Tesla pulls its sleek $65 6,000mAh wireless charger from its website

Although Tesla is known more for its vehicles, the company does offer a variety of other goods. These items generally cater to fans of the company, with a majority of the line being comprised of articles of clothing. But there are a few stand out products for hardcore fans of the firm, like its Powerbank and Desktop Supercharger. Now, it appears the firm is offering something new, debuting its Wireless Charger... or so we thought.

After the product was spotted online in the Lifestyle section of Tesla's website for some hours, it appears that the device has now been pulled. For those that weren't quick enough to grab one or weren't able to see what it looked like, you can take a look at the top of the article. The Tesla Wireless Charger is a 6,000mAh battery pack that incorporates a sleek design and comes in two colors, black and white. It can charge a device through a Qi inductive charging pad, through its attached USB Type-C cable or through its USB Type-A port. When it comes to charging speeds, the Wireless Charger won't be the fastest, as the wireless charging speed is rated at 5W, while wired charging is rated at 5V/1.5A.

It is unknown whether the Wireless Charger will be put back on the website, but if you are a fan of the company, and want a chance to purchase the trinket, you might want to periodically check.

Source: Tesla via The Verge

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