In Pictures: 9 wireless battery chargers: No power? No problem!

Tired of having to fumble for the USB port every time your mobile device runs out of power? With these wireless chargers, just put your device down and let it it power up.

RavPower Orbit Qi-Enabled Wireless Charger Lose things a lot? If you're always wondering where your wireless charger's cable ended up, look to the RavPower Orbit. It comes with a built-in USB cable that wraps handily around its base when you're not using it.

To accommodate the wrapped cord, the Orbit is thicker than other wireless chargers, measuring 2.8 x 0.8 x 2.8 in. Like many wireless chargers, it detects when your phone is fully charged and automatically switches into idle mode. The device also makes a "ding" sound when it connects with your phone and a red LED light indicates when your phone is charging or fully charged.

It also sports an anti-slip surface to keep your phone from sliding off.

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