|By PR Newswire
|August 6, 2014 05:00 AM EDT
LONDON, August 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
QiStone+ is the first Power Bank that can be called truly Wireless, as it can charge other devices wirelessly, and be charged wirelessly itself.
Fonesalesman, a renowned name when it comes to offering Wireless Charging accessories, today announced the launch of QiStone+, a leap in wireless charging technology that will help the users to leave their wires in the yesteryear.
(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140805/700597 )
QiStone+ uses Qi Wireless Charging standard to power other devices that support this standard for wireless charging. Fonesalesman's unique Qi+™ technology allows QiStone+ to be charged with any Qi Charging Pad (such as QiStone, KoolPad, KoolPuck from Fonesalesman).
Bavan Palasanthiran, Founder of Fonesalesman, said, "This is a one-of-a-kind solution that will mean that users don't ever have to plug in the QiStone+". He further added, "Popularity of Wireless Charging is rising, especially in wearables market. The upcoming Motorola smartwatch, Moto 360, has abandoned traditional charging methods altogether in favor of Qi Wireless charging. So, we have seen a strong demand for truly wireless solutions, which is what we are introducing today."
The QiStone+'s look and feel of the product is unique and has the potential to attract anyone. The stone texture is exceptional and that makes it an object to behold. The device is designed to fit the palm of the user. It has 4000mAh of Wireless Power, enough to charge any phone fully.
"QiStone+ is perfect for sharing - users can charge one of the gadgets wirelessly, and another via USB port", Bavan continued.
There are over 400 Qi compatible devices, including Google Nexus 4/5/7, Nokia Lumia 1520, Lumia Icon and Lumia 930, LG G3. QiStone+ is a perfect fit for all these products.
If the user's device is not compatible with Qi Wireless Charging out of the box, the functionality can be added thanks to Fonesalesman Wireless Receivers, such as the S5 SlimPWRcard for the Samsung Galaxy S5, iQi Mobile for the Apple iPhone.
QiStone+ is available direct from Fonesalesman and Amazon for Pre-Order today at £44.99/$79.99. As a part of the launch offer, the company also announced attractive 20% discount to the customers who have purchased Fonesalesman products in the past (For more information, please find the link below). The company is also running a competition for users where anyone can participate to win a QiStone+. They just need to visit the webpage, link provided below, and register themselves for the same.
"Our aim is to introduce the convenience of wireless charging to everyone and provide the users with the best products we can. During the past year, we have become the providers of the most-beloved wireless charging accessories, and aim to innovate and bring more wireless charging solutions to customers as we grow", Bavan added.
Fonesalesman is determined to make the world without wires a reality for its customers. We are responsible for top-of-the-line pads sporting such as the KoolPad, KoolPuck, game-changing wireless charging receiver for iPhone iQi Mobile and the thinnest wireless charging receivers for Samsung Galaxy S5, the S5 SlimPWRcard.
To learn more about QiStone+, visit http://www.fonesalesman.com/pages/qistone-plus
To watch the video about QiStone+, click on http://youtu.be/8SIOU2W0MR0
To learn more about Fonesalesman, visit http://www.fonesalesman.com
More information on Discount for returning customers: http://www.fonesalesman.com/pages/qistone-pre-order-discount
QiStone+ Competition: http://www.fonesalesman.com/pages/win-a-brand-new-qistone
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