Nokia #Switch Content: Slow learners – Nokia Lumias charge wirelessly #SwitchComics

| December 3, 2012 | 3 Replies

Flo from Wunderman emailed us the latest of the #SwitchComics, this time talking about the wireless/conduction charger.

It may seem like unnecessary laziness, but then again, so it a lot of the things we use just for utter, blissful convenience.

Whether on my TouchPad or now on my Nokia Lumia 920, it’s just so utterly convenient to just take the phone out and rest it on the charging pad. I don’t even have to remove the case. No picking up the charging plug which may have worn down slightly so it has to be positioned in such a way so the phone actually charges. No accidentally pulling the phone and forgetting it’s connected to the table. Sometimes I just like the fact that I’ve placed my phone on the bedside table at night, and next morning it has charged because it was resting on the Fatboy pillow. Whilst I get some sleep on my bed and recharge, so does my phone! Sometimes I’ve come home so tired I’ve not bothered to plug in the phone. It’s all very small things, but many very small things combine into a really great user experience. You can always still charge by cable, so it’s nice the option is there.

Here’s an unboxing and pics of my Nokia Lumia 920 in yellow with the yellow and blue charging pad (and pillow)

http://mynokiablog.com/2012/11/28/accessories-nokia-wireless-charging-plate-and-charging-pillow-by-fatboy-unboxing-yellow-and-blue/

Category: Applications, Lumia, Nokia

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  1. SmoledMan says:

    It’s not revolutionary enough for Apple.

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