UPDATE: Tesla has informed its customers that its portable wireless charger will be returning to its online store with a roughly $15 USD discount. Early adopters of the product who paid retail will receive a $16 refund. Although
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Tesla recently surprised its fans by accidentally revealing its latest lifestyle product — a portable wireless charger. Last night, the charging device popped up on the webstore for Elon Musk‘s revolutionary company, but before anyone could complete a purchase, the charger was removed from the site.
Designed for use with smartphones, the Tesla Portable Wireless Charger is described as a “6000mAh (22.2Wh) battery-powered inductive charging pad that features the same design language used in our energy products, like Powerwall. In addition to wirelessly charging your device, you can also power up your phone with the integrated USB-C cable.” The charger also features a built-in USB-A cable for older devices that can’t take advantage of the Qi standard wireless capabilities.
Priced at $65 USD, stay tuned for the official release of Tesla’s teased Portable Wireless Charger.