ENERGEA WiDisc 75 – The 7.5W Difference
The simple charging cable – while still a useful little tool I am sure we can all be honest- they were very last year! Anyone and I mean anyone who has ever owned a phone will no doubt be able to regale you with tales of frayed cables and scientific calculations on which way to put the darned thing in without damaging your port.
With the introduction of wireless charging (albeit on certain devices only) the need for the cable is fast disappearing. Imagine a device that is a one charge fits all. We have it! No need to carry around three different types of cable with our Energea WiDisc 75 Wireless Charger you can pop any Qi-enabled device on and charge away – truly universal charging!
What’s more our charging pad comes enabled with 5W/7.5W and 10W support so no matter what device you have it will automatically detect and charge at your phone’s optimum charging level. For me, having one wireless charger in my home and another at work is fantastic. I don’t have to look around and bend into all sorts of positions to charge my device – I merely pop it down on the charging pad and go about my day.
iPhone or Android – both are welcome. And before the Apple lovers out there look to the more expensive 5W/10W chargers- here’s a secret: Your iPhone 8 or X range charge at an optimum level of 7.5W. 10W charger? No dice- it will revert to the lower and slower 5W. If you are looking for optimal charging, make sure your wireless charger supports 7.5W charging.
Other cool features on this device are your circuit protection and its non-slip grip. I am sure we can all agree that a cable far outweighs your phone flying through the air and smashing gloriously into the ground. Coupled with this are the lightweight and compact design making it easy to pop in your handbag or briefcase- even pocket in a pinch.
And, an FYI, we have learned that Huawei has developed a wireless charger that will support 15W charging and sport a silicone surface (no slipping off of your phone) However, we can only look forward to this early next year.