NXP cuts the cord, brings wireless charging technology to portable computing segment
Wireless charging has been a popular addition to smartphones and other small portable electronics. Portable computing devices, however, need considerably more power than available from smartphone chargers. This new NXP solution allows consumers to have a truly cord-free experience with notebooks and 2-in-1 tablets, even with their higher power consumption requirements. Consumers will benefit from the convenience and freedom offered by wireless charging. For many years, consumers have been able to connect mice, keyboards and headsets or reach the internet wirelessly, but a power supply cable was still necessary. This solution enables portable computing companies to cut the last cord for customers.
“This technology adds significant value to the end user by eliminating the traditional power transfer model, requiring a power cord and outlet, yet it is easily aligned to existing product form factors and power levels, minimizing the need for changes in the design of end-products,” said
“The mass adoption of wireless power will require an industry standard supported by many companies, end product manufacturers and component suppliers,” said
NXP’s High Power Wireless Charging Solution includes the charging pad, or transmitter, for use on a desktop or mounting below the surface, and a receiver, which is integrated into the notebook or 2-in-1 tablet. The solution is fully tested and documented, development hardware is available from NXP directly, and it comes with a complete bill of materials and software, ready for rapid market adoption.
NXP is demonstrating its High Power Wireless Charging Solutions integrated into notebooks and 2-in-1 tablets from HP at the NXP booth at the
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January 4, 2017 at 9:03 AM EST
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