ANSMANN WiLax wireless charger

"Cables are so yesterday" / Introducing the new ANSMANN smartphone wireless charger

Assamstadt, (PresseBox) - The new ANSMANN wireless charger removes the hassle of tangled cables and provides a quick and easy way to charge mobile phones.

Simply place a mobile phone on to the wireless charging station and the phone will recharge itself as though attached to mains electricity, eliminating the need to attach or remove a charging cable directly to the phone.

With the use of either a protective cover or a modified charging back board, this charger is able to charge a wide variety of handsets including all iPhone® models, iPod touch, Samsung® Galaxy 9000S / Wave 8500, BlackBerry® Bold 9700 and many more. The protective cover for the iPhone® is available with or without an additional battery pack. The protective cover is very discreet adding only a few millimetres to the size of the iPhone®.

The contemporary design of the charging station is simple and elegant reflecting the design of modern mobile phones. It is designed with a sloping surface allowing the phone to be easily operated whilst charging.

ANSMANN Zero Watt technology guarantees that when a mobile phone is fully charged no further electricity is used by the charger, saving money and the environment!

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