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CES 2012: Mobee Technology Introduces Magic Feet

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Today at CES, Mobee Technology introduced the Magic Feet wireless charging station.

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It’s designed to wirelessly charge the Apple Magic Mouse, and either the Apple Wireless Keyboard or Magic Trackpad.

The Magic Feet device sits neatly on the foot of the iMac, and solves the problem of battery management for Apple wireless peripherals. Simply rest your mouse, keyboard or trackpad by the Magic Feet, and using inductive charging technology, the supplied battery packs are charged. It means no more wasteful single use batteries, and no fiddling with rechargeable battery management. So it’s better for the environment too.

To fully charge a device from empty takes six hours, and once charged it will run for up to ten days. Magic Feet can charge three devices at once.

The discreet aluminum design of the Magic Feet additionally houses a powered four-port USB hub. These can be used to charge devices that don’t yet have inductive charging technology solutions, or simply as additional USB ports.

The Magic Feet package includes two special inductive battery packs. One is shaped like the 2x AA sized batteries found in the Magic Trackpad and the Wireless Keyboard, and can be used in either. The other replaces the 2x AA batteries in the Magic Mouse.

The Magic Feet joins the other innovative Mobee enhancements for Apple peripherals; The Magic Charger, The Magic Bar and The Magic Numpad.

Magic Feet will be available from early March, at MSRP $149.90 (USD), €149.90/£134.99 (including VAT in Europe). Mobee products are available across the world in retail and online Apple Stores.

For more information, check out www.mobeetechnology.com.

Andrew Edney
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I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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