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Alliance announces standard for wireless charging laptops
The Alliance for Wireless Power, which focuses on magnetic resonance technology, which also comes with a standard devices with high energy can recharge wirelessly. At the same time, Dell is the first major PC manufacturer joined the alliance.
Logo Rezence Simultaneously with the announcement of the accession of Dell announces the A4WP a new standard that allows devices with a capacity of 20 to 50 watts can be provided. wirelessly energy The alliance has been charging technology with magnetic resonance late last year Rezence baptized . With the new standard may be ultrabooks and laptops charged which explains the entry of Dell.
Details on the new Rezence standard does not give A4WP but has repeatedly expressed his desire to also be able to charge via tabletop surfaces, for example the train or office environments. Laptops alliance
Earlier flocked include Intel, Fujitsu, LG and Samsung are already behind the alliance, but Dell is the first purely on PCs oriented manufacturer who joins the A4WP. The technique not only can now be used to charge laptops but integrating Rezence that laptops can wirelessly charge other devices in turn.
Intel demonstrated wireless charging via electromagnetic resonance already in 2012 by a smartphone next to explain. an ultrabook The advantage of magnetic resonance is that the device to charge have to do with the loading surface. No physical contact There may also be several devices at the same time to be charged.
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