At CES, various companies unveil their latest innovative products. Last year, Samsung unveiled a remote control for its TVs that could be charged using light. Now the company's latest remote control can provide the energy it needs using radio waves. Such a feature only works for low-power gadgets, and since the remote control also consumes very little power, it can take advantage of this feature.
In addition, users can charge the light from this remote. Use either internal or external or USB-C cable. Like the previous generation, Samsung has stated that the purpose of developing such a product is to eliminate pen batteries. Samsung has also tried other ways to charge the remote control, including the conversion of kinetic energy when shaking the remote and vibration energy when the speakers receive sound. But in the end, the company's executives have decided to use radio waves to charge the company's latest TV remote control.
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