Energizer has revealed it's hard at work on "efficient, intelligent wireless power solutions" that can charge portable devices without traditional power cords.
Working with Fulton Innovation and using eCoupled wireless charging, Energizer says it wants to address consumers' needs for portability and power - when and wherever they need it.
The Fulton/eCoupled/Energizer project is a "rechargable lighting solution" for in-vehicle use - so presumably a torch, but Energizer has more up its sleeve when it comes to wireless charging.
The battery company has announced it will showcase some of the tech at January's CES show, with inductive technology featuring in a "charging console that powers devices without the restraints of traditional power connectivity".
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