The Corian Charging Surface has finally freed us from the tyrannical side of technology: the charger. With the re-release of this popular product, the modern smart home and workplace can now be efficient and attractive.
August 15th, 2016
The new world is finally here! No more tangled cords. No more overburdened powerboards. No more “Warning! You have 10% battery left’. CASF Australia have carved out a strong reputation for bringing the latest and greatest saviours to our busy lives. With the re-release of their highly popular Corian Charging Surface by DuPont Corian, they once again have proven that convenience and functionality can be – no: should be – beautiful.
The DuPont Corian Charging Surface is durable, stain-free and an absolute dream to clean and maintain. But that’s certainly not its greatest feature. Kitted with wireless charging integration, and available in every pattern and colour of the Corian range, the Charging Surface unites the most contemporary form of technological convenience with superior contemporary aesthetics. Already beloved by the residential and commercial sectors, the wireless recharging capabilities are enabled by a state-of-the-art unit that is seamless to both the eye and the touch. Being based on induction technology, any area that integrates a solid surface can be powered with a Corian Charging Surface.
Embrace the change and disentangle ourselves from those frustrating cords once and for all.
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