Power up with this device-to-device wireless charging tech

Regular wireless charging is so 2012. Fulton Innovation boggles the mind with device-to-device power transfer.Image

(Credit: Fulton Innovation)
Image load the cell phone with the tablet or vice versa, without wires and strings. This futuristic idea is getting closer to reality with the technology of wireless device to device made ​​by Fulton Innovation.

Fulton Innovation, a subsidiary of Alticor has been in the business of wireless power for more than 10 years, was announced and fully operational in both directions charging technology Monday night at Digital Experience CES event in Las Vegas.
Energy transfer from device to device works simply by placing two Qi-enabled devices back-to-back, as shown in the video below.

Powered by the Wireless Power Consortium, Qi is the international standard for wireless power transfer. Last Fulton technology makes these devices in units able to act as transmitters and receivers power of both.

Fulton Technology can have them all with constant load device must foaming at the mouth, but we’ll have to wait to get our hands on the super-power of technology to handle and transport. The company is simply demonstrating the technology at CES, which means that consumers will have to continue to use the power cord until the license OEM two-way wireless technology and build on their smart devices. Here’s hoping that day comes soon.

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