Here is a nifty and functional wireless charging case for the iPhone
The E-Fusion is not your typical inductive charging phone case though. Yes, it uses a magnet to keep your device (in this E-Fusion case) mounted, and that is also how it takes a charge, but it does not use and inductive coil to simply (and slowly) charge the battery.
Instead, the E-Fusion case is plugged into the phone, so you can also connect a dock to your computer and have data connectivity to synchronize photos or whatever. For those that are wondering, “what about my phone?” The designers of E-Fusion have a hardware developer’s kit available so that case manufacturers can build cases for other devices and that way, you can keep using the same dock.
The promo video shows a product ready to go. What do they need? Well, iPhone (4/4S/5) owners of course. The product is ready to ramp up with enough support through Indiegogo. Early birds can get in for $45 which includes shipping in the US. They will ship internationally too. Check out the photos and video and if you are interested, click on the source link below.
source: E-Fusion (Indiegogo)
E-Fusion: The Best Wireless Charger for iPhone
3. pwnarena (Posts: 834; Member since: 15 Feb 2013)
they should also make one for android devices
4. Katrina (Posts: 65; Member since: 17 Aug 2012)
how is this wireless when its still connected to a dock thing like? lol
5. PotDragon (banned) (Posts: 214; Member since: 22 Jul 2011)
On this supposed phone site, we have articles titled "THE" iPhone....as if there is such a thing. When I hear mindless newscasters refer to as such, on PA it is unexectable.
We are to believe it fits the 5 & the 4s....or do they have two versions of this butt ugly case?
There are already Android, wp8, and freaking webOS handsets with wireless charging BUILT IN....why would they need a horrific ridiculous case? Target audience needs to be brainless enough to have a 3g device while paying LTE data rates but thinking they have "THE" phone.
6. Maxwell.R (Posts: 166; Member since: 20 Sep 2012)
If this were a case for the HTC One, the title would have reflected "...for the HTC One" or "...the Nexus 4" or for "...the Lumia xxx"...
This designer chose his horse in designing this product. iOS is half the US market and a respectable 2nd behind Android around the world.
If you had bothered to read the article, you would notice that there is a hardware developer kit available for enterprising individuals or companies to build similar cases for Android or Windows Phone devices - so have at it. When your design is ready for crowdsourcing, drop us a tip and if it looks good, we will cover it.