Scosche debuts Revolt H4, a four-port, 10W USB charger at CTIA Wireless (updated: only two-port model available now)

Zachary Lutz
Z. Lutz|05.07.12

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Scosche debuts Revolt H4, a four-port, 10W USB charger at CTIA Wireless (updated: only two-port model available now)

Say goodbye to swapping out the litany of chargers at your desk or nightstand. It's time to streamline, and the crew at Scosche have a rather nice solution. The company is taking the wraps off of its Revolt H4 USB charger, which offers four 10W (2.1A) USB ports that'll properly (and quickly) reinvigorate up to four smartphones or tablets simultaneously. Sure, it's nothing like the 16 port behemoth of the PowerPad, but this is for home use, and we can't deny -- it's quite the temptress. Consumers may choose between the base model or the Revolt H4 Pro, which offers a micro-USB cable along with an adapter for Apple's dock connector. As another product of interest, Scosche is similarly introducing its 2.1 amp Recoil II car charger, which allows users to cut down on the clutter with its retractable cable while also quickly juicing up a single iOS device -- just hop the break for a peek. Pricing isn't yet available for either, but keep your eye on Scosche's website for the official word. For other charging solutions, you'll find the full PR after the break.

Update: Scosche just got in touch to say the four-port version won't be ready in time for CTIA Wireless, but the two-port Revolt H2 definitely will be, priced at $39.99. We've switched out the PR to reflect this.


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Scosche Announces Availability of Four New Multi USB-Port Home Chargers at CTIA 2012 – New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS – May 7, 2012 – Scosche Industries, award-winning innovator of consumer technology, is excited to announce the availability of four new 4 USB-port home chargers and display several new additions to its Power line of chargers at CTIA 2012. All of the new chargers work with the free Scosche reVIVE battery management app for both iOS and Android devices.

The immediately available reVIVE h4 and reVIVE h4 pro feature four 5 watt (1 amp) USB ports to charge four devices simultaneously. The reVIVE h4 pro model ships Scosche's 2-in-1 sync cable to charge either a 30 pin or micro USB device.

Also available now on are the reVOLT h2 and reVOLT h2 pro chargers, which both feature two 10 watt (2.1 amp) USB ports for charging two power hungry tablets simultaneously. Like the reVIVE h4 pro, the reVOLT h2 pro comes with a 2-in-1 sync cable. All four of the newly available chargers feature an ergonomic flat top design and flush folding wall prongs for added portability.

The new reVOLT c2 dual 10 Watt (2.1 amp) USB charger pack enough power to refuel two tablets simultaneously while on the go. The reVOLT c2 is the first and only shotgun shell sized car charger to fit two 2.1A USB ports into such a compact form factor. Scosche will also display the reVIVE pro h2, a two 5 watt (1 amp) port charger for charging two smartphones simultaneously.

The 2.1A reCOIL II car charger with a retractable 30 pin cable allows users to neatly charge an iPod, iPhone or iPad. The 3 foot long, magnetically locking cable eliminates unsightly cable clutter when not in use. Scosche will also unveil the newest generation of the ever popular reviveLITE docking charger and LED nightlight for iPod and iPhone. The reviveLITE III features a side 2.1A USB port for charging an iPad or additional device.

The company will also display a micro USB version of its popular flipCHARGE burst backup battery and charger at CTIA. Capable of charging an Android phone up to 30% of full power, the flipCHARGE provides an emergency burst of power. A folding USB cable allows users to charge and sync their phone while powering up the flipCHARGE burst.

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