|By PR Newswire||
|August 7, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
SHENZHEN, China, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Poweradd released a 50W 6-port desktop USB charger recently, which is an industry-leading, popular and affordable gear.
In today's smart world, mobile devices become more and more ubiquitous, which also bring problems like too many adapters needed or lack of outlets.
"Say goodbye to multiple adapters and outlets, that's why we designed this desktop USB charger." Said Mars Huang, the product manager of Poweradd.
Poweradd 50W desktop USB charger main features:
Portable and international compatibility: with a portable size of 4.0" * 2.9" * 1.0", fits nicely on a countertop, desk, or nightstand. Wide input voltage range of 100 - 240V, compact but powerful, which is ideal for home use or international travel.
6-port to power: 6 USB outputs with enough power - 2*2.4A + 2*2.1A + 2*1A, easily charge up to 6 devices (phones, tablets or other USB-charged devices) at intended speed. 6-in-1 design makes it more space-saving and well-organized while charging. No more need to wait for your turn to use the outlet or hunt for spare adapters.
Safety first: With top-grade microchips and built-in fail-safes, you don't just get full power but full safety too. A build-in circuit protection system shuts off the charger automatically in the event of overvoltage, overcurrent, overheating or short circuits.
Multiple certifications: it was certificated by ETL, CETL, PSE, CB, CE and FCC, reliable and high performance.
Durability: Constructed of industrial-grade fireproof materials to ensure great durability.
"Making your smart life more easier to enjoy is what we seek," said Kevin Li, the general manager. "and we always do this with passion."
Additional details on this desktop charger are available at www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KHP6UVQ or www.ipoweradd.com, those interested can also follow Poweradd on Facebook or Twitter for additional updates.
Poweradd is a leading multinational company in electronics, mobile device accessories and aim to help customers enjoying the smart life more easily.
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