Apple’s AirPower may be dead, but the AirZeus is a worthy wireless charging alternative

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Wireless charging would be great if it were like wireless networking, available anywhere in, say, a room. As it is, the device has to be in a specific spot to charge. That’s a step down from wired charging, where the device can be anywhere a (potentially long) cord can reach. If my plugged-in phone falls off the nightstand, it will keep charging; a wireless charger stops working. If I don’t hear the thunk, I’ll find out in the morning I’m screwed.

Instead of “wireless” they should call it “pointless”.

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