Charge More Devices While Carrying Less with Idapt i4

Having one too many gadgets and portable devices is one thing, and having too many chargers and charging cables is another. Keep too many of the former and you’ll have a tangled mass of wires and plugs that closely resembles spaghetti.

Are you tired of carrying the proportional number of charger to your portable devices? The new IDAPT charging station is a simple solution to a seemingly complex subject. There‚Äôs a sea of charging that supports multiple devices out there but Idapt i4 is one of the limited few that features a collection of interchangeable cordless tips letting you charge up to four portable devices simultaneously. Just select plug in the appropriate tip or cartridge, then dock your gadgets, and you’re good to go. This universal desktop charger supports iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS and all docking iPods, Samsung, Sony Ericsson fast ports, Nokia 2mm, MiniUSB, and MicroUSB ports. For the techie travelers, IDAPT i4 offers additional USB ports and a compact design that you can just throw in your suitcase or sidepocket. No matter what gadgets you own, iPhone, GPS, BlackBerry, Nokia, camera or headset, Idapt i4 is the only charger that you’ll ever need.

Package includes main Idapt unit, 1 main charger lead, manual, and 6 interchangeable charging tips for Nokia, Samsung, iPod/iPhone, Sony Ericson, and other mini/micro USB devices.

Purchase this gadget here.

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Comments

  1. I like the concept, it don’t however support current Olympus USB [unless plugged in] nor Windows PDA’s, although it does support Sony Ericsson phones of around the same era.

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