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Idapt Charging Station: Also Cures Gadget Addiction


The good thing about conventional chargers for our gadgets is that most, if not all of them let us continue to use our gadgets even while they’re charging. Sure, it’ll take longer to charge but hey, Dragon Quest IX beckons. But if you’re willing to deprive yourself of your gadgets for several hours, you can use stylish dock-style chargers, like the IDAPT charging station.

idapt charging station

It has three slots and several interchangeable charging tips, so you can use it to charge a variety of random devices at once.


You can order the IDAPT at Firebox; the grey version costs £29.99 (approx. $47 USD), while the black version, which also has an additional USB port as shown above, costs £39.99 (approx. $63).

[via 7Gadgets]

Comments (4):

  1. Black ICE says:

    This thing has a big flaw: not all devices have a connector big enough to support all the weight. Therefore devices with broken connectors will be more common with that charging device.

    • lambert v. says:

      Ah right, a DS might be too much for the mini-USB connector.

      • Black ICE says:

        Not only a DS. Also most Smartphones with Miniusb are too heavy and will break over time.

        Altough Microusb is smaller, it is more sturdy (Specs says, it must withstand 100 times more than Miniusb and that it should be made of Steel) and could be strong enough not to break.

        Also the Nokia Communicators are too heavy and the connector will break over time.

  2. Peter Jones says:

    Black Ice – Notice the USB port on the side! Common sense needed
    My iPhone, Kindle 3 and Nokia are all fine – the iPad uses the USB port

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