Powercast, of Ligonier, Pa., had an exhibit tucked away in a Philips exhibit hall of its technology, which can beam electrical power to devices three feet away. To recharge over the air, a device needs a tiny circuit board, about the size of a pinky toenail, that should only cost a few dollars.
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Wednesday, January 17, 2007
At the recent CES show, one of the most exciting new technologies was wireless power.
Posted by GuruOfReason at 11:34 PM