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TouchStone vs Qi
A wider adoption of wireless charging means we all win.
I'm not familiar with the Qi circuitry. Did...
however, someone will prolly say that every time you charge wirelessly it destroys eleventyfive miles of rain forest or somthing.
1. Let's not forget that for all of our lives that most phones have utilized proprietary chargers requiring a new purc...