For a nerd, what is that holy grail accessory that is more valuable than the gadget itself? The power bank of course. With most gadgets going wireless, the future will be a truly wireless world. So why not use a wireless power bank as the standard? The accessory is already common, with the main players choosing to create a range of wireless power banks. Samsung has its own version of the wireless power bank, but things can get better. Law?
A magnetic battery bank that hooks like third-party MagSafe-compatible Apple battery banks, like the one from Anker. The reason is to have a compact accessory that sticks to the back of your Galaxy S21 or Note 20. All this while being quite attractive and minimalist. Discover the relevant “Samsung Go” wireless charger for 2021 designed by industrial designer Goutham Ghosh. This accessory is designed so that the existing range of Samsung accessories fits perfectly into the ecosystem. Just like Apple which has created niche brand value for itself, Samsung must think outside the box to move beyond the current brand positioning which is centered on basic gadgets.
A wireless power bank fits perfectly into the bill in a world where power-hungry gadgets rule our lives. A survey found that a large portion of users find wired power banks to be very restrictive on movement and dislike carrying accessories with wires on them. Hence, the idea came to design a power bank inspired by the South Korean brand’s design language highlighted by the soft edges – truly merging with user interactions. Things like calling, texting, photographing, playing or carrying in the pocket.
Goutham wants the cool accessory to be part of the Samsung SmartThings app that displays all vital information like percent charge, charge speed, and discharge rate when connected to a gadget. The wireless charger will match the flagship line of mobile devices in color tones for the definitive style quotient.
Creator: Goutham Ghosh