Quadcharge universal charging station
August 28, 2007
August 28, 2007 The Quadcharge is an inexpensive, all in one hub that allows you to charge four devices simultaneously whilst decreasing the number of AC adaptors that need to be connected to a power source, while at the same time cleaning up the tangled web of cords that otherwise pervade your kitchen bench-top or home office space.
The streamlined, simple design of the Quadcharge is aimed at hiding all of the wires normally dangling from your wall by using only one outgoing power cord. The advantages of not having a number of AC power adaptors connected to one charging station is that it will reduce the risk of overheating and fire. Rather than just being a standard powerboard in disguise that hides your AC adapters in a fire-risky environment, the Gomadic Quadcharge offers a safe and tidy solution that leaves nothing to overheat.
The station is compatible with Gomadic’s TipExchange feature, which allows you to swap the charging tips to suit different devices.
This simple solution to charging all mobile gadgets costs US$49.95 and comes with a lifetime warranty. So, if you have a habit of misplacing your mobile phone, iPod, or Blackberry device, you can now search for them in one place.
While not quite the conversation piece offered by wireless charging stations, it’s a cost effective way to keep you kitchen counter or office free from tangled wires and charge all your gadgets in one place.Share
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