It is time to kiss messy mobile phone charger’s goodbye, with their wires snaking all over the place: Wireless chargers are here. And since we first reviewed them, in February, they have become even more affordable. All wireless chargers use "Qi" technology which makes low electric power jump across small gaps. This is good enough to transfer power from phone to a charging base on which you place it.
The makers of the DigiTek Platinum wireless charger DPWC-10W list a number of phones with built-in Qi technology: recent models of iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry etc. Connect the charger to a mains socket using your own phone charger cable and place the phone on the base. If a blue LED glows, your phone is Qi ready -- and charging. If it glows red, don't despair. Buy a Qi patch for your phone for about Rs 500 and you’re ready to charge wirelessly. The DigiTek DPWC comes for a very reasonable Rs 999.