With wireless charging now being integrated into some high-end smartphones, tech manufacturers have added wireless chargers to their product catalogs. Check out the best wireless chargers in Malaysia, most of which are “Qi-certified”, below.

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4 Things to Consider Before Buying a Wireless Charger

Today, wireless charging is one of the most sought-after features in high-end smartphones. If you have come across a wireless charger at some point, using the device may appear simple. However, buying one can be a bit challenging if you don’t know what exactly to look for. To help you out, here are the most essential specs to consider before buying a wireless charger.

Power

If you want to get a fast wireless charger, you’ll need one that has at least 10 watts of power, which translates to approximately 3 hours of charging your device to full capacity (this can vary depending on the device). It’s fine to buy a wireless charger that exceeds 10 watts, such as those with Qi (pronounced “chee”) technology, as it won’t affect the performance of your device in the long run. Qi technology, the most sought-after wireless charging technology, as it stands today, can deliver a maximum power of 15 watts through wireless induction.

Types

Wireless chargers in Malaysia come in two types: flat pad and stand. If you tend to knock things over, you’ll need a flat wireless charger over a stand-style one. Meanwhile, stand-style chargers are the most convenient ones as you can use your device while charging, unlike flat-style chargers that stop charging once you pick your smartphone off the pad. Ultimately, picking the type of wireless charger boils down to your preference, as well as where you want to place your wireless charger.

Brand

While it doesn’t matter what brand you choose, you’ll want to ensure that your safety won’t get compromised. When uncertain, it’s best to stick with reputable brands like Samsung, Anker, and Belkin.

Does your wireless charger work with your smartphone case?

One of the most commonly asked questions about wireless charging technology is: does it work with a case. The answer to this is simple – yes. As it currently stands, wireless charging works well with a case. But there’s one thing you should be wary of – thick smartphone cases. This is because most wireless chargers can’t make contact with devices with thick cases.

With this guide of what things to consider in a wireless charger, picking the right one should be easy now. Besides wireless chargers, check out these cables and phone batteries.

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