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    Default Powermat wireless charging ??

    Does anyone have one of these or know of anyone that does ? Im looking for some feedback on the product - looks like a KickAss product but I find it hard to believe it charges products without the product being plugged in

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    it uses inductive charging. you stick a plate on the back of an electronic (AKA your psp) and the place the electronic on the mat and it charges. i can't remember to well but inductive charging is a bit slower then wired chargig.

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    they charge most thing perfectly fine, it seems a bit strange but it'll soon be incredibly commonplace

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanycrsher View Post
    it uses inductive charging. you stick a plate on the back of an electronic (AKA your psp) and the place the electronic on the mat and it charges. i can't remember to well but inductive charging is a bit slower then wired chargig.
    Yeah, that.
    But you have to use there PowerMat cases for your electronics... witch sucks and no they don't have a PSP version.

    I believe you could use the Universal Powercube Peceiver in theory since it would connect to your PSP via the mini USB... but not worth it IMO.

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