When Apple introduced the new MagSafe wireless high-speed charging system, based on a new distribution system for internal magnetic coils and a special cable, it did not even suspect that the technology could so quickly acquire various add-ons and similar features. So today the startup company Satechi, which also develops and produces various accessories of this kind, has presented its own version of such a wireless charger and an external cable Satechi USB-C Magnetic Wireless, which promises to be even more amazing and unusual for iPhone users.
Particularly because it has a significantly longer cable than a standard MagSafe charging system - a whopping 5 feet versus 3 - which can often make a really big difference, especially when it comes to having to operate the device with a cable while it is charging, and while the platform itself is at the level of the wall, for example.
This is not to say that absolutely all users in one way or another need to have access to the device while it is charging, but having such a longer cable is definitely an advantage. In addition, the developers from Satechi noted that at the heart of their new wireless charging system are conceptually new algorithms and approaches that allow the device to charge in a more stable way in terms of energy dispersion - in other words, the device charges in a safer way, although there is also a certain 7.5 Watt limit versus 12 Watt for Apple's original MagSafe pad.
Be that as it may, but now it is no longer necessary to talk about specific proposals and features associated with the implementation of third-party components in Satechi wireless charging - because in the future the company will probably want to release another configuration of this accessory, or a conceptually new variation. For now, it only remains to wait for the final release of this device on the market and the first user reviews, which could illustrate the strengths of the device.