JAB Kington have this month launched a new smartphone charging system which they have created and is aptly named the Kington and uses magnetic technology to make sure your mobile devices are fully charged when required.
The range includes a number of different solutions that are capable of charging iPhones using an MFi Case and Receiver, Qi Wireless Pad and Transmitter and Qi car outlet charger.
Check out the video below to learn more about this compact charging system that can be used almost anywhere you need to charge your smartphone on a regular basis, such as the home or car. The developers of the new wireless charging system explain a more about its features and functionality.
KINGTON Cases & Chargers are certified by Qi & MFi licenses for quality and Trademark protection. The cases can be used at local favorite chains Starbucks, Airport, Restaurants hotels or integrated into some furniture. Place your iPhone with case close to the car charger and the magnetic properties will attract (pull) it to the stand. Charging starts immediately.
Save time on charging! We seem to always run out of battery life at the most critical times but with your car nearby power awaits without cables! Using smartphones in your car presents many hazards such as locating cables, making turns, braking causing phone to go flying. The Magnetic connection resists vibrations and rough roads preventing the smartphone from falling off the holder. The USB power supports navigation, listening, calling and charging.
The charging time is almost the same as cable. Using Texas Instruments chipset that allows transfer of large current from charger to iPhone. It is 20% less efficient than cables and 20% better than other wireless charging solutions. The Car chargers USB port is design with 5A/5V that supports iPad (2,4A/5V).
The Kingston is now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges starting from just $40, with shipping expected to take place during September 2016.
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