Wireless charging technology is destined to become more and more common, especially now that the latest iPhones support wireless charging.
While a traditional wired charger will get the job done, wireless chargers are a revolution in convenience. Forget about fumbling with cables! Just set your phone down, and charging begins instantly. What could be easier?
Today, we’re introducing PowerWave, our new line of wireless chargers. PowerWave 7.5 Pad and PowerWave 7.5 Stand both use Anker-exclusive technology to ensure optimized speed, performance, and compatibility.
Inside the box, we see PowerWave, a welcome guide, and accessories.
PowerWave 7.5 Stand includes the wireless charging stand, a 3ft PowerLine Micro USB cable, an Anker Quick Charge 3.0 charger, and the welcome guide.
PowerWave 7.5 Pad includes the wireless charging pad, a 3ft PowerLine Micro USB cable, an Anker Quick Charge 3.0 charger, and the welcome guide.
Most wireless chargers don’t come with a wall charger, but we want you to be ready to go right out of the box! That’s why we’ve also provided PowerLine, our premium durable USB cable, to get you started wireless charging as soon as you receive your PowerWave.
PowerWave’s surface is covered with soft, anti-skid TPU, which protects your phone while preventing slipping and sliding.
Now it’s time to set up! All we have to do is plug in the wall charger, then connect it to PowerWave using the included cable. As soon as we plug in, the LED will light up for about 3 seconds, then turn off again.
One great thing about PowerWave 7.5 Stand is that it’s equipped with dual charging coils, enabling you to charge vertically or horizontally. Enjoy videos at your desk, or set upright to view webpages at the perfect angle for Face ID.
Let’s see how PowerWave works on Samsung and iPhone.
Here we are charging iPhone X. We can see that the current and voltage are 12V and 0.958A, respectively, with the input calculated at 11.5W. Although that seems much higher than the 7.5W high-speed charge threshold for iPhone, wireless chargers have a 65% efficiency in power conversion. This means that iPhone X is receiving its ideal 7.5W charge.
Here we can see the Samsung Note 8 being charged with PowerWave 7.5 Stand. Since Note 8 detects whether incoming charging power meets its high-speed threshold, we can see at the bottom of the phone screen that the Note 8 is fast charging (at 10W).
The fastest, most compatible wireless charging series is arriving very soon! Are you looking forward to getting PowerWave on your desk or nightstand? What’s next in the world of wireless charging? Let us know in the comments!