In the 1900s, Nikola Tesla said wireless electricity was possible. Meet NIC, the world’s first totally wireless charger. All you have to do is connect NIC to a power outlet and have it at your desired location and connect the NIC Charging pad to your portable device, such as phone or tablet. When you bring your device within 5 meters of NIC, it will start charging automatically and keep charging as long it stays within 5 meters of NIC.
NIC system consists of two parts, the NIC charging cube which is connected to a power outlet and the NIC charging pad which can be permanently connected to your portable device.
NIC is compatible with most portable devices using USB-C, Micro-USB and Lightning(IOS) connectors.
You won’t need to do any setup or configuration, simply connect NIC Cube to a power outlet and connect the NIC charging pad to your device and you are all set.
Once you are connected, your device will charge as long it stay within 5 meters of the NIC Cube even if it’s in your pocket or a bag.
NIC is the world's first totally wireless charger. It can charge most of the portable devices wirelessly without the need to connect any cable.
A true wireless charging system for your portable devices. You can charge your phone or tablet anywhere within 5 meters of NIC.
The Nic charging pad is compatible with all other NIC Cubes you may have at home or in your office
NIC Cube and charging pad work together to make sure your device is never overcharged. There are safety measures in place to protect your devices.
Nic charger is the first of its kind, following the steps of Nikola Tesla.
Keeping your battery charged at a higher level all the time will increase your battery life and make your device work much longer.
Nikola Tesla created the first wireless energy transmission the 1900s. It is now available for most of your portable devices.
Your portable device will keep charging as long it stays within 5 meters of NIC Cube.
Nic is the first and only totally wireless charging system in the world.
Keeping your battery charged at a higher level all the time will significantly increase your device’s life by protecting your battery from over discharging.
Simply connect the NIC Cube to a power outlet and connect the Nic charging pad to your portable device and you are all set.
NIC Cube is designed to fit your home and office decor and the Nic charging pad is designed to be practically hidden behind your device.
NIC Cube works on 120/220 volts and is compatible with any Nic charging pad you may have.
NIC charging system comes in two parts, the charging Cube, the one connected to the power outlet, and the charging pad which is connected to your portable device.
NIC is the world’s first totally wireless charging system.
Your portable device will keep charging all the time as long it stays within 5 meters of the NIC Cube. It will protect and enhance your battery life by avoiding over-discharging.
You no longer need to connect your device to have it charged. NIC Cube with its pad will keep charging your portable device as long it stays within 5 meters of NIC Cube, even if it’s in your pocket, desk or purse.
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The device closer to the NIC Charging Cube will charge faster than the other one. The main reason is due to signal propagation attenuation occurring. But Hey! It doesn’t really matter, because your device can be in your hands, pocket or on the table and it will keep charging.
iPhone ± 2 to 4hr*
iPad ± 6 to 12hr*
Samsung Galazy S8/S9 ± 2 to 4hr*
*The charging time will depend greatly of how far your device is from the NIC Cube and how many devices are charging in the same time. The above are the result of our tests from a state charge of 20% to 100% at 2 meter from the NIC Cube.
We are a small group of electronic and electrical engineers from different parts of the world with one goal, achieve what Nikola Tesla didn’t in the 1900s.
Here’s a roadmap of our product highlighting the milestones from the initial phase to delivery and future updates.
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