Should you find yourself in the market for an invisible wireless charger at this point in time, you should give yourself a proverbial pat on the back for your foresight, seriously.
Seeing how most if not all state-of-the-art smartphones and tablets incorporate Qi-charging technologies nowadays, having a discreet yet effective wireless charger at the ready is a very good idea.
Although this isn’t exactly a new technology by any stretch of the imagination, it is still not fully understood; at least not as well as other, more established charging technologies. Even so, the potential that some wireless chargers have is absolutely tremendous. We say this in regard to both their charging power and convenience.
Out of sight, out of mind
Despite not being literally invisible, these chargers take up such little space on your desktop that they might as well not be there at all. If the desk allows it, you can even embed them into the actual desktop provided that you designate a specific place for the charging pad. Then again, you can do this with a first-generation wireless charger and its charging platform.
Unlike those bulky first gens, however, modern wireless chargers stand out through their inconspicuous design, one that allows them to blend into any desk setup. In many ways, an invisible wireless charger provides a practical solution to a very familiar problem without interfering with your desktop setup and without causing any extra clutter.
Having said that, the seamless integration of a high-end wireless charger into your office setup depends largely on the size and shape of the charger itself. In that regard, you have plenty of options to choose from, including dedicated chargers equipped with pads, embedded Qi chargers, and DIY options that include nothing but the Qi charger coil.
You can install this coil into any desk or table provided that you possess the skills to actually craft such a contraption. Because of how ingenious a project like this can be, it’s unlikely that anyone other than you will even know that there is a wireless charger nearby. In a sense, a DIY setup is the closest you can ever get to a truly ‘invisible’ wireless charging option.
All things considered
Seeing how significantly potent newer wireless chargers have become compared to their earlier counterparts, the investment is well worth the cost as long as you value function over form. In fact, the main goal of an invisible wireless charger is to perform its duties without standing out in the slightest, which isn’t something that first-generation Qi chargers could be expected to do.
Given the fact that the number of Qi-enabled devices is continuously increasing, you can expect the technology to be ever-present in newer devices going forward. This means that even a substantial change to your desktop can be worth the investment long-term provided that you figure out what charger to use for the job.
All in all, a single charging station should be capable of accommodating multiple devices throughout the day, without the hassle of having to constantly switch cables and adapters.
Due to how powerful the output of these chargers can get in newer models, you can rest assured that your concealed charging station will handle virtually any Qi-enabled device you connect it to.