Ted Baker Launches Wireless Tech, And There Are No Messy Cables In Sight

I am not one to get excited over the latest mobile phone tech products, because I feel like there is so much more going on in the wearable tech space that goes beyond a fashion label putting its name to a charger. That being Ted Baker‘s latest offerings have managed to grab my attention. Sleek and chic the portable wireless iPhone chargers and accessories have been designed with the brand’s signature style.

Ted Baker JAMILO Wireless Desktop Charger, £60, www.proporta.co.uk

All About Style, Design and Functionality Too

Engineered to keep you fully charged while on the move, the British fashion brand hopes that the ConnecTed collection, which consists of an iPhone case, a battery pack, a wireless charger, a magnetic in-car mount charger and a set of matching cables, will help de-clutter.

The Ted Baker ConnecTed wireless car mount charger, available soon

Working together with technology specialists Proporta on the new products, the ConnecTed collection starts at £19.95, the new chargers have been designed to match and work with the coordinated suede ConnecTed phone cases, which have magnetic panels built inside that effortlessly attach to the wireless chargers.

Design wise; the collection brags chocolate Italian suede for men and luxurious rose gold and taupe leather for women. I find myself drawn to the Ted Baker JAMILO Wireless Desktop Charger, priced £60.00 and the Ted Baker HOPPI Portable Wireless Charger, priced £80.00.

Ted Baker HOPPI Portable Wireless Charger, £80, www.proporta.co.uk

The Ted Baker ConnecTed wireless car mount charger, available soon. The range will hit Ted Baker stores and online including John Lewis from November 2018. If you can’t wait, then be sure to pre-order from Proporta. All orders will be dispatched on 2 November 2018.

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Founding editor-in-chief & WearableTechStylist of FashNerd.com, Muchaneta has worked in the fashion industry for over 14 years. She is currently one of the leading influencers speaking and writing about the merger of fashion with technology and wearable technology and a regular contributor to digital news sites like Wareable.