IDAPT provides a one-stop charging stop for mobile devices
By Darren Quick
December 9, 2007
December 10, 2007 As portable devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, digital cameras and handheld gaming devices proliferate in the home, so too do the number re-chargers and cables adding clutter to our benchtops. The latest solution to cross the Gizmag desk is the IDAPT "innovative adapter", a convenient multi-purpose charger with interchangeable connections that enables simultaneous charging of a wide range of mobile devices.
The patented IDAPT system is compatible with most portable electronic devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, game consoles, PDAs, GPS units and Bluetooth devices through the use of interchangeable adapters which the manufacturer calls "tips".
The articulated, robust tips are available for a wide range of Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson mobile phones and PDAs, the Sony PSP as well as DC Jack and miniUSB compatible GPS units, MP3 players, digital cameras and Bluetooth headsets.
Designed to be future proof, IDAPT is committed to providing new tips in the future as new devices are released. ‘Tips’ are already planned to fit the Nintendo DS, iPods and LG, Panasonic, Sagem, Siemens, Sharp and Toshiba brand mobile phones.
The IDAPT is currently available in black or silver for €49.95 (approx. USD$73) and comes with 5 tips included.