Growing Prevalence of Wireless Charging
Wireless charging is useful for charging AA battery-powered devices, medical devices and equipment, and electric cars; and more commonly, your watch, tablet, or smartphone.
Wireless power transfer in these consumer goods has been around for the past several years, but now the wave has begun to rise this year. It has become an increasingly prime topic of interest in mainstream tech publications as well.
The capability was already built in Samsung phones, the Google Nexus since the Nexus 4, the Motorola since the Droid Maxx, and the Nokia since the Lumia 735, which was released in 2014.
Not as publicized is the way wireless charging in everyday lives can help people who are recovering from injuries, the elderly with hand/wrist/arm ailments, and others with limited hand use.
There just isn’t enough representation in the mainstream for folks with certain limitations, but as seen in our Mother's Day blog, there are people for whom it would be a necessity than a luxury.
Why the Significance of Wireless Charging Goes Beyond Convenience
With respect to the aforementioned reasons, the significance of making wireless charging more accessible goes beyond the conventional thought that it’s only for the high-tech lifestyle.
Indeed, good quality wireless chargers that are solid buys are not cheap; high-quality devices are built to last and perform, and some like BEZALEL, are designed with good looks in mind. (One thing to note about BEZALEL is that discounts are almost always available through newsletters & holiday/special events campaigns.)
The act of plugging and unplugging the micro USB cable into the smartphone's lightning port isn't so easy for everybody.
In this way, wireless charging is especially helpful for someone who doesn’t have full or proper use of their motor or appendage functions. It alleviates unneeded discomfort or pain and does away with the kind of physiological demand that not everyone can meet.
BEZALEL’s Futura X for example is thin, lightweight, and highly portable; but these advanced features in wireless charging also help the person with chronic pain in her hands, or the person who has suffered an injury.
Reminder: those with iPhones prior to iPhone 8 will need a charge-receiving or wireless charging enabling device like the Latitude.