Tesla Wireless Charger Also Doubles as a Powerbank With a Sleek Form Factor for Additional Portability

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Aug 28, 2018
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The Tesla Wireless Charger is officially being sold on the company’s website and according to the manufacturer, it follows the same design language as the rest of its energy products. The convenient thing about the product is that it also supports Qi wireless charging and will use induction to top up the battery of the smartphone.

Tesla Wireless Charger Is Sleek but It Only Charges at 5W – For Additional Flexibility, It Does Feature a USB-C Charging Port

Available in both black and white, all devices that are Qi certified will be able to work with the Tesla Wireless Charger.

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“The Tesla Wireless Charger is a 6000mAh (22.2Wh) battery-powered inductive charging pad that features the same design language used in our energy products, like Powerwall. In addition to wirelessly charging your device, you can also power up your phone with the integrated USB-C cable. For non USB-C devices, use the USB-A port to plug in any USB-A charging cable. The built-in USB-A cable can be used to charge your Wireless Charger from any USB port.”

If you want to charge the device on the Tesla Wireless Charger, you can press and hold the power button for three seconds in order to activate wireless charging. You can also choose to charge on the go using the integrated USB-C cable. For non USB-C ports, you can use the USB-A port to plug in any USB-A charging cable. According to Tesla, the wireless charger will only be able to provide 5 watts of power, with wired charging providing up to 7.5 watts of power.

The Tesla Wireless Charger carries a price of $65 and for some, that might be steep for an accessory, but it will be a convenience for others in the long run and for those that are in possession of a smartphone that can charge wirelessly. If you want to place an order, you can do so by clicking on the source link at the bottom.

Source: Tesla

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