PowerSpot Transmitter Can Wirelessly Charge Devices Up To 80 Feet Away

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Also, powering something like a wireless gamepad or headphones from within 2 feet of the transmitter, confined to a 70 degree directional cone doesn't seem all that useful. If you're going to need to place higher-drain devices on a certain portion of your desk just to make sure they charge properly, how is that an improvement over something like a short-range charging pad? And at 10 feet, it sounds like you're mostly limited to charging low-powered devices like TV remotes, most of which could just as easily run on a AA battery for years. The same goes for things like temperature or security sensors at longer distances, and I would question the reliability of a security system reliant on wireless power delivery. I'm sure there are some good uses for something like this, but I'm not all that convinced by the examples they provided.
 

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Yep... Start product. I teresting to see the radiation tests... compared to normal WLAN router. If it is in same gategory, fine. If it has larger power, hmmm. Do you wanna see how I clow In The dark ;)
 

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Its nice to see that someone can finally start producing something that Nikola Tesla invented a hundred years ago, without being silenced.
 
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