New Wireless Smartphone Charger Looks To Crowdfunding Platform To Launch

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Future Logic Inc, a small NY based independent tech company seeks funding through for a new one-piece wireless smartphone charger. With a set amount of time to get funded, the response is hoped to mirror the frustration experienced by tangled charging cables.

Tech Company, Future Logic Inc. under the direction of Michael Nappi, Inventor and US patent holder, is turning to the Internet for it’s latest business venture Pocket Dock-It; a new type of portable, one-piece smartphone charger and wall dock. With funding as the first major obstacle for any new product, current economic conditions don’t make the job any easier making innovation in fundraising tactics almost an essential part of any product launch.

In line with guidelines, project creators have a set number of days to raise all the funds, or the project receives nothing. The Pocket Dock-It will have a 30-day window from start to finish to raise the allotted budget ($60,000 US). If funding is under that amount, all pledges are cancelled and the charger will not be funded.

With an established relationship of a Chinese based Apple MFI Certified manufacturer and months of prototyping and design improvements, final fulfillment of the product, if successfully funded will be all but guaranteed. While it is important to have Apple certified products for iPhone charging, the same electronics manufacturer will be used to produce a Micro-USB version for the Android and Blackberry consumers. According to the campaign rewards, the new charger will be available for both Lightning and Micro-USB smartphones through retail outlets at a price point of around $45 but if backed on Kickstarter, can be had for only $30 free shipping in the US.

The campaign launches in light of the expected release of the new iPhone 6 next month. If successfully funded, Pocket Dock-Its should be shipped within the first quarter of 2015. To learn more about Pocket Dock-It or to show their support, readers can visit the project’s Kickstarter pitch page via this link:

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