For years now, one of the things that I have found most intriguing at CES was the demonstrations of wireless power. This has the potential to change more in the tech world than anything else does. If you could just place a TV in a room or on a wall without needing a plug or put your phone on your pocket to charge it the world would be a much better place for geeks.
At CES 202 Fulton Innovation will be on hand showing demonstrations of wirelesspower tech yet again. This company has been at several CES shows and it bothers me that the tech is still only in the demo stage. It seems like it should be ready for roll out at this time.
The demo will include wireless charging of device through new surfaces. The company will also show off printed electronics on flexible materials and automotive applications for wireless power. In the interim of true wireless power, being able to place your phone on a spot on your desk to charge is very appealing to me.
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