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Idapt's i1 Eco universal charger keeps it lean, mean, and definitely green

Darren Murph
01.05.11
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You won't have a difficult time hunting down a charger these days, but hunting down a good one? Now that's a challenge. If you're looking for something that's off of the beaten path (and shamelessly fond of Ma Earth), Idapt's new i1 Eco may be precisely what the doctor ordered. It's a universal charger with two points of charger: a USB port and a tip port, the latter of which is useful for "over 4,000 gadgets" include the iPad, iPhone, PSP, your Xbox 360 controller and your GPS unit. It features an auto-off system that disables it when not in use, and a restart button kicks things back into gear when the time comes. It's slated to ship this spring, but only heaven knows for how much.

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IDAPT Debuts CES Innovations Award Honoree i1 Eco Universal Charger

Check out the award winning charger during CES in the North Hall, iLounge Pavilion, Booth #4216

Barcelona, Spain – January 5, 2011 – IDAPT, a leading mobile technology leader, is excited to announce the new IDAPT i1 Eco dual universal charger. The compact IDAPT i1 Eco is made of recycled materials, meets Energy Star standards, and minimizes the user's carbon footprint while charging most electronic devices.

The IDAPT i1 Eco charger helps conserve energy through its Auto-off system which turns off the charger while not in use and a re-start button to wake it when necessary. The dual charger can refuel mobile devices while at home or the go via wall outlet or included car adapter with minimal impact on the environment. Additionally, no chemical painting is used during the manufacturing process in order to ease the process of future recycling.
The IDAPT i1 Eco has two points of charge, a USB port and a tip port. The future-proof interchangeable tips system makes the IDAPT i1 Eco compatible with over 4,000 different devices including iPad and iPhone as well as BlackBerry, Nintendo PSP, XBOX controllers, GPS systems and Bluetooth products.

IDAPT i1 Eco will be available in Spring 2011. More information about IDAPT's new CES products can be found at IDAPTweb.com/CES 2011.

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