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    All About Qi

    Seen as a fad at first, wireless charging has reached impressive standards in just a few years and it shows no signs of stopping any time soon.
    If anything, it will be considered strange in just a few years’ time not to have Qi chargers set up for employees and visitors, even for small businesses with limited exposure to the general public.

    For now, however, we should be glad that more and more devices integrate Qi wireless charging capabilities and that there are plenty of wireless chargers to accommodate them.

     

    This isn’t to say that you could realistically expect such distances from every wireless charger, but a good number of them seem to do the job.
    these chargers must also account for cost-effectiveness and maintain high operational standards without increasing risks.
    Fortunately for us, new(ish) devices seem to integrate a universal standard for wireless charging, one that works reasonably well all things considered.
     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.