- Size (LWH): 13.5 inches, 3.25 inches, 6 inches
- Weight: 0.16 ounces
Portable Mat with Powercube
- A simple, fast and efficient way to keep all of your personal electronic devices charged
- Portable Powermat folds up for easy travel--includes carry case with magnetic lock
- Four charging positions--three wireless, and one wired USB connector for charging a fourth device
- Individual tone and light controls; auto power-off for each device when charging is complete
- Includes Universal Powercube with 8 interchangeable tips (Mini and Micro USB, Apple, Samsung, LG, Nintendo DS Lite and DSi, and Sony PSP)
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Powercube Universal Receiver included. Click to enlarge.
Eight tips to work with hundreds of devices. Click to enlarge.
Includes travel case with magnetic closure.
Get a custom fit receiver for certain devices. View all Powermat products.
The Powermat Wireless Charging System
Connect your devices to Powermat Receivers, and simply drop them on the Powermat to charge wirelessly, as fast or faster than the stock power adaptor. A unique sound lets you know a solid connection has been made (an additional sound is heard when you remove your device--both are adjustable and can be turned off), and an indicator light--also adjustable--is displayed while a device is charging.
Use Only What You Need
Communication between the Powermat and Receivers allows the mat to give exactly enough power for exactly the right time. When a device is fully charged, power is shut off to that device, so no energy is wasted. If a device is used while on the mat, the system knows it--charging starts up again until you've got a full charge.
Wired USB Connection
For legacy USB devices, or a quick charge while all your Receivers are in use, Powermats also feature a wired USB connection. It may not be wireless, but it's better than finding another free power outlet.
Industrial design is key for personal electronics, and the Powermat appropriately follows suit. The Home and Office Mat features a minimal curved design that will work in most any environment, while the fold-up Portable Mat looks sharp and stows away simply for travel.
Powermat custom Receivers are like a second skin for the device they charge, enabling access to all controls and keeping the design clean and simple. Receivers are available for iPods and iPhones, Nintendo DS, various Blackberry models, and more.
So How Does It Work?
Powermat utilizes principles of magnetic induction combined with Powermat proprietary patent-pending technology to safely and effectively provide power to electronic devices. Powermat transforms surfaces including walls, tables, floors and desktops into safe, simple, and efficient conductors of energy. It replaces the need to access multiple electrical sockets for real-time powering and charging of electronic devices. Neat, huh?
Powermat Portable Mat
A Foldable, Portable Charging Mat
Perfect for travel, this powermat folds up for ultra-compact storage. Take it anywhere in the included travel case.
This mat wirelessly charges up to 3 Powermat-enabled devices simultaneously (and one more via the wired USB power port). It works with all Powermat receivers, and looks great in most any setting.
- Charging Positions: 4 (3 wireless, 1 USB port)
- Dimensions: .625" x 12.25" x 4.5625" (HxWxD)
- Input Voltage: 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz Universal
- Output Voltage: 18VDC
- Output Current: 0.83A
- Standby Current: 0.011A
- Adapter Power: 15 Watts
Included with the Home & Office Mat is the Powercube Universal Receiver. This receiver boasts eight interchangeable tips, allowing you to charge hundreds of mobile devices with just one unit. It works with all Powermats as well.
The Powercube supplies universal, international power (100-240V).
Finally, the Powercube features built-in cord management, and a tip storage compartment built right in, so you don't lose them.
Powercube Receiver Compatibility (8 Tips Included)
|Tip||Charges These Devices|
|Mini USB (default receiver tip)|| |
|Micro USB Tip|| |
|Apple Tip|| |
|DS Lite Tip|| |
|DSi Tip|| |
|LG 1 Tip|| |
|Samsung 2 Tip|| |
|Sony PSP Tip|| |
|Additional tips can be purchased separately|
What's in the BoxPowermat Portable Mat, Powermat Power Adapter, Powermat Travel Case, Powermat Powercube Universal Receiver, Tip Storage, Assorted Tips (8), Owner's Manual
Top Customer Reviews
For truly wireless charging you should consider purchasing an integrated receiver/case or a dock. I purchased the Powermat Receiver Li-Ion Battery Door for BlackBerry Bold (Black). I just replaced the battery door on my Blackberry with the Powermat receiver and now I can just set the phone on the mat to charge without having to plug anything into my phone. Powermat also makes other integrated receivers/docks for other Blackberry models, iPhones and iPods as well (I'm considering purchasing the Powermat PMR-AID1 Receiver Dock for iPod and iPhone (White)).Read more ›
The PowerPad works perfectly. Good packaging, versatile, works on my DroidX, MP3 and Apple Products plus more.
Remember this is only the charging pad and power cube, you will want to also buy the cover that fits your particular cell phone.
Who thought this up?
My gift is going back...this is truly a case of marketing over function.
The device is a good concept of charging several devices wirelessly. Unfortunately, it does not deliver out of the box and at a cost of $100 with the perception of wireless, it seems like marketing untruth. For each device that you want to charge wirelessly, you need to buy a custom receiver ($30 each) that slips on the device and then you can lie the device on the powermat to charge. Therefore, you pay $100 for the powermat, and $30 per device. This amounts to $190 (not including tax) to charge 3 devices wirelessly, which removes 2 cables of clutter for charging and now you have a long black mat sitting on your counter with a bunch of devices on it. This lacks the oomph gained for wireless charging in functionality, the expenditure, and the space taken up by this device.
Nice concept, but too expensive for the actual functionality of removing cable clutter. This device should have come with at least 2 coupons free to get the custom receivers for the $100 price tag. The dissapointing factor is that you need to really spend $200 to charge 3 devices wirelessly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No stars it's rubbish. It didn't charge my phone I have all the appropriate gear for it to charge my phone but it doesn't work. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Heather b
This was bought as a gift for me. The person, nor I, didn't realize that you have to purchase additional accessories for phones handheld game devices. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Matt
Used this with all of my cell phones through the years. Liked it so much, I bought two more for gifts to the family. Great, especially if you have more than one item to charge.Published on September 19, 2013 by Cherilyn Hack
Keeping the dot directly on top of the pad makes this product essentially useless. You get a "mat" so you can just throw your device down and charge. Read morePublished on June 21, 2013 by T. Madams