IKEA’s new wireless charging pad is now available, and you’re going to love it. We have the initial photographs, as well as the reason why you should choose this charger as well.
Working from home has become commonplace for most people. All day, you’ll be seated in front of your computer with your smartphone at your side. Do you agree that having your smartphone charged without having to deal with all of those irritating cables would be convenient? Yes, without a doubt! And IKEA had the same idea, and they’ve come up with a new gizmo to prove it.
IKEA has introduced a new wireless charging pad.
The ‘Sjömärke’ has just been demonstrated by the company. According to The Verge, this is a $40 wireless charging pad that is designed to work with practically any type of desk or table. The device’s simplicity is its greatest strength. This is something for which IKEA is well-known. You don’t put Sjömärke on your desk; it’s a Wireless Qi charging pad that works with your smartphone. No, you can easily place it beneath the surface.
Double-sided tape (supplied) or 18mm x 6mm screws are used to secure the device in place (not included). Some specifications must be met by your computer’s desktop. It must be made of non-magnetic materials such as wood or plastic that does not interfere with the magnetic field. According to the specification, it must have a minimum thickness of 8 mm (5/16 inch) and a maximum thickness of 22.2 mm (7/8 inch). inch).
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After you’ve installed the pad, connect it to your table’s charging port using the accompanying 6-foot power cord and label the charging point with the “X”-shaped sticker that came with it. This is due to the fact that you must position your phone perfectly on it. When using Qi 1.2.4 charging, it should be able to give approximately 5 watts, which is adequate but not super-fast charging. In addition, according to IKEA, it includes temperature and power monitoring to ensure that it does not overheat – a crucial feature given that it is positioned against wooden surfaces.
In many regions, the smartphone will be available for purchase starting in October. Hopefully, this will include participation by the Netherlands. Take a look at the photographs below!