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    All About Qi

     In many ways, a unified global wireless charging ecosystem makes it easier for emerging technologies to adhere to a specific set of functional parameters. 
     It’s not that traditional chargers cannot do the job, but they are severely limited by their dependence on wires, ports, and adapters.
    If we are to infer a realistic expectation from the technology based on what we’ve seen so far, we can safely assume that both can be expected by the end of next decade at the latest.
    As far as what the future holds, we can realistically expect more office gadgets and appliances to make good use of wireless charging technologies.
    We just hope that by the time we can realistically replace all wired chargers with wireless versions, the stigma behind wireless waves would have dissipated to some extent.
    Overall, however, there is still plenty that needs ironing out if wireless chargers are to fully replace their wired counterparts. For the time being, they seem like a good investment for anyone who owns a Qi-ready device and wants to switch to a hands-off approach to phone charging.
    Although this isn’t the case with 100% of the wireless chargers being sold right now, the overwhelming majority of them are designed to blend into any room décor.
    The justification for getting a concealed wireless charger is pretty straightforward – people want to simply place their phone down on the table and have it charge without having to use any wires.
    Wireless charging as we currently use and understand it operates according to some fairly basic standards. These standards may very well change going forward with the advent of new technologies, but for the time being, these are the standards most devices abide by. 
    We always hear people these days talk about how their lives have changed due to the emergence of new technologies and wireless chargers are definitely among the most widespread gadgets people have turned to over these past few years. Practical and effective, these chargers enjoy an impressive rise in popularity and understandably so.
    A lot has been said about wireless chargers in recent years, some accurate, some not so much. Perhaps the reason why people are yet to form a definitive opinion on the technology is because of how relatively new it is, even though it’s been around for more than a decade.

    People love their gadgets nowadays, don’t they? From phones, laptops, notebooks, and tablets to smartwatches, headphones, and wireless headsets, there seems to be a broad selection available for almost any device one might be inclined to acquire. All these devices, however, need to be charged regularly, which can be quite a tedious and peculiar process.