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Hands-On with Wireless Charging Phones for Verizon

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Top message:  I look forward-- by muchdrama   Mar 24, 2011, 2:36 PM

Replying to:  Re: Am I the only one? by freekazoid88   Mar 25, 2011, 9:16 AM

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by Xyroze    Mar 25, 2011, 12:21 PM

Was that supposed to be an insult? No, honestly, I can not understand what the hell you are trying to say to me. Either you don't actually speak English, or you are 12 years old. Regardless, neither of those things would be excuses for your hostility and inability to actually express a thought.

The few words of your comment I was able to interpret as points against my argument:

-Coffee shop tables will be charging mats someday.

-Charging mats will someday be the same size as your phone's back cover, so it will take up as much space as your phone does, while your phone isn't there.

Well, I don't have a problem with my battery dying, I pretty much exclusively charge my Evo at night while I sleep and almost never need to charge it during the day unless I have been playing games on it for hours straight. Even if the mat is only as big as the phone, it is still an ugly waste of space until it is being used, which is exclusively while I sleep.

I can't think of a single scenario where I would ever be thankful for a business's table also doubling as an inductive charger, and this is going off the assumption it is fully functional with no negative drawbacks.

I already have a car charger, a solar charger, a crank charger, and a couple backup batteries all of which I never use. I can plug my phone into literally almost any power supply to charge it. So why exactly do I need a restaurant table to charge my phone for me? What would make more sense, is if they just put USB ports on the tables, would cost a tiny fraction of the amount that converting every table into some ridiculous novelty.

Before you insult someone, I strongly suggest you learn to use a spell check first. No body will take you seriously if it looks like you typed something with your elbows, then had a 5 year old proof read it for you.

Oh and "be on better"? ...You have seriously lost me here. I have no idea what you are trying to convey...

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