There comes a time in every tech fan’s life when he or she has a moment of self-realization. You go to plug something in, and you realize you have two huge power strips plugged into the outlet and every single one of the slots is full. It’s a cross we all have to bear, but there’s a better way. Check out the NTONPOWER Charging Station, which has 10 built-in USB ports with 2.4A each. It also has slots to hold all of your phones, tablets, eReaders, and whatever else, keeping all your gear organized and your cables tangle-free while you charge.
Here are some highlights from the product page:
- ✔ 10 Ports USB Charging:Customized one-stop charging equipment in public places. 10 ports USB charging with stand,total output of 120W high-power which can charge up to 5V 2.4A per port simultaneously. It works smoothly with any USB-powered device such as iPhone Fitbit Samsung iPad Andriod Galaxy LGG5, HTC, cameras, eReaders, Bluetooth headsets, speakers and more
- ✔ Intelligent Temperature Control: Cooling fan starts when the unit reaches 65℃and stops when the temperature drops down to 45℃. When something goes wrong and the unit reaches 100℃, it will cut off power automatically which brings a much better heat dissipation effect for your devices because of its built-in ventilation holes design. Stable& Safe
- ✔ Multi -SafetyProtections & Optimal Output Distribution – Each port auto-detects the amps of attached devices individually, adjusting and distributing optimal output for a safe and quick charging
- ✔ Cool Mini Bus Design with Stand:The item can be a beautiful ornament in your home & office.The rubbery base of this cell phone docking station has a good gripping ability for holding all devices.You can put the devices on the stand when charging for them which makes desk neat and space saving
- ✔ Tender Blue Indicator: LED light indicates working status, On/Off switch can cut off the current.
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