Kodak has launched magnetic wireless chargers in India that are compatible with Apple iPhone 12 and Apple iPhone 13 series. While one is for in-car use, the other is for preparing an iPhone 12 or iPhone 13 series device at home or in the office. Both chargers offer maximum charging power of 15W. Kodak has announced a licensing agreement with Bangalore-based Georgian Enterprises to sell these consumer electronics in the Indian market. The US-based photography company also said it will release more exciting products in the future.
Kodak Wireless Magnetic Chargers price, availability
According to the company, the Kodak Wireless Magnetic Car Charger (15W) and House (15W) is available for a starting price of Rs. 2,499 on Amazon. According to Kodak, the charger will also be available soon on Flipkart.
Features of Kodak Wireless Magnetic Chargers
The Kodak Wireless Magnetic Car Charger (WCM101C) mounts to a standard car AC vent with an easy-to-remove vent hook and locking ring. It has a square body with neodymium magnets around its edges. According to the company, the charger keeps the iPhone safe from scratches and prevents it from slipping while the user is driving. It features a 360 degree swivel ball mount, allowing users to place the phone in any orientation.
The Kodak Wireless Magnetic Car Charger is equipped with a smart charging chip and offers a maximum power of 15W. It is certified with high protection features such as over voltage, over current, over temperature and overload, says Kodak.
Meanwhile, the Kodak Wireless Magnetic Home or Office Charger (WCM201) also offers a high-speed 15W desktop charger with stand. It comes with the similar neodymium magnets for a secure attachment like the car charger, however it has a compact stand that allows users to position the phone in an upright position.
Kodak Wireless Magnetic Car & Home Chargers are compatible with Apple iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 mini. Kodak is offering an integrated cable, and a compatible USB car or wall charger with up to 20W of power is required for the chargers to work.
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