Desktop charging station features a wireless charging pad for a fast, convenient way to charge your device without directly plugging in. Five USB ports offer more options to power additional devices. Slotted design conveniently charges multiple devices simultaneously while keeping everything neatly organized. Integrated circuits with fast-charging technology offers a faster way to charge your devices. Advanced technology prevents overcharging, short circuits and overheating to keep your devices safe. Silicone, rubberized surface creates more friction to prevent devices from sliding.
|Categories||Kantek ElectronicsKantek Batteries & Electrical SuppliesKantek Charging Stations|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||DC1300B|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DC1300B|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.kantek.com|
|Packaged Quantity||1 Each|
|Product Name||Wireless Charging Pad Charging Station|
|Product Type||Induction Charger|
|Assembly Required||No assembly is required|
|Contains Recycled Materials||N|
|Unit of Measure||EA|
|Ships via UPS||Y|
|This item is sold by the||EA|
|Country of Origin||CN|
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