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Tech Tuesday: Wireless phone charging

Posted at 8:12 PM, Oct 13, 2015

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. --  The next generation of wireless charging is here, changing the way people power up and data sync their smartphones.

This week, Casey Cochran from Genius Phone Repair demonstrates a new system that works at home, on the go, even in your car.   It's called PowerGo-Go,  and it uses a well designed, durable magnetic iPhone case to adhere to a collection of base chargers or power bank external batteries.

The system boasts 50% more charging efficiency than competing wireless charging technology and keeps your battery monitor in the green by just setting down your iPhone.

The company is currently offering several different bundles of wireless charging equipment on the indiegogo crowdfunding website, with deliveries scheduled to begin next month, just in time for holiday shoppers.