Tesla Launched Wireless Phone Charger, But Immediately Pulled It

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After having ventured into the market for surfboards, Tesla has now launched a new product aimed at smartphones.

The portable charger has a 6,000mAh power bank, and supports 5W wireless charging and 7.5W wired charging if you need to charge a little faster.

According to Tesla's description of the device, "The Tesla Wireless Charger is a 6000mAh (22.2Wh) battery-powered inductive charging pad that features the same design language used in our energy products, like Powerwall". If you decide to use it as a wired charger, you'll get 7.5W.

So much weird stuff has been going on lately with Elon Musk, including the recent announcement of his plans to take his company Tesla private (without informing the company's board in advance) and then abruptly reversing his decision days later.

Tesla was briefly selling a wireless smartphone charger on its online store, but the device has already sold out less than a day after debuting.

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Further, the Tesla smartphone charger comes with a USB Type-C cable at 5V/1.5A, less than the 5V/2A that many bundled phone chargers come with. Given the success of the "first shipment", even considering the high price, it is likely that Tesla will provide a few more copies.

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Or no longer it is unclear why the Tesla iPhone Charger was pulled from Tesla's draw.

Though the electric vehicles (EV) maker Tesla Inc. The device is also backed with an internal battery that can be charged with a USB-A cable from any standard USB port, and is capable of providing 21 hours additional talk time or 18 hours of additional web browsing. Extinct Mac VP Doug Field also now returned to Apple after a 5-year stint at Tesla.

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