SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 31, 2015 /CNW/ -- ConvenientPower today announced the world's first wireless charger which scales the Qi wireless charging standard up to the 15 watts higher power range where Qi wireless charging devices can be wirelessly charged when placed in any position, any direction and location on the charging pad. The new higher power 15 watts feature also launches fast charging and wireless charging to an expanded range of Qi wireless charging devices beyond mobile phones and Bluetooth headsets to tablets and notebooks.
WoW15w is the world's first scalable multi-coil wireless charging transmitter pad, meeting all requirements of the newest release Qi standard v1.2.
"WoW15w is a new milestone in scaling ConvenientPower's technology platform design. Scalability and greater spatial freedom deliver a superior user experience as well as reducing design and execution risk across a wider range of industrial design and power needs," said Camille Tang, President and Co-Founder, ConvenientPower.
WoW15w launches with demonstrations January 5-7, 2016 at the Consumer Electronics Show, South Halls 3 - 4 Upper Level & Connector, Booth # SL2, Tech East, Las Vegas Convention Center.
ConvenientPower is a global leader in wireless power charging technology and innovation. Its proven intellectual property and commercialization expertise has delivered 22 world firsts in wireless power charging including first Apple-certified "Made For iPhone" and "Over-The-Air" wireless charging products, the first in-car wireless charging in Toyota cars and the first integration of compatible wireless charging in furniture, medical and office building applications.
ConvenientPower designs and develops wireless charging solutions across resonance, inductive, low and high operating frequency, standard and customized technology platforms. Its products and services include reference designs, modules and chipsets.
For further information: Larry Smalheiser, Sparkpr, firstname.lastname@example.org, (415) 504-3694, http://www.convenientpower.com