Charging your gear is always a good thing, but when you leave it plugged in, did you know you�re actually still using energy? Even something that�s just plugged into the wall can still soak up some energy if it�s something that�s rechargeable. That�s why the IDAPT i1 Eco charger is here to shut off power to your stuff after it�s all juiced up, thereby being a little more eco-friendly.
The Eco is compatible with over 4,000 devices via interchangeable tips and has a USB output. It comes with three standard tips; an Apple dock connector, mini USB, and a micro USB and has input options of 12V from your vehicle, or 100-240V AC for while traveling. It charges everything from the iPad to your Xbox controllers and GPS systems. It�s made from recycled materials and works with pretty much every gadget out there. It�s about $30, and will appear in the second quarter of this year.