Anyone looking for a wireless charger that also offers a removable portable battery, capable of providing extra juice whilst away from the grid. May find the Infinite M wireless charger and battery system that has been designed by Teiron Dynamics Studio worth more investigation.
The charging system provides both a wireless charger and a dock to recharge the 6000mAh battery when required. The portable battery offers a 2.1A output to re-charge hardware and is constructed from aircraft-grade aluminium.
Watch the video below to see how the Teiron Dynamics modular wireless charger functions to help you always keep your gadgets and mobile devices fully charged. Its developers explain a little more :
Infinite M was born from the hassles of constantly requiring charging cables to be plugged and unplugged. We often found ourselves frustrated, looking for a better way, wishing there was a reliable “wireless” way to charge our devices without compromising the flexibility of a portable charger.
Infinite M approaches this problem with a modular design. If you want a back to basics, portable charger, the base battery module is a powerful, 2.1A output-capable, aircraft-grade aluminum clad, high quality 6000mAh unit. It is equipped with four indicator lights that allow simple gauging of battery level so you won’t ever be caught without juice when you need it.
What makes it one of a kind, however, is that you can easily expand it by using its docking mechanism with additional modules. Launched together, the first detachable module is a Qi-compatible, triple-coil, wireless charging module. The outer shell is made from the same high quality aluminum while the top plate is made from premium impact-resistant glass. Magnetically snapped on, the wireless charging module is designed to allow hassle-free, on-the-go charging while easily taken off when not needed.
For more information on the new Infinite M wireless charger jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge from $65 for the base package.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News