Tesla has released a unique wireless phone charger for sale that has no analogues on the market

Eva Homicio


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This is a completely new product developed by Elon Musk's company. 

According to The Verge, this gadget is one of the most advanced on the market today.

Tesla's wireless charging technology allows up to three devices to be charged simultaneously at a power of up to 15 watts each. This means you can charge two smartphones and headphones at the same time. 

Charging occurs evenly across the entire device surface, allowing all devices to be conveniently placed on the charging station. To do this, 30 coils are used, covering the entire charging area.

The charger design looks like a massive aluminum plate inspired by the Cybertruck pickup. The weight of this device is about one kilogram. 

The kit also includes a 65-watt power adapter and a magnetic stand that allows you to place the charging station at an angle.

Tesla continues to surprise its fans with new technologies and products. Wireless phone charging is another step in the company's development that will make life even more comfortable for many people.

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