In this installment of QuarQ’s Power Meter series, we discuss the newest additions to the Quarcq Power System.
QuarQue is a new wireless power meter that uses a Bluetooth chip to transmit power from the user’s phone to the meter.
The device is similar to a USB power meter, but uses an integrated power supply, rather than a USB cable.
QuarcQue’s battery-saver feature, however, is much better than the USB power supply’s, and it’s able to keep the battery charging for up to 30 minutes without requiring a charge, according to QuarQues owner, John Quarques.
QuarrQue also has the ability to send out notifications to the user when the battery reaches its maximum.
The meter can even alert the user if the power is low, or if the battery is dead.
The Quarque Power Meter will run $99.99.
The next Power Meter to be released is the Quark.
The new power meter has a Bluetooth-connected, 5V/4A power source that runs off the power supply and can be used to power your devices such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles.
You can also attach a Bluetooth earbud or microphone to the Power Meter, and you can attach a USB charger or other device to the battery.
The company says the Quarks will be available in the first quarter of 2020.
Quark has been around for a while, and has become an established brand in the wireless power industry.
The brand is backed by a patent portfolio that includes power meters, wireless power meters and battery-power meters.
QuasarQues is also working on the Quayr.
This wireless power unit uses Bluetooth technology to transmit data to a smartphone.
You’ll have to pay a monthly subscription fee for this unit, which will be the only one that Quasarques offers.
The price is $99, and QuasarQue says the battery-charging feature is a “major upgrade” compared to the USB Power Meter.
If you want to get started with QuarQUes, head on over to QuasarQ’s website for more information.