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Integrated wireless charging for cabinetry and furniture

Australian wood-based panel product distributor Gunnersen has introduced a new integrated wireless charging system for cabinetry and furniture.

The Zens Wireless Charger can be fitted or retrofitted under bench tops, bars or a horizontal decorative surface such as timber, plywood, MDF or particleboard.

The system allows automatic charing without cables, adaptors or power sockets and is compatible with Qi enabled smartphone, tablet and portable devices from a range of brands including Apple, Samsung, Google, HTC, LG and Blackberry.

“Just like free Wi-Fi, wireless charging will quickly become the new standard in the commercial spaces,” said John McClure, national decorative and marketing manager at Gunnersen. The days of people running out of battery power will soon be a thing of the past.”

The charger is suitable for offices, restaurants, hotels and public spaces and can turn almost any horizontal surface into charing point for mobile devices.



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