(Nasdaq: IGOI), a leading provider of mobile accessories and power management solutions, has unveiled the small and convenient iGo Dual-USB Chargers ($19.99 MSRP) for mobile electronic devices, such as mobile phones, MP3 players, portable game consoles and more. While most USB chargers on the market only have one USB port, iGo’s new wall and car chargers have two USB ports. With the ability to charge two devices at once, the new iGo Dual-USB Chargers provide the ultimate in charging flexibility.
Measuring less than two and a half inches long and only three-quarters of an inch thick, the versatile iGo Dual-USB Wall Charger is one of the smallest wall chargers on the market. The charger also features folding AC plug blades, making it a convenient travel charging solution for powering electronic devices while on the go. And when it’s plugged in, there is no need to worry about wasted power since the iGo Dual-USB Wall Charger has excellent no-load power consumption and exceeds ENERGY STAR
requirements by more than 85%.
For those who find themselves on the open road, the iGo Dual-USB Car Charger provides two USB outputs that can simultaneously charge two phones, iPods, Gameboys or any other mobile device. The iGo Dual-USB Car Charger works with any standard in-vehicle outlet, allowing users to rapidly charge virtually all of their electronic devices at once while in the car.
Both iGo Dual-USB Chargers eliminate the need for multiple chargers by including USB power cables that attach to any iGo power tip. Additionally, any standard USB charging cable can be used, increasing the chargers’ usefulness. When purchased at iGo.com, the Dual-USB Chargers also include one free power tip for a mobile electronic device.
“With the proliferation of electronic devices on the market, we challenged our engineers to design a family of sleek chargers that could conveniently charge multiple devices at once. Whether you are at home, in the office, or on the road, the iGo Dual-USB Chargers offer a flexible charging solution,” said Michael D. Heil, president and chief executive officer of iGo.