New Tesla Wireless Charging Platform: Three devices can be simultaneously charged at RM1328 with simultaneous Qi charging

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New Tesla Wireless Charging Platform: Three devices can be simultaneously charged at RM1328 with simultaneous Qi charging
New Tesla Wireless Charging Platform: Three devices can be simultaneously charged at RM1328 with simultaneous Qi charging

It has been announced today that Tesla has launched the Tesla Wireless Charging Platform, which has the ability to charge up to three wireless devices at the same time. With FreePower technology, users can place the mat anywhere on the mat to charge their devices wirelessly, just like Apple AirPower, which has been discontinued by Apple. 

As shown on the product page on Tesla’s official website, the Wireless Charging Platform includes 30 Qi Coils, which are capable of charging three devices simultaneously, each receiving 15W of power, and this is according to the product page on Tesla’s official website. There are other things included with the product, such as a USB-C cable, a magnetic detachable stand, a 65W USB-C power adapter and a USB-C cable integrated with a wireless charger. 

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Tesla further elaborated that the design of the Wireless Charging Platform was inspired by the angular design and metallic styling of Cybertruck as well as its angular design. This product has an aluminium housing and a premium Alcantara surface which give it a very high level of build quality. 

In addition, the charger itself is equipped with a detachable magnetic stand, which can be used to lay it flat or at an angle for a better viewing experience. The Wireless Charging Platform will be available in the US from February 2023 at a price of USD300 or RM1328 in Malaysia. Tesla has yet to reveal whether the product will be available outside of the United States as of the time of writing. 

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