WildCharge Brings Wireless Charging to iPhone, 'iTouch'

WildCharge Brings Wireless Charging to iPhone, 'iTouch'

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Taryn Williford
Jun 23, 2009

We are already on the WildCharge bandwagon. What's not to love about a small, compact charging station that powers all your gizmos wirelessly when they're wrapped in compatible—but not obtrusive—skins? Well for the obviously aesthetically conscious iPhone and iPod Touch owners, the problem was that they couldn't ever use one. Until now...

The WildCharger Pad is just a small square pad that plugs into a normal power outlet. When you rest a compatiablly-WireCharge-skinned gadget on top, your gizmo gets automagically refueled. No wires, no plugs, no mess. All you've got to do is what you do every day: Drop your stuff by the door.

The skins are available for MP3 players, cell phones and other mobile devices, but until now, Apple fans were left in out the wirey, tangled cold.

But WildCharge announced that an iPod Touch Skin is available now for $34.99 and the iPhone one will be released July 7th at the same price. Or pick up the charge pad and a skin together for $79.99.

Via Ubergizmo

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