Mini Magnetic Portable Charger

A simple charger equivalent to an AC/DC wall adapter. It applies 300 mA to the battery at all times, which will damage the battery if left connected too long.

Always fumbling for the charger cable to plug your phone in before hitting the sack? Well, the Gecko Indiegogo campaign is trying to make charging more convenient with its special magnetic system. Not to be mistaken for a wireless charger, the Gecko is a magnetic charging connector that plugs into the Micro USB or Lightning port of your smartphone. It magnetically connects with the adapter or dongle, which is plugged into the charging cable’s tip or a power bank, charging the phone “wirelessly.”

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It’s not really wireless, but the Gecko does eliminate the hassle of plugging the cable into the device. Is it a groundbreaking product? No, but it’s an option for those with phones that do not offer wireless charging or even reversible connectors like the Lightning charger or USB Type-C cables, which certainly makes charging a little more convenient. After all, that’s what the Gecko really is all about convenience.

You need to keep the short Gecko connector, which flips to the back of your device, plugged in. The adapter plugs into the connector tips whether it’s a Micro USB or Lightning charger and all you need to do is put your device near the cable now magnetic tip and it should snap into place with your device and begin charging.

Meanwhile, the dongle has the same magnetic tip, but it has a Micro USB connector on the other end, so that you can plug it into a power bank and then connect the tips, as you would with the adapter.

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Wireless charging has seen a slow adoption process over the years, and many devices like the iPhone 6S and Nexus 6P don’t have the option. Part of the reason why is that fast-charging improvements and reversible connectors have progressed significantly in recent years, while wireless charging continues to lag behind. Even so, people are looking for more convenient ways to use their devices, and eliminating the need to physically grab the charging cable and plug it into a phone is a small and affordable way to make charging a little less of a hassle. it avilable www.banggood.com

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