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Tech Gadgets That Need A e Wireless Upgrad

The iPhone 7 was launched with quite an impressive array of modifications.  It now has stereo speakers that considerably amp up the sound quality, a storage capacity that increased the range from minimum (16 gig- 32 gig) and maximum ( 128 gig- 256 gig), camera upgrades and increased water resistance. However, nothing created a bigger buzz than the announcement that the smartphone would no longer require a headphone jack.  To listen to music, you will have to connect to AirPods. AiPods are wireless devices that have been said to be the replacement for conventional hedsets.

Then there are the wireless charging cases. The cases are equipped with a Qi charging coil and all you have to do is put on the case and insert it into a wireless charging pad.   With that in mind, let us explore tech gadgets that need a wireless upgrade. This upgrade has already been adapted for mobile devices so, it is only a matter of time before the much bigger devices: laptops and PCs get their own upgrades.

According to industry news, something of this nature might already be in the works.

This idea was first toyed with through the development of USB-C charging. However, this test kept hitting brick walls and the word that was resounding through all the arguments was: incompatibility.
An American tech company, WiTricity released demo videos of laptops that were being charged through the use of newly developed wireless technology. The company explaimed that they used magnetic resonance technology that afforded them the ability to expend more power through the use of magnetic fields.

The company's adoption of magnetic fields makes the wireless charging technology a good fit for charging computers since they require a larger amount of power than mobile devices. . The laptops used in the demo videos were able to charge on the charging pads at a rate that was around 30 watts. In contrast with the charging surfaces used by smartphones, WiTricity said that the inductive charging technology they developed can be compatible with larger surfaces and they claimed that there was no limit to how big these charging surfaces could be.

By using the technology developed by WiTricity, Dell introduced the Dell Latitude 7285. The laptop charges through an attachable keyboard that is placed on a charging mat. The computer works by conecrimg the keyboard with the wireless charging pad and this has a battery life of over four

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To put things simpler, Wireless N is the next generation wireless networking standards that are utilized by WiFi routers. It's basically the technology that picks up wireless signals from WiFi routers. However, Wireless N is just much faster in terms of transfer speed.

On the other hand, the MIMO technology stands for Multiple Input, Multiple outputs. It is basically an antenna that allows the device to be a transmitter and the receiver of the data transmitted wirelessly. This technology made it possible for the My Passport Wireless to become not just a wireless storage device, but also a Wi-Fi Hub.

My Passport Wireless is a next step in the evolution of the external hard drives that we use today. From the name itself, it can sync, transfer, and have your computer read files from it with no strings attached - literally. This state of the art external hard drives utilizes the latest wireless technological mediums which are called the Wireless N and MIMO technology.

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