A ‘super-secret’ device can help you keep your phone charged in the dark
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Wired.com — The newest tech that will keep your smartphone charged and ready for you in the event of a power outage is a wireless internet device that plugs into the home’s AC outlet.
The Wireless AC Converter is a small device that you can plug into your home’s power outlet and charge your phone or tablet with no extra cords, according to Wired.
The device is small enough to fit in your kitchen sink and also works in your car or truck.
The device uses your phone’s built-in wireless connection to charge the device when the device is in use, according a press release from the company.
The converter plugs into a wall outlet.
When the device isn’t in use it will automatically switch to a USB charging port that plugs in to the AC outlet, Wired.
The wireless AC converter can be used to charge smartphones and tablets.
Wireless AC converter works on both mobile and laptop computers.
com has an explanation on the device on its website.
The new wireless AC converters are designed to provide power to smartphones and tablet computers, Wired reported.
They can also be used for charging smartphones and other devices when plugged into a USB port.
It can be connected to a wall, but not a wall charger.
The company has released a free demo of the wireless AC conversion on its site.
The company also released a smartphone app for use with the device.
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