Idapt's $40 i2+ universal charging dock now shipping, patching over divides

Darren Murph
D. Murph|02.19.11

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Idapt's $40 i2+ universal charging dock now shipping, patching over divides
Fancy a way to charge his and her phones with a single dock? Idapt's i2+ has you covered -- the multifaceted mobile charging machine that launched at CES is now shipping directly from the company, with Walmart, Crutchfield, Costco and loads of others slated to pick it up in the coming weeks. It'll set you back $39.99 (or €34.99 across the way), with that tally netting you six of the most popular charging tips: miniUSB, microUSB, iPod / iPhone, Samsung 4, Nokia 2 and Sony Ericsson 2. Head on down to the source link if you're anxious to drive one more faction out of your current domestic situation.
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Charge up to 4,000 different mobile electronic devices in one simple solution

Barcelona, Spain – February 16, 2011 – IDAPT, a leading mobile technology leader, is excited to announce the availability of the new IDAPT i2+ universal charger. The new charger, announced originally at CES, 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 connection to meet all mobile electronic charging needs. The new i2+ also features IDAPT's unique interchangeable tips system, making it compatible with over 4,000 different devices including iPad, iPhone, 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+ is available now for $39.99 at and soon at PC Richard, Batteries Plus, BiMart,,, and with other IDAPT branded products. The packaging includes 6 of the most popular tips – miniUSB, microUSB, iPod/iPhone, Samsung 4, Nokia 2 and Sony Ericcson 2. Additional tips can be purchased at
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