings wireless charging to newer Samsung Galaxy handsets, without adding extra bulk
Laptop Mag April 10th, 2013
thinness of its receiver, giving you the capability to switch cases and back covers whenever you want
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