30 Apr '14, 1am

Anker Ultra-Slim Qi-Enabled Wireless Charging Pad

Anker Ultra-Slim Qi-Enabled Wireless Charging Pad

I decided to give Qi Wireless Charging a try and hence I bought the Anker Ultra-Slim Qi-Enabled Wireless Charging Pad from Amazon for USD$25.99 (SGD$33). Since the product is sold by Anker directly instead of Amazon, I have to pay an additional USD$5.22 (SGD$7) for shipping to HopShopGo (freight forwarder) because it doesn’t ship directly to Singapore. In total, I paid USD$31.21 (SGD$40) excluding shipping to Singapore. Shipping it from HopShopGo together with my Anker 40W 5V / 8A 5-Port Wall Charger is an additional USD$16.88 (SGD$21.30). The Anker Ultra-Slim Qi-Enabled Wireless Charging Pad is indeed light and slim, measuring only 88 x 88 x 6 (mm) and weighing only 52g. The only device I have now which supports Qi Wireless Charging is my Nexus 7 (2013) . I hoping to get the successors of Nexus 5 and Nokia Lumia 1520 later on this year. I am pretty sure they will support ...

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