Product Added : January 1st, 2014
Category : Wireless Phone
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Qi for thee
Featuring the cutting edge Qi inductive charging technology, this innovation continues the quest for wireless freedom by eliminating yet another wire. This charger won’t waste your power either. The built-in energy efficient idle mode keeps its power usage to a minimum.
No wires to untangle (or find), no adapters to come unplugged. Just set it on the center of the mat and it does the rest. Two display lights answer the simple questions: Power connected? Charging?
The low-key look
Slim, minimalistic and button-less, this charger fits perfectly on a desk or nightstand without drawing unneeded attention. So you can create a perfect charging home for your device without detracting from the décor.
Popular Compatible Models:
Direct Charge Models:
Samsung S4/S3/Droid Charge
LG Optimus LTE2/Spectrum
HTC Rezound/Incredible 2/Incredible 4 LTE
Fujitsu docomo F-10D/F-09D/F-03D/F-03D Girls’
Sharp docomo SH-07D/SH-04D/SH-02D/SH-13C
Panasonic docomo P-06D/NEC docomo N-01D
Models that Require a Wireless Charging Case / Cover Adapter:
Samsung Galaxy Note 3/2/i9300
Nokia Lumia 820/925/925t/928/1020
HTC One / Droid DNA / 8X (UK version does not support QI wireless charging)
LG D1L Optimus G/Optimus Vu2 / Droid MAXX/Xperia Z1
1. Confirm that your device is Qi-compliant before purchase.
2. Protective cases that exceed 5mm / 0.2in thick prevent the charger from working and may have to be removed before charging.
3. Newly upgraded to a standard USB input port….
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Question by halfdream: What is mobile web? How does its work? and what is its future..?
Answer by notsanenotinsane
mobile web is internet access for mobile devices such as cellphones, pda’s or blackberries. such a device must be equipped with a mobile webbrowser which can be either a program developed by the device’s manufacturer or something commen like the Netfront Browser as used on many asian phones like NEC for example or the new mobile Opera Browser which can be installed on many actual cellphones and pda’s.
For mobile web there are standards similar to the normal web (html). basically the following are used at the moment:
The original WAP standard was text only without color or images. WAP 2.0, cHTML (which stands for compact html) and imode have quite much in common as they all are based on some html standard.
Websites optimized for mobile use are mostly written in one of these standards but generally all can be accessed if WAP 2.0 is supported.
i-mode was developed by NTT Docomo a Japanese cellphone provider and it’s basically just a variant of cHTML. i-mode is quite popular in Japan since the 1990 and also available in many European countries.
With the current GSM, GPRS and other 2. Generation cellphone standards, mobile internet is still very slow so it takes really much time to download images or sounds or to access e-mail or websites. But with the 3rd generation UMTS cellphone standard which was launched in Japan in 2001 and recently in most European countries and is soon to be established in wider parts of the US the mobile internet might get as fast as a slow ADSL or cable connection, making it possible to access the mobile internet almost as fast as via a normal computer. Another interesting thing might be mobile TV which is already available in Japan and South Korea and to a certain extend also in the European UMTS networks of Vodafone and T-Mobile.
Recently there are also talks about using WiMax and WiFi instead of UMTS for accessing the internat via mobile devices as those standards might be much cheaper and also might provide a much higher bandwidth. Plus they’re already being used by most wireless computer devices…
So what’s in it for us in the future?
more speed, more services to be used online, more implementations of GPS based services as newer cellphones already have GPS recievers.
Well, sooner or later almost everything can be done with a cellphone and wire-based internet might some day get obsolete…
However, as already mentioned I don’t really know how far the US cellphone companies are with implementing all these new standards and how many of the new 3G cellphones are already available there…
Add your own answer in the comments!