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March 30, 2008

Wireless Gadget Charger

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New gadgets are starting to come off the assembly line faster than they can be  acknowledged. This gadget however is a breakthrough. The people from WildCharge came up with a very interesting and useful device. They call it the Wild Charger. It is a pad that you can place various gadgets on to charge.This device works on the basic principal that if two conductive objects meet, current can pass through them. No wires, no untangling, no mess. In order to do this your gadget has to be outfitted with the WildCharger  hardware.The hardware basically consists of a backing you put on the device that has contact pads on it. After that you just set it on the conductive pad and let it charge. With adapters for many devices this is a good buy for any techie. Check it out here.


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14 Responses to “Wireless Gadget Charger”

  1. MIKY Says:

    i do not think this way of charging is safe because almost every devise has memory/hdd
    hdd uses magnetic energe to write data on the disk and this Gadget Chargerdevise uses magnetic
    energe to i do not recomand such devises

    sorry for bad sperling

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    I love this pad idea for charging gadgets (wish I had one). I don’t think any gadgets would have any problems with this since it is not charging using inductive coupling it just allows for new contacts on the back of your device to mate with the power strips on the pad. This would be the same as you plugging your iPod into the charger and then allowing the power cord to lay across the back of the device.

  3. Jesse Says:

    I’ve seen many of these types of devices.
    It’s nice to see one for so cheap.

    Probably wouldn’t be difficult to do a little modification to make this charge pretty much anything that can charge via USB, like the Razor does.

  4. Jesse Says:

    Come to think of it, I may just make one of these myself.

  5. Gadgetism.org Says:

    Wireless Gadget Charger…

    [Source: Hacked Gadgets – DIY Tech Blog] quoted: I love this pad idea for charging gadgets (wish I had one). I don’t think any gadgets would have any problems with this since it is not charging using inductive coupling it just allows for new cont…

  6. Alexander Says:

    I have seen these ideas for about 10 years now–and they always say “Coming soon!”

    I will believe it when I have it in my hands.

  7. Charge your Gadgets Wirelessly with the Wild Charger » The UberReview Says:

    […] Hacked Gadgets, C-Net, Wild Charger Tags: cellphone, […]

  8. Zach Crockett Says:

    Induction charging and induction principles of electricity are gaining ground, but I think people who really tinker with it will be the ones who push to into the mainstream permanently. Tesla had it right all along, it just took a wider minded world to accept the concept.

  9. avh Says:

    As Alan Parekh said, this doesn’t use induction, you attach a pad with contacts to your device and lay it on the charger which also has exposed contacts. So I don’t think it is completely accurate to call it wireless charging. I hope they have some sort of safety features in case someone puts their keys or something on it.

  10. Rachel Says:

    The only problem I have with this is the fact that I often will use objects while they are charging…

  11. Tony Says:

    where can i buy, i live in Sydney, Au
    pls tell me tks

  12. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Tony,

    I would send the company a quick email to see who the dealers are in your neck of the woods are.

  13. Hidden Flower Pot Gadget Charging System - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] of site because of the plastic plant. We have seen some other solutions for this issue such as the Wild Charger Pad, but this is a nice simple solution that disappears into its surroundings. Sometimes a project […]

  14. Dan Says:

    Man, Nikola Tesla was doing this over a century ago. If he would have shared his information, the “internet” would have already been around. The advent of the radio made people run there because they believed that his project was already discovered. They stopped funding him.

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