PowerSquare’s Tango Wireless Charger Uses Breakthrough Adaptive Position-Free Technology to Change the Way that Americans Charge Their Smartphones
Bangalore, India, August 18, 2015 – PowerSquare, Inc., a fast-growing startup in the wireless power industry, today announced U.S. launch of Tango, its flagship wireless charger using patent-pending Adaptive Position-Free (APF) system that simultaneously refuels multiple Qi-compatible devices*.
“We are thrilled to introduce the world to Tango,” said Pavan Pudipeddi, CEO, PowerSquare. “Our mission is to offer hassle-free, convenient and cost-effective wireless charging to consumers. After years of research and development, the market is now ready for Tango to elevate their digital experiences.”
PowerSquare’s Tango bridges the fundamental gaps in wireless charging by being the first in the market to allow for free positioning and charging multiple devices at a time. Key features include:
- A large charging area eliminating the need to properly align the phone on the pad
- Optimized design to charge two devices simultaneously
- Compatibility with all Qi compliant devices, extending the enhanced user experience to all early adopters of wireless charging technology
The APF system uses an array of transmitter coils optimized to provide the best combination of user experience and implementation costs. Other companies demonstrating solutions that provide similar functionality are either cost prohibitive, thereby limiting them to a proof-of-concept mode, or they require changes in smartphone technology. The APF system is scalable to support multiple devices charging simultaneously and will be extended to support multiple protocols/standards in the future.
Tango is available for pre-orders on their website for a promotional price of $79.99 with the first batch shipping in early September 2015. For more information on PowerSquare, please visit www.powersquare.com. To learn more about Adaptive Position-Free technology by PowerSquare, please visit this video link.
*for certain phones, accessories are required to enable its wireless charging capabilities
PowerSquare’s team of industry veterans works side-by-side with major OEMs serving the wireless marketplace. A member of the Wireless Power Consortium, PowerSquare delivers innovations around existing standards, offers strategy consulting and design customization to educate developers as they integrate wireless power capabilities into their products. PowerSquare most recently launched its Qi Wireless Charging Pad using adaptive position-free (APF) technology and allowing multiple devices to charge at once. Since it was founded in 2012, PowerSquare has grown to include offices in India, Hong Kong, and the U.S. PowerSquare is currently run by Pavan Pudipeddi, a wireless power industry veteran.