• - Introducing MagVOOC - Oppo Wireless Charging System with 40 and 20 Watt Chargers

    Introducing MagVOOC - Oppo Wireless Charging System with 40 and 20 Watt Chargers

    29 Days, -1 Hours ago

    Tags:  Charger  -    -  Quick-Charge  -  Wireless-Charger  -  Oppo

    After the Riley brand unveiled its first Wireless magnetic charging System called MagDart (including two 50- and 15-watt wireless Chargers with several peripherals) about three weeks ago in early August 2021, other BBK holding companies Electronics has also been quick to offer its own prototypes of the charging ecosystem. In this direction, Oppo is the first company after Riley, which recently, during the Smart China Expo 2021, unveiled a prototype of a fully Wireless charger set to the public. It also introduced a Charging System that can send power to a smartphone a few inches from the charger. <b>Introducing</b> <b>MagVOOC</b> - <b>Oppo</b> <b>Wireless</b> <b>Charging</b> <b>System</b> with 40 and 20 <b>Watt</b> Chargers

    Oppo Magnetic Charging System is called MagVOOC, which includes two chargers, one 40 Watt and one 20 Watt and a power bank and with The sample provided by Riley is different. Emphasizing the motto of this year's Smart China Expo, "Empowering the Economy and Coloring Life", the Chinese company unveiled its latest achievements in the field of Wireless Charging technology, and said that its main goal is to realize the "technology for people" approach. The MagVOOC 40-watt magnetic Charging cradle is Oppo's first dedicated wireless charging solution that can fully charge the 4,000mAh battery of phones like the Oppo Ace2 in 56 minutes. This product with Qi wireless Charging standard can be used for all types of mobile phones and headsets and in the form of various Charging methods; Just as a smartphone like the Find X3 can take advantage of the 30-watt power of this Charging cradle, it can also charge devices that do not support MagVOOC with the power of 15 watts. According to the manufacturer, this charger can meet the needs of the user in different daily scenarios without worrying about lack of charge. <b>Introducing</b> <b>MagVOOC</b> - <b>Oppo</b> <b>Wireless</b> <b>Charging</b> <b>System</b> with 40 and 20 <b>Watt</b> Chargers

    MagVOOC portable magnetic charger 20 Watt and ultra-narrow is another product that Oppo has introduced at this event. This charger, like the MagDart, has a creatively designed relay in which the power transmission coil and the main board are separated. This design style not only makes the transmitter base narrower and lighter, but also prevents the transfer of heat generated by the main board to the phone, thus reducing the effect of heat on the wireless Charging rate. This product also supports Qi standard up to 10 watts. <b>Introducing</b> <b>MagVOOC</b> - <b>Oppo</b> <b>Wireless</b> <b>Charging</b> <b>System</b> with 40 and 20 <b>Watt</b> <b>Chargers</b>

    MagVOOC Power Bank is Oppo's third product in the field of wireless Charging technology, which uses a built-in 4,500 mAh battery. In this product, the problem of alignment of the power bank with the phone has been solved by adding a few magnets. The MagVOOC Power Bank is also Qi compliant in terms of power, so it can be used to charge compatible devices such as smartwatches and fully Wireless headsets or TWS. It also supports smartphones with 20-watt Wireless Charging and 10-watt wired Charging (via USB port), and it takes about 2 hours to fully charge the battery via cable. <b>Introducing</b> <b>MagVOOC</b> - <b>Oppo</b> <b>Wireless</b> <b>Charging</b> <b>System</b> with 40 and 20 <b>Watt</b> Chargers

    Finally, another creative product that Oppo has introduced at this event It is called Oppo Air Charging, which can provide a maximum power of 7.5 watts to a smartphone at close range and at different angles. The remarkable thing about this Charging system is that it does not need to be mounted on the charger stand. To better understand this, imagine that your smartphone is next to a sample of these Chargers on your desktop and you can charge it while working with the phone without the need for cables and wires.

    </ p> <b>Introducing</b> <b>MagVOOC</b> - <b>Oppo</b> <b>Wireless</b> <b>Charging</b> <b>System</b> with 40 and 20 <b>Watt</b> Chargers

    Introducing MagVOOC Oppo products and devices supporting this technology yet Not specified. In addition, the price of this set has not yet been officially announced by the manufacturer.

    Labels: introducing, magvooc, oppo, wireless, charging, system, watt, chargers

Latest news from the Charger & & Quick-Charge & Wireless-Charger & Oppo