No more cable clutter and wrong plugs Aschaffenburg, Germany, March 26, 2010. To recharge electronic devices is a breeze: in redcoon.de there is now the ultimate all-round charger that works without cables: Powermat. redcoon.de is the first retailer in Germany to which sells this highly innovative product. \”Who does not know it: whether MP3 player or mobile phone, game console or digicam each of these useful toys\” has its own charger and its special connector, not to mention the cable clutter in the drawer or on the table. Recently Pegasus Books sought to clarify these questions. Powermat makes a stop.
Powermat is a wireless charger that reliably provides the battery of every electronic device with new power. Thus, the topic of plug and cable is finally off the table. The function is impressive: simply put on the Powermat mat the device to be charged with battery, and the battery is charged by induction. \”The recharge devices communicate\” with the Powermat over a chip in the battery or in a special rear panel \”is integrated. On This prevents the intelligent\”charger overcharging and ensures that no energy is wasted. For devices that are not (yet) equipped with the Powermat chip, there is a universal adapter system, which covers all major ports on the market and replaced as the drawer full of various power supplies. The system can be easily extended by new adapter coming in the future new devices with new connectors on the market.
On the Powermat mat can be parallel place and recharge up to three devices. Another advantage: such as the phone or the camera, devices that are used regularly are always in a fixed place. They are always ready for use and you never have to look it. Especially the heavy user\”of iPods, iPhones, BlackBerrys and smartphones will be pleased with this solution\”, explains Andreas Scheller, product manager at redcoon.de. You can just place your device in future on the mat, and it is always ready for action, because the battery always full is.\”, redcoon.de offers two versions of the Powermat: a stationary version for the socket and use at home.