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November 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Fonesalesman says that with the successful launch of the Indiegogo crowdfunding project for the iQi Mobile Wireless Charging For iPhone "Early Bird" perks are, pardon the pun, flown off the shelves. It's safe to say, support for the Innovative Qi Wireless Charging Receiver is encouraging.
By simply providing what is so necessary in the marketplace a
London, UK based company by the name of Fonesalesman is enjoying the successful launch of an Indiegogo crowdfunding project for their iQi Mobile wireless receiver for the iPhone. The product is a credit card sized Qi compatible wireless charging receiver that when paired with a charging pad produces power for the iPhone 5, 5C, 5S or iPod Touch (5G) wirelessly. The incredibly thin iQi Mobile fits between the iPhone and any soft case with the most minimalistic approach found anywhere currently on the market. To that end, crowdfunders clamored to support bringing the streamlined product to the technology space and the Early Bird perk of a
$20 investment for one iQi Mobile and
$50 iQi Mobile bundle has sold out.
Compatible with the iPhone 5, 5S, 5C and the iPod Touch (5G) quite astonishingly, not more than a few millimeters are added to the device's dimensions when the iQi Mobile wireless receiver is in place. Fully usable with other Qi charging pads Fonesalesman also offers the Koolpuck to round out the wireless charging system. One need only place the smartphone on the charging pad once the iQi Mobile is inserted and the phone will begin charging. Bavan Palasanthiran, Founder of Fonesalesman and Designer of iQi Mobile said of the product's availability, "We're happy to make the iQi Mobile available to journalists and bloggers who want to get their hands on this exceptional product. A test preview will only solidify the usefulness of what we think is going to help consumers considerably with their charging needs."