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    IDAPT Unveils Universal Charging Station Product Line for 2010

    IDAPT Unveils Universal Charging Station Product Line for 2010

    IDAPT, a Spanish company specializing in mobile energy technology, is announcing its portable charging systems product line for 2010.  The three models in the IDAPT line – i4, i3, and i2 – will be showcased at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.IDAPT i2

    IDAPT charging stations bring a complete and affordable solution to consumers with multiple mobile devices that each have unique charging cords.  Its simple interchangeable tips system allow you to charge up to four devices at once without the mess of four different tangled wires, or the need for more than one outlet plug.

    Of course, different mobile users have different needs: IDAPT’s models give consumers the option for more or less charging capacity.  The i4, which is the highlight of the product line, has four points of charge, including a USB port.  The i3 and i2 offer three and two points, respectively, and use the same interchangeable tips as the i4.IDAPT i3The IDAPT interchangeable tips are compatible with over 3,500 devices (Apple, Garmin, Blackberry, Sony, Nintendo, etc.), making the IDAPT a completely customizable charging solution for any home, office, or bedroom.  IDAPT creates new charging tips as soon as new devices hit the market.  The two-button “quick release” feature to the tips, which allows for safe and easy ejection.

    “We understand the modern hassle of juggling several different charging systems on a daily basis,” says Jeremy Patay of IDAPT.  “That’s why we created the IDAPT: it offers organization and powerful simplicity for a truly affordable price.”IDAPT i4More reasonably priced than its competitors, the IDAPT universal charger is available from $34.95, which includes 6 charging tips.  Additional tips can also be sold separately for $9.99 each.  (

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