There is no shortage of features to talk about on the Nexus 6, but arguably the most convenient one
is the ability to wirelessly charge the device. Even though the turbo charger is amazing when you are
in a hurry, there is nothing like laying that beauty on your desk or nightstand, and just grab and go
whenever you are ready, never worrying about tangled wires or messing up the charging port when
you power yank that thing after realizing you are late to the next job interview. Those few seconds
can mean the difference between getting stuck behind a train or stop light, which means you look
bad at the interview, which means you do not get the job as the next Liam Neeson, which means
someone will be taken. You don't want someone to be taken, do you? Of course, not!
That's where the wireless charger comes in handy. Historically, getting a wireless charger meant
having to deciding whether or not you wanted to make your next mortgage payment. I kid, of
course, but those things used to be so expensive. Well, they still average around $20 or so, and
although prices can go much farther north than that, this little option gives you the ability to wirelessly
charge without wire-breaking the bank. This is a steal. I remember jumping on a Nokia wireless
charger when it went down to $20, and it was by far the cheapest option at the time, especially
considering the great reviews it had. This is akin to that: amazing price, great reviews, and small
enough to not be obstructive on any surface you put it on. Please note that the AC adapter is not
included, but the USB cable can be plugged into a computer or power outlet with a USB port on it.
Yes, that's a real thing. You can even get one of these if you don't feel comfortable enough to
fiddle around with the screws on a wall socket.
Point is, wireless charging is not just for the U.S.S. Enterprise anymore. There are always features on
a phone that are ignored by the user, especially with so many bells and whistles coming with devices
nowadays, but this is not one you are going to want to disregard. I highly recommend using
this feature, especially for the lazy cats out there. This was made with you in mind.
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