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Tech & ScienceOtterBox’s latest creation is a stackable wireless charging battery system

18:51  22 august  2019
18:51  22 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

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If you have several devices that support wireless charging , OtterBox ’ s OtterSpot might be right up your alley. It’s a charging base that can wirelessly But the OtterSpot is more exciting than that . It’s a wireless charging system , and each layer of the OtterSpot is a portable 5,000mAh capacity battery

An OtterBox spokesperson told The Verge that the system can technically support up to four stacked batteries although charging speeds start to take a hit at that point. The OtterSpot wireless charging system starts at 9.95 and includes the charging base and a single OtterSpot wireless battery .

OtterBox’s latest creation is a stackable wireless charging battery system

You’d be forgiven for confusing OtterBox’s new OtterSpot for a stack of restaurant buzzers, those vibrating devices that you hold onto while your takeout is being prepared. But the OtterSpot is more exciting than that. It’s a wireless charging system, and each layer of the OtterSpot is a portable 5,000mAh capacity battery with its own Qi charging coil and support for USB-C wired charging.

The OtterSpot costs $129.99 and it ships with a charging base and one wireless charging battery. Each additional battery costs $69.95, and OtterBox says the 36W base can charge two additional batteries (totaling three OtterSpots) stacked, with a phone on top. An OtterBox spokesperson told The Verge the system can actually handle up to four stackable batteries, but charging speeds are diminished.

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OtterBox has a solution to limited battery life. Today, the company revealed OtterSpot, its Qi wireless charging power bank, and stackable batteries . Latest in Gear. Dell’ s cheap Philips Hue starter pack deal is even better with credit.

गुरुवार, 22 अगस्त 2019 OtterBox ’ s latest creation is a stackable wireless charging battery system | Blue Mother The next logical step from making phone. You’d be forgiven for confusing OtterBox ’ s new OtterSpot for a stack of restaurant buzzers, those vibrating devices that you hold onto while your

OtterBox’s latest creation is a stackable wireless charging battery system

Wireless charging is something that more people are interested in, since plenty of popular phone models support Qi charging, like the iPhone XS, Samsung Galaxy S10, Google Pixel 3, LG G8 ThinQ, and others. However, it’s something most people only do at home or at the office, due to the fact that most chargers require a wall adapter to get the fastest charging speeds. OtterSpot aims to solve this by allowing each battery to charge at 10W speeds, if your device supports it.

You can save a lot of money and get much faster charge speeds from a wired USB-C PD portable battery and the right cable. But you’ll miss out on the OtterSpot’s cord-free wireless charging capability, and its slim discus-shaped design that seems easier to fit in a bag than a big rectangular battery.

OtterSpot is now available for purchase at Otterbox.com.

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