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XtremeMac intros new line of InCharge iPad/iPhone chargers

updated 02:50 pm EDT, Thu August 19, 2010

Three new home and mobile chargers

XtremeMac has introduced its new InCharge line of charging accessories for Apple devices, consisting of the InCharge Duo, the InCharge Auto, and InCharge Home. The InCharge Duo is designed as a dual-charging dock that enables users to power two iPhone, iPad, or iPod models simultaneously. Features include a built-in LED status indicator that displays the current charge status of each device, a removable iPad adapter, and a compact design made to fit on desk or counter-top surfaces.

The InCharge Auto is a portable charging device also made for the iPad, iPod, and iPhone. It includes a one piece design that supports 12V accessory outlets, as well as an integrated power status indicator and safety fuse.

Lastly, the InCharge Home is a dual USB wall charger which can be used to simultaneously charge any two iPhones, iPads, or iPods. It's small enough to leave one of the two wall outlets available while plugged in, and supports a 30pin USB cable for charging and syncing.

All three models are currently available from the company's website, and are priced at $60 for the InCharge Duo, $25 for the InCharge Auto, and $35 for the InCharge Home.








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  1. Longwalker

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iPhone blocks iPad!

    Didn't XtremeMac consider that one might want to use, or at least look at, one's iPad while it's charging???!!! They mounted the iPhone directly in front of the iPad. DOH!

  1. facebook_Michael

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    InCharge Duo Available at Apple Stores

    I almost picked up the duo at an Apple store two days ago. It actually retails for $49.95 at the store, so you may be able to get it for less than the $60 quoted above.

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