Intel wants to get into every aspect of the electronic field known to mankind. This time they are putting together their efforts in promoting inductive charging that lets you wirelessly charge your devices.
The company has shown a prototype of the model by charging a smartphone by using an Acer Ultrabook wirelessly.
The power transmitter is made to embed into the ultrabook and the receiver is attached to the phone. This may make the phone look a little bulkier, but it serves the purpose.
Placing the phone in touch with the transmitter on the Ultrabook is signaled by a classic beep sound. This initiates the charging procedure and a pop window will come out saying that the phone is currently charging.
The whole thing with current technology is of course costly. But people tend to forget about charging cables and many find it difficult to carry charging cords these days. So this can prove as a viable solution for all those problems.
Will this method be the future of charging? The verdict can be only made after the release of the final version by Intel.
The increased bulkiness will prove costly and looking into the whole idea of wireless charging , it is much greener than the conventional chord charging.
Wires tend to wear out sooner than any other electronic entity and with this method, lot of wastage can be avoided for sure.