Xiaomi has announced Mi Air Charge technology capable of charging compatible electronic devices without needing connecting cables or physical contact to a charging device.
The Mi Air Charge starts charging a smartphone, tablet, and other gadgets equipped with the Air charging capability as soon as they enter its range. Charging waves travel through the air within a specific area so a person carrying a phone will have their mobile start charging automatically, provided their handset comes equipped with wireless charging support.
Xiaomi Mi Air Wireless Charge 2021:
We have seen various iterations of this technology at CES over the years. And finally, it is here in all its glory – thanks to Xiaomi.
The true wireless charging can deliver up to 5W of electric juice at any given time.
The charting speed is not as fast as one would expect, but considering it is the first edition we can expect rapid improvements in each successive revision of the product.
That said, having the ability to auto-charge your device when entering an area powered by Xiaomi Mi Air Charge is more than enough to lessen reliance on chargers that require physical contact of an electronic device with the charging node.
This is the first real-world illustration of a truly wireless charging experience. Previously, despite claims to the contrary, wireless charging fell short of its ideal standard in the true sense of the word.
Instead of placing your wireless earbuds or phone onto a wired charger, the Mi Air sends electronic current invisibility to devices within its field. Most wireless chargers currently available have cables but Mi Air charges devices as long as they are within the vicinity of the base charging station.
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Mi Air Launch Trailer:
The underlying mechanism is composed of about 144 antennas that relay millimeter-wide waves directly to a phone, according to the company.
The core technology of Xiaomi’s remote charging lies in space positioning and energy transmission. Xiaomi’s self-developed isolated charging pile has five phase interference antennas built-in, which can accurately detect the location of the smartphone. A phase control array composed of 144 antennas transmits millimeter-wide waves directly to the phone through beamforming.
More importantly, the charging remains stable even when putting obstacles in the way of the connection, something that is sure to enhance its usefulness in real-world scenarios.
Xiaomi has not set a shipping date yet. Neither is there any information with regards to what the setup will cost? But for now, the Chinese electronic company has stated that it is planning to bring the same Air Charge tech to smartwatches as well, which is excellent news for users of popular Xiaomi Amafit watches across the globe.