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How a dual wireless charging pad can add convenience to any room in your home

By Trent

In its initial years, wireless charging was considered a niche technology for enthusiasts and power users. But with the development of the Qi standard, adoption of wireless charging has become standard in many flagship and mid-range smartphones, as well as other personal electronic devices such as true wireless earbuds and fitness trackers. With more and more devices now supporting Qi wireless charging, there's a good chance that a single wireless charging pad in a home is no longer enough. Making the upgrade to a dual wireless charging pad can bring added charging convenience to several rooms throughout your house and ensure you are always charged up and ready for the day or night ahead. Of course, wireless charging can be useful in practically any room of your house, but these are our top recommendations to help you maximize convenience.

Bedroom

Most people will usually charge their phones overnight, often by their bed while they sleep. Replacing traditional cables with a wireless charger not only clears up cable clutter on a bedside table or nightstand, but also makes it easier to grab your phone in the middle of the night should you get an urgent call or need to check up on something. But if you have additional devices which you usually charge overnight, a dual wireless charging pad will double the simplicity of just placing your gear down at the end of the day in the knowledge that you'll be ready to go with a full charge come morning. Have two people sharing a room? A dual pad can charge both peoples' phones simultaneously overnight.

Living Room

The living room is the activity center of most households, where entertainment, dining, and other family activities often happen, and where there will therefore likely be more than one smartphone which needs charging at any one time. By placing a dual wireless charging pad on the coffee table or a nearby shelf, family or household members are able to simply place their phones or other devices down for a quick top-up while they watch TV or eat dinner, while still being able to pick them up to answer a call, respond to a message, or take a photo as normal.

Kitchen

There's no doubt that mornings and evenings in a busy household can be hectic, so the ability to top up while eating or preparing a meal can be a life-saver. Arriving home at the end of the day with a near-empty phone battery and totally flat AirPods can be frustrating, but placing them down to charge while you prepare dinner will give you enough juice for an episode of your favorite Netflix series over dinner or a video call on the couch after eating. Likewise, if you awake to find that you've forgotten to charge something overnight, a quick spell during breakfast can be enough to get you through the commute without seeing the dreaded red battery indicator and ensuing power-down.

Hallway

Many of us have the habit of placing the contents of our pockets or bag down on a table or sideboard as soon as we walk into the house, and picking those same things back up again when we head out. Often these items won't make it any further into the house for the necessary regular charging they need to stay topped up, and if they do, there's a good chance you'll forget to take them with you when you leave the house. Adding wireless charging to your home's lobby or entryway means that your phone and earbuds can simultaneously charge up while you're at home and be ready when you head out again.

The benefits of wireless charging to your home are limited only by your imagination, with the use of multiple chargers and dual wireless pads allowing more people and more devices experience the ultimate in wire-free convenience. Moshi's upcoming Sette Q dual 15 W wireless charging pad can not only simultaneously fast-charge two devices, but its minimalist design blends effortlessly into any room or interior. Stay tuned for more details!

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