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    A Laptop Wireless Charging Kit, and More

    Lenovo today announced a new brand of accessories, dubbed “Lenovo Go,” which includes portable peripherals, among them a do-it-yourself laptop wireless charging kit, a vertically oriented mouse, and an ergonomic split keyboard. The company also showed off two new mobile monitors. These new products join a host of ThinkPad and ThinkVision announcements, which can work together nicely with some of these peripherals. We were able to go hands-on with some of these products before Lenovo announced them publicly, and you can check out our first impressions in the video below. For more details, read on further. Look Ma, No  

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    OnePlus Warp Charge 65 review: Proprietary charging done right

    Years after its mass adoption, smartphone charging via USB-C remains a mess of proprietary charging standards, plugs, and cable issues. OnePlus chargers used to be one of the worst offenders for not playing nice with other gadgets, but the OnePlus Warp Charge 65 Power Adapter changes all that. In addition to blazing-fast proprietary charging tech, the charger fully embraces the latest and greatest universal USB PD PPS charging standard. The Warp Charge 65 plug is provided out of the box with the OnePlus 8T and OnePlus 9 series smartphones but is also available to purchase separately. Should you bother opting  

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    Electreon Wins a Tender to Provide Road Charging Technology for a Project Funded by the German Government

    BEIT YANAI, Israel, Feb. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ElectReon (TASE: ELWS), which is developing and implementing Wireless Electric Road Systems (ERS) that wirelessly charge commercial and passenger electric vehicles while driving, announced today that it was selected to provide the technology for eCharge, a project funded by the Roads Innovation Program of the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt). The winning consortium includes Volkswagen and Eurovia. The aim of the project is to develop an economical and functional solution for inductive charging of electric vehicles while driving. The project has received €1.9 million financing from the German  

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