LG Introduces Wireless Charging Pad

LG_Wireless_Charging_PadLG Electronics (LG) announced today the LG Wireless Charging Pad (WCP-700), which will allow phones to get charged without pinning in the charger. Though, the device charges devices with in 7 MM distance only, but it is considered as a step towards better range wireless charging.

Featuring a sleek design, LG Wireless Charging Pad is poised to revolutionize wireless charging as we know it. With inductive coils built into the battery doors and internal contacts, advanced wireless charging technology allows for a cord-free power source – alleviating the need for external connections that limit the phones usability.

For easy and intuitive use, LG Wireless Charging Pad features audible and tactile feedback when a phone is placed on the pad, as well as multi-colored LED lights to indicate charging status. Taking the hassle out of charging your wireless devices, LG Wireless Charging Pad also sports a compact, sleek design to easily accommodate an on-the-go lifestyle.

Key Features:

  • Visual, audible and tactile feedback – allows user to see, feel and hear when the phone is placed properly on the pad
  • Power LED – Blue = Plugged in
  • Battery LED – Orange = Ready to Charge
  • Battery LED – Flashing Green = Phone is Charging Correctly
  • Battery LED – Solid Green = Phone is Fully Charged
  • Slim and sleek design – allows for convenient storage, taking up minimal space
  • Effective Range – 7mm from center of placement guide
  • Dimensions – 6.29”x3.54”x0.39”

  • Its just introduced. I don’t think it is available anywhere yet. However, there are wireless charging pads offered by other companies. (though not in Pakistan yet)

  • lol, whats the point for it to be called WIRELESS. 7mm is a accountable range in reality ? lolz seems a Technology made specially for some DUMB people of Pakistan.

  • VERY VERY incomplete post, don’t even know if this is for LG or is for a specific phone?

    • Lolz, Really agree with you @ 7 MM.. but its new and latest technology, it willy surely one day come out and We will get rid of the “Taar” (Wire) Electrcity in Pakistan.

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