By 26 July 2011 | Categories: news


Can this mean the end to unruly multiplug charging found in all gadget-friendly families’ homes? Branded technology accessories distributor Gammatek has announced the introduction of its new IDAPT i4 charging solution, enabling users to charge four portable devices simultaneously.

This device can be utilised to charge smartphones, MP3 players, GPS devices, as well as users’ digital cameras. According to Gammatek, the IDAPT’s patented interchangeable adapter tip system enables users to safely charge almost any combination of portable devices quickly and easily.

It features three charging points as well as an additional USB charging port and also boasts a ‘quick release’ tip system and an LED charging status light. The IDAPT i4 is compatible with north of 3500 electronic devices, including the latest models of all major brands the likes of Apple, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Garmin, LG, BlackBerry, HTC, Nintendo, TomTom as well as Sony’s PlayStation Portable (PSP).

“It is a simple solution to a problem that most of us experience sooner or later,” commented Gary Tooch of Gammatek. “The more gadgets we acquire the more chargers we need to keep track of and with the new IDAPT i4 you simply utilise it as a docking station at one central point in your house or office for all your electronic devises and never worry about having to find various chargers ever again.”
The IDAPT i4 by Gammatek is available at all major consumer, electronic and music retail stores nationwide and retails for approximately R499.


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