The Qi wireless charging standard, developed by the Wireless Power Consortium, is the most popular standard for wireless power transfer. First released in 2008, it is mostly used with mobile devices, with some rare exceptions. Qi charging uses inductive charging technology, allowing charging over distances of up to 4 centimeters. The Wireless Power Consortium states that Qi charging is mainly designed for use on phones, with support for wireless charging for laptops and tablet computers coming soon.
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