Zens transforms furniture into wireless charging spots

Zens, a Dutch company, focusing on the development and manufacturing of wireless charging solutions, is revolutionising the functionality of everyday furniture for office environments, restaurants, hotels, public transportation, and homes with the recent introduction of six built-in wireless chargers.

As access to wireless charging has become the expected standard from consumers, these solutions enable businesses to provide a simple and powerful convenience to their customers by incorporating them into desks, dining tables, nightstands, kitchen counters, and other furniture in public and private spaces.

Johan Plasmans, Zens CEO said, “in today’s extremely connected world, people require the convenience of charging their devices wherever they are. Our designs allow businesses to create a customer-centred differentiator as part of their experience that can power consumer buying decisions.

“Now a charger is one less thing people must worry about bringing to the office or co-working space. Restaurants and cafés can heighten the customer experience if their table also serves as wireless charging station. And when traveling, no need to worry about dragging chords or country-specific adapters along because a nightstand in the hotel will now wirelessly charge your phone. With almost every smartphone being compatible with Qi, the universal standard for wireless charging, Zens can transform any surface into a wireless charging spot.”

Zens offers a broad assortment of different wireless charging solutions, varying from ultra-luxury to basic and from single to multi chargers, all sharing the newest technology and a modern design.

The 4-in-1 Zens Liberty Built-In wireless charger provides freedom of placement. The see-through tempered glass surface reveals the inside technology, making it a suitable charging solution for a premium hotel room or a luxury suite, allowing guests to charge up to four devices simultaneously.

The Zens PuK Combi enables the user to charge multiple devices simultaneously, including a laptop, tablet, smartphone, or headphones without the need for bulky power strips. It can be visibly integrated into an office desk or meeting room allowing users to tap into the power for their devices, without unnecessary cables and adapters that typically leave an office looking cluttered and unorganised.

The Zens PuK Combi is available in two models. With a USB-C port or standard power socket and comes with an integrated Qi wireless charger. The Puk & Play Built-in wireless charger is designed to provide a simple wireless power source that is easy to install and convenient across multiple spaces.

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