We've already seen wireless power transfer for charging gadgets from WildCharge and now we can add a slightly bigger name to the mix through a new device from Duracell.
The Procter & Gamble-owned battery giant has apparently licensed the WildCharge pad and stuck its own logo on the corner, presumably in the hope that such a trusted name will drive sales of the new-ish technology.
Under the new myGrid name, Duracell says the charger will be available in October at an undisclosed price and that it will come with a choice of connectors for hooking up an iPhone as well as Nokia, Motorola and BlackBerry handsets.
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While the Duracell badge will clearly help spread the wireless power gospel, we still can't help ponder the fact that most folk are going to be connecting their smartphones to a PC through a powered-up USB cable for syncing data anyway.