original, but this one supports the simultaneously charging of three mobile / USB devices. The "universal" charging dock ships with a cornucopia of tips, enabling it to juice up a Nexus One, BlackBerry, iPod, iPhone, PSP, GPS system or pretty much any combination of handheld gizmos on the market. Two docking ports are arranged on the top, and a spare USB port allows a third item of your choice to receive new life via a tether. It'll ship in "an assortment of colors" this spring, but it looks as if pricing won't be announced until later on. One more look (along with the full PR) is after the break.
IDAPT Unveils IDAPT i2+ Universal Charger at CES
Check out IDAPT during CES in the North Hall, iLounge Pavilion, Booth #4216
Barcelona, Spain – January 6, 2011 – IDAPT, a leading mobile technology leader, is excited to announce the new IDAPT i2+ universal charger. The new charger allows users to charge up to 3 different mobile devices simultaneously while eliminating cord clutter.
The IDAPT i2+ has 2 charging ports and a bonus USB charging port to meet all charging needs. As with previous IDAPT chargers, the new i2+ features IDAPT's unique interchangeable tip system allowing the unit to be compatible with over 4,000 different devices including iPad and iPhone as well as BlackBerry, Nintendo PSP, XBOX controllers, GPS systems and Bluetooth products. Additionally, the "quick release" button allows for safe and easy ejection of the interchangeable tips.
The IDAPT i2+ will be available in an assortment of fun colors Spring 2011.
IDAPT is a company specialized in the design of solutions that simplify everyday lives of mobile technology users. Its innovative range of universal chargers, based on a patented system of interchangeable tips, has achieved worldwide recognition among users and industry experts. Innovation and commitment to develop new products that suit user's needs are the company's main commitments since its foundation in 2006. With headquarters in Barcelona, IDAPT has distribution agreements in more than 30 countries.IDAPTweb.com