New invention: Samsung creates world's first monitor with inbuilt wireless charging

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Samsung has created a monitor with an inbuilt wireless charging pad
Samsung has created a monitor with an inbuilt wireless charging pad 
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Samsung has created a computer monitor with an inbuilt wireless charging pad in what it claims is a world first.
The SE370 monitor is available in 23.6-inch and 27-inch versions, with the charging pad positioned at the base of its stand. All Qi-enabled devices, including Samsung, HTC and Sony smartphones, can be charged using the monitor. Apple is the only major smartphone manufacturer not to offer wireless charging capabilities within its devices.
Placing an enabled device on the pad triggers it to start charging automatically, removing the need to plug in a cable.
The new Samsung SE370

Samsung has released several wireless charging pads previously, but the SE370 is the first time the technology has been integrated into an existing product.

Wireless charging pads use transmitter and receiver coils to generate a magnetic field which induces a voltage in the receiver coil. The voltage can then power a smartphone or recharge its battery simply by resting a phone on the pad. Once placed on the pad, a notification pops up to alert the user the device is charging.

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The monitor is fully compatible with the forthcoming Windows 10, has a 178 degree viewing angle and a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
The company has yet to announced UK pricing and availability.

The charging pad is positioned at the base of the stand
Samsung's monitor follows in the footsteps of Ikea's range of wireless charging furniture, announced at this year's Mobile World Congress in February. The range integrates subtle white charging pads into lamps for the floor and table, two desks and two bedside tables.

Ikea's range of wireless charging furniture includes lamps and bedside tables 

Source: Telegraph 
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