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La ricarica wireless è bella e pratica sul tavolino FurniQi (foto)

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Dopo i mobili IKEA che integrano la ricarica wireless arriva anche la soluzione di Fonesalesman. La gamma FurniQi dell’azienda promette infatti di unire la praticità della ricarica senza fili con design ed estetica, in una gamma di mobili.

Il primo (e al momento unico) componente della serie è un tavolino rotondo e poggiato su quattro gambe, realizzato totalmente in Bamboo Mao Zhu. Sufficientemente neutro e minimale da poter essere posizionato in qualsiasi stanza, il piccolo tavolo cela sotto il legno il sistema per la ricarica wireless basato su standard Qi.

Questo tavolino non è ancora stato messo in vendita, ma entro ottobre sarà lanciata una campagna su Indiegogo che permetterà di accaparrasi questo pezzo di arredamento tecnologico, con l’ormai consolidata modalità di crowdfunding. Nell’attesa potete rimanere informati su FurniQi, iscrivendovi alla newsletter sul sito ufficiale.

Fonesalesman empowering homes with wireless charging FurniQi range

FurniQi side table is the first in the range of furniture from leading innovators in wireless technology

Fonesalesman, the experts in wireless charging solutions, have today announced an all-new range of products designed to combine stylish furniture and wireless power.

The first product to be released in the FurniQi range, the side table, features wireless charging technology seamlessly integrated into its smart and minimalistic design, which blends into any home or office environment naturally.

Built using hand-harvested Mao Zhu Bamboo, material which is beautiful, resilient and pleasant to the touch, the table is easy to assemble and compliments any decor.

Bavan Palasanthiran, Founder of Fonesalesman, comments, “Marking our entry into the world of furniture, we have put a lot of thought into the table’s design and usability. The FurniQi side table is incredibly easy to assemble taking a mere 60 seconds from opening up the box to having a complete table ready to charge your device. This table brings wireless power naturally to your home, making charging your smartphone more convenient than ever.”

The table’s minimalist and simple design means that it can blend in with ease as a bedside, lounge or hallway table, or used to add some style to the office.

“Stylish and practical furniture has never been so useful”, comments Palasanthiran. “Something that has so effortlessly complimented your daily environment is now also paving a way towards a truly wireless future.”

It was announced that all of the FurniQi range, including the side table, will be infused with Qi technology, an interface standard for wireless charging developed by the Wireless Power Consortium. It is supported by countless phone manufacturers including Samsung, LG, Sony, Microsoft and many more.

Wireless charging is a smart and convenient way to power your device. The technology enables users to quickly and easily drop their phone to charge, then simply pick it up and go. This effortless efficiency helps us to move one step further into a world free of wires.

With latest Samsung flagships, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, many current and upcoming Google Nexus and Microsoft Lumia devices supporting wireless charging out of the box, c​onsumer awareness of this technology has doubled in the last 12 months. Now is the time that people want to know more about how easy it is to use and what they need to start charging their phone wirelessly at home and on the move.

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  • Jack O’Malley

    Anch’io “FurnicQi” ‘na volta, poi quando il mal di testa, quando una scusa quando un’altra… :-/

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  • Simone Leoni

    già che aveva un Mac non poteva prendersi un IPhone? eh.. no… già…