WorldWide Tech & Science. Francisco De Jesùs.
Intel demonstrates its new wireless charging technology. The transmitter is in the Ultrabook, and the receiver is attached to the phone. After activating some software, the device detects when your cellphone is near, and begins to charge it automatically. The phone has roughly a 20mm area of activity where it can charge, and it is perfect for those times when in a meeting, you simply place the mobile directly next to your notebook and let it charge up.
2H 2013: Intel`s wireless charging technology from ultrabooks to smartphones in the Works. Video Demo.
Intel's wireless charging solution uses an ultrabook as the power source paired with related software and a transmitter to wirelessly charge a smartphone. According to Intel's data, the solution will feature lower power consumption and does not require the phone to be put in a very specific position.
Intel also provides design suggestions to integrate the transmitter and receiver together to lower production costs, and Intel has also designed software exclusively for power charging with functions such as power charging equipment examination, smartphone charging control, and equipment position tests all included.
This technology could come out in the 2H 2013.