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May 05, 2014

THEO Introduces New Wireless Charger for Apple and Samsung Devices

Wireless charging of wireless devices is one of those markets that simply doesn’t have a designated market leader just yet. That is one of the reasons there seems to be one company after another stepping up and attempting to take over that market. THEO is the latest company to jump into the fray with an approach it is billing as one of the most versatile offerings in the wireless rechargeable backup battery market.

The THEO wireless charger works using a POWER Pad but also comes with a backup battery pad and it will actually charge both at the same time. THEO will make sure that the Smartphone is charged as much as 90 percent before it divides the work between the two devices.

This of course means that not only are you able to charge your Smartphone quickly and easily but you are also able to carry around your backup in case you are going to be out and about for a long period of time. The best news of all is that the THEO charger is built so that it doesn’t take up a ton of space. There are also a couple of ways that people can charge their devices and this approach can actually shave the amount of time it takes to charge in half.

A person can choose to use the THEO connect, which is a flat cable flex connector, on their wireless device while charging the backup battery card while it sits on the Power pad. This will make the charge work quite a bit quicker for both the device and the battery card.

The project is looking for additional funding through its Kickstarter page but it is already being offered up for users who want to charge their Samsung S4/S5 or their Apple iPhone 5/5S. The company says it is also working on being compatible with the iPhone 5C and future smartphone releases from both Apple and Samsung.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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