Wireless chargers work by sending the power to a device through direct transfer by touching the device directly to the power source and transmitting the power through induction. Many charging pads require a sleeve or extra attachment for the device so that source can recognize and flow power to it. That charging pad is “magnetically coupled” to the power source so that it can appropriately flow power to it, utilizing what is called inductive power transfer.
One of the most famous pioneers of this wireless, magnetic induction technology would be the powermat, which PC World did a review on, upon many other wirelessly charging gadgets:
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