iDapt Charging Stands Aren’t Wireless But Should Eliminate The Clutter
Powermat’s hold on the wireless charging market isn’t about to get unseated anytime soon, but if that option proves too expensive, or perhaps a tad too snazzy then there is always iDapt, a poor man’s Powermat…sort of. Actually, it has little in common with Powermat except that it uses a single stand to charge a multitude of devices.
Instead of a wireless or inductive charging, the iDapt stands feature up to 4 modular ports that accept a wide variety of charging tips, making them compatible with up to 3,500 products. Course you’ll need to purchase additional inputs, that is assuming the 6 included aren’t a fit with your products.
The iDapt stands start at $34.95, while the adapter go for $9.99 a pop.