The new Timex alarm clock with wireless charging support has been certified by the Wireless Power Alliance. The certification was only granted a few days ago and it indicates that the product should be launched soon. The image with this certificate shows the design of this unique product. In fact, Timex does make the traditional alarm clock spin and can provide wireless charging on its top surface. Timex is an old watchmaking brand that is trying to reinvent itself with new products that have changed with the development of today’s technology.
The Wireless Power Alliance has certified a new Timex alarm clock with wireless charging equipment. You just need to place your phone on the bedside alarm clock to charge your phone-of course, assuming your phone supports wireless charging.
Next to the list is a picture showing a cylindrical desktop design with a flat surface at the top that can be used for wireless charging. There is a display on the front, showing the time with red LED lights. The Wireless Power Consortium lists its power level as 5W, and it is said that the registration date is November 20.
The upcoming Timex alarm clock with wireless charging has model TW300. The company has not officially announced. It is not clear when the product will be released and in which markets it will be available. However, since the clock has been certified, an announcement may be made soon.
Timex also recently launched iConnect Premium Active smart watches in India. This wearable device is equipped with a color touch screen, and is equipped with silicone and stainless steel strap. It is said to have an IP68 waterproof rating and is listed to provide heart rate monitoring, phone and SMS notifications, sedentary reminders, activity tracking, sleep tracking and music playback controls. The battery it packs can last for five days. The Timex iConnect Premium Active smartwatch starts at Rs 6,995 in India.
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