Wireless chargers have a charging system that uses electromagnetic induction to accomplish wireless charging of various devices. This means that the wireless charger never has to be plugged in to an electrical socket. Rather than run on electricity, these chargers run on magnetic forces.
I think you’re talking about the Powermat. The way this works is you hook up a small receiver to your wireless devices (iPhone, Nintendo DS, Blackberry) and the mat sends a wireless signal to charge these receivers. It can be a little pricey though, with the mats and the receivers sold separately on their site. Mats run about $100 and receivers run about $30 each. It works with over 100 different devices and has custom fit receivers for certain products.
Does it only work for the iPod?
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