As you can imagine, the Mobile World Congress is not only the appointment of smartphones and tablets upscale, but also the time for small accessories sometimes forgotten to shine. This is the case of the new wireless charger from LG, the world’s smallest.
More and more devices are equipped with the standard Qi (attention, as one of our attentive readers, must decide Chi) for wireless charging. Since the first Nokia Lumia last fall, we find this feature anywhere: Nexus 4, Xperia Z, etc.. LG has not missed the trend, and it has introduced a new charger WCP-300 that stands out by its tiny diameter of 6.9 centimeters. It is indeed designed to be mobile, unlike conventional chargers without son that is left at home.
Despite its small size, LG said in its press release that the charging area of the device is 1.7 times greater than the previous generation of chargers and therefore provides a very powerful load. This new accessory works with Qi technology electromagnetic induction and is compatible with all smartphones that support this type of standard.
The charger WCP-300 will be available starting this week in Korea for a price of about 60 euros. Hopefully a worldwide distribution, although nothing has been communicated it.