This might look like a bluetooth speaker but what it actually does is it sends power wirelessly to devices like this.
This is the Powerspot transmitter.
And it can charge up to 30 devices from as far as 80 feet away, or about 24 meters.
Wirelessly, no mats, no wires, no nothing.
It transmits our app, which is turned in to DC power by a compatible device.
Power Cast said the power spot is meant to charge your devices over night, it charges at up to half a watt at close distance.
Power drops off the further you go away from the power spot transmitter The closer you are to the power spot, the more power you get.
It's also directional so you've gotta stay in somewhat of a line.
So here you can see how bright it is.
Let's see how far out we can go.
I'm gonna stay in that zone.
There it is, still going.
Still going, and Seem to be out of the zone.
There it goes!
Right around there.
The Powerspot transmitter by Powercast costs $50, it'll be available in the third quarter of this year.
The headphones you see here are concept products that do work, but no partners have been officially announced.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar, and this is the Powerspot transmitter.
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