Charging your mobile phone has always been the kind of responsibility you didn’t actually want to take, as you are constantly on the go and you are used to leaning on your phone’s full power whenever you feel like connecting yourself to the outside world or just dealing with those business plans that cannot wait. Tech companies have managed to make us less dependable on plugs and wires, once the Bluetooth chargers entered the market or alternatively, portable batteries and wireless charging methods.
Now, Samsung Electronics has entered this field of business and thinks it can help unclutter your home with a monitor that can do a great trick for your handset and a variety of other devices. Samsung’s new monitor is designed to wirelessly charge your smartphone.
Tech masters from Samsung have designed a hi-tech device that comes in 23.6 inch formats and it is the first one ever to have an integrated wireless charging station. If you want to benefit from all that it has to offer, your phone needs to support the Qi wireless charging standard. This new and sophisticated category was developed by the Wireless Power Consortium and is presently supported by companies like Samsung, HTC, Sony and Huawei.
The monitor not only offers charging benefits but also acts like an advanced, high quality, performant device that will surely find a perfect place in your home. It is provided with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and it is optimized for video games. Richer black hues will intensify your gaming experience, because it is especially dedicated to gamers. Its screen is made not to interfere with the graphics, does not allow lags and has a response time of 4 milliseconds.
It is well known that consumer electronic makers have struggled for years to make computer monitors more attractive by adding new features and new advantages in order to attract larger numbers of consumers. The integrated wireless charging envisioned by Samsung once with the new monitor launch is a very welcomed feature, as it provides extremely efficient mobile power management alternatives.
Wireless charging always sounded promising but it failed to provide the entire set of advantages it promised for its potential users. Somehow we still need a wire to connect our devices whenever we choose the wireless charging option. Having wireless chargers integrated into devices that are naturally designed for something else is a highly convenient application of technology.
Pricing and availability for the new Samsung product have not been announced yet but we expect the item to come at a pretty challenging cost, maybe worth the level of novelty it comes with.
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