Tesla's wireless charging platform is expertly crafted but comes at a high cost

Tesla’s wireless charging platform is expertly crafted but comes at a high cost

With the exception of the Base Station chargers it produced in association with Nomad Goods, Freepower doesn’t normally produce items for customers; this is because it is a “technology supplier,” in Slatnick’s words. The Pro model, which debuted in 2019, was hailed as an alluring replacement for Apple’s discontinued AirPower charging pad. Both claimed to be able to charge up to three devices simultaneously without requiring you to precisely position them next to the charging coils. However, the Base Station series is no longer supported and had issues with compatibility that slowed down its charging.