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    Default QI Wireless charging pads

    hey guys, does anyone use a QI wireless charging pad? any suggestions on which one to get?
    after I googled a little I found this on ubergizmo:
    QI Wireless charging pads-mugenizer-n11-1.jpg
    does anyone use it? I'm not sure how it works. it is said that it's a battery and at the same time it's a qi wireless charger.
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    I wonder if it charges via USB as well as wireless?
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    yeah, you can...but not sure how. If it's the powerbank that charges via USB, or it's the thing itself that is being charged via USB
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    looks nice, however for me it will cost a lot to order to Amazon...not in US.
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    I've read glowing reviews about the Goose White QI Charging Pad but I don't have any first hand experience with it. I'm thinking about picking one up with my next amazon order.
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    I've had this a couple of months now. Works great, unit charges via micro-USB (adapter not included) and can charge devices via Qi or output through USB port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy8000 View Post
    I've had this a couple of months now. Works great, unit charges via micro-USB (adapter not included) and can charge devices via Qi or output through USB port.
    I thought about getting this, but had a question:

    Can you use it as a plugged-in Qi Charger too, or will that ream out it's internal battery? Just curious if when you have it plugged in, after the powerbank is charged, it will bypass it to charge the phone directly from the wall, or does it continuously dischrge the powerbank to the phone, and recharge itself? I would think that would cause the battery to wear out quickly, and I don't want to be doing that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomNickname View Post
    I thought about getting this, but had a question:

    Can you use it as a plugged-in Qi Charger too, or will that ream out it's internal battery? Just curious if when you have it plugged in, after the powerbank is charged, it will bypass it to charge the phone directly from the wall, or does it continuously dischrge the powerbank to the phone, and recharge itself? I would think that would cause the battery to wear out quickly, and I don't want to be doing that.
    You can charge your phone wirelessly with it plugged in with no concern.

    Basically, if the LuguLake is connected to AC via the micro-USB, you can only charge a device wirelessly -- the USB output is disabled.
    If the micro-USB is disconnected, you can charge a device wirelessly or via the USB output. It will actually output power to both simultaneously (I tested it with my N5 and N7), though I suspect that might not be the wisest thing to do.
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    Default Re: QI Wireless charging pads

    I use a Tylt, and I love it. Expensive, but for my desk at work, it's ideal. Doesn't need a special orientation or anything, and the angle the phone sits at is great for reading.



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    Quote Originally Posted by esone1ll View Post
    I use a Tylt, and I love it. Expensive, but for my desk at work, it's ideal. Doesn't need a special orientation or anything, and the angle the phone sits at is great for reading.



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    Second this Qi Charger... Love it for my desk at work... Seems to charge super fast.. I use the older Nexus 4 charging orb at home... Also this one works pretty good with the Nexus 7 as well.. As far as pricey I can bet you whenever the actually put the Nexus 5 Qi charger up for sale it will be in the $60 - 70 range as well..... Make sure you order this directly from the MFG at the link as it's $30 cheaper than Amazon or other retailers....
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    no proprietary cords. only microUSB is acceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by esone1ll View Post
    I use a Tylt, and I love it. Expensive, but for my desk at work, it's ideal. Doesn't need a special orientation or anything, and the angle the phone sits at is great for reading.



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    While it's not my personal preference, those interested in the Tylt should check out T-mobile's (use promo code "ACCOFFER18" at checkout).
    $48.99 with free shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy8000 View Post
    While it's not my personal preference, those interested in the Tylt should check out T-mobile's (use promo code "ACCOFFER18" at checkout).
    $48.99 with free shipping.
    Wow thanks. Ordered one and promo works perfect. Better than the current TMo 25% off promotion. You'll never find this any cheaper. Thanks again.
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    Decided to give this one a shot.

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    I have 3 of the Nokia dt900 from att for $18 each. Pretty good, except it obviously takes a good while longer to charge compared to charging with USB. Tempted to buy the one from Google.
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    Default Re: QI Wireless charging pads

    I have two of the following:
    Amazon.com: PowerBotŪ PB1020 Qi Enabled Wireless Charger Inductive Charging Pad Station for All Qi Standard Compatible Devices Including Samsung, iPhone, Nokia, Google, Nexus, LG, HTC and Other Smartphones with Receivers (AC Adapter Excluded. 2 x Mic
    They were $14.99 when I bought them but they are creeping up in price.... work well with spigen thin on my nexus 5 and way less sensitive than the official google qi charger.

    They come in a bunch of color combinations and take a standard Micro usb. There are two cables but no actual charger included.
    Last edited by Templar; 11-27-2013 at 05:26 PM.

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