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|9th September 2009, 12:33||#1|
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Intel Proposes to Charge All Devices Wirelessly
With the dramatic rise in the number of electronic devices that are used in everyday lives powered by batteries that often need recharging; the costs, resources and management of multiple, incompatible power cords, and adapters have become cumbersome and time consuming for the typical user. One of the solutions is to unify chargers, but Intel Corp. proposes to charge electronics wirelessly.
Recently Intel demonstrated its Wireless Resonant Energy Link (WREL) – the transfer of electricity without using any wires. This technology could allow people to cut the last cord that keeps mobile devices tethered. Potentially, devices can be charged seamlessly in various public places, such as cafés or restaurants, which will significantly boost battery lives of notebooks and other electronics that consumes higher amounts of energy and require relatively frequent recharging.
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