Pros New idea, yes....
Cons but, requires physical contact
Summary OK, so this is deemed new, but to be really new - and innovative - it shold really be an inductive charger, i.e. requiring no electric contact at all between the pad and the phone/phones. Also, having to add an adapter on the phone is sort of overkill. Too complex, and another thing to carry around.
This device, or the better inductive charger, will only gain traction once the actual "physical" interconnectivity is built into the the device itself. And that will happen only once the manufacturers are onboard. See how long time it took for a group to agree on mini-USB as a common charging standard.
Pros Simple to use and setup, makes charging a no-brainer
Cons ...will be a great product when I can use it with more phones and other devices
Summary Been waiting for this product a long time. I actually have one and it works great. I don't buy that comment about "inductive charging" as I don't see the difference -- you still have to place a device on the charging pad, so who cares. The product works great and I commend WildCharge for being first to market with it.
Pros It works, Elegant, Simple, Good value - I love it! Can't wait for the iPhone & Moto Q
Cons Where have you been? Would love to see these things in hotels, starbucks, airports...
"Spectacular"on by Ellenlallen
Pros So easy to charge-no more fumbling for a plug in. My phone stays charged longer and I charge more frequently because the WildCharge pad sits on my desk.
Cons Increase product line
Summary Awesome tool - not a gadget. WildCharge will be part of our every day lives. In our cars, at the office, in the home.