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Luxa2 TX100 Portable Wireless Charging Pad

Wireless charging is becoming more and more the norm for a lot of smartphones. While some handsets have built-in Rx receiver, you can also enable other devices by adding a compatible Rx receiver. Luxa2 has this simple charging pad that supports almost all devices with wireless charging enabled.

The Luxa2 TX-100 is a portable and lightweight wireless charging pad that is Qi compatible. The pad is made up of polycarbonate with a circular rubber ring to hold the smartphone in place and avoid it slipping off. The Tx-100 works right out of the box — just plug to a USB power source, position the handset on the pad and a color indicator will alert if it’s charging the device properly or not.

Handsets that have built-in charging support are the Lumia 920,1520, 830, 735, the Nexus 5, Moto 360, BlackBerry Z30, and the LG G3. Other devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note III will need to install the Rx receiver to enable wireless charging.

You can check out and buy this wireless charging pad from the Luxa2 website here for $29.99.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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3 Responses

  1. cgyap2 says:

    This is Expensive $30 for a wireless charger?? YOu can get a couple of cheap wireless charging pad on ebay for about Php 200 with free shipping

  2. diamonddave says:

    Cheap wireless charging pads are cheap for a reason. For $30 USD you get quality. I rather pay more than buy a cheap unreliable pad that won’t charge efficiently or in worse case, damage my phone.

  3. Stevekid says:

    Cheap wireless charging pads are cheap for a reason. For $30 – which in my opinion is very well priced – you are buying not only a great looking little wireless charging pad, but you are getting a reliable, high quality and good performance charging pad. I just checked the LUXA2 website – http://goo.gl/aLVFva
    Does your cheap ebay wireless charging pads give you a 2 year warranty? Probably not.

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