Monday, 21 September 2009

Messless Universal Charging Station Multi-Unit Charger Takes Out the Tangle

If your office is anything like mine, you've got a nice collection of
chargers and charging devices littering the landscape. Between the
various adaptors and the mess of cords it looks like some kind of black
spaghetti food fight has just taken place on my desk. There are several
charging devices on the market today that claim to take the mess out of
your various charging activities, but I have yet to see one do it with
the style of the Messless Charger universal charging station.

As it's name so cleverly implies, the Messless charger was designed to
help alleviate some of the clutter associated with the charging of
multiple electronic devices. It has basically taken all of the mess and
compressed it into a sleek-looking stand upon which you connect your
cell phones, iPods and whatnot. If you are worried about it looking like
some sort of clunky piece of plastic on your counter, you can relax.
Giugiaro, voted in 1999 as the best designer of the 20th century,
designed the Messless. And since the designer has only one name, you
know it has to be good.
The Messless system includes six interchangeable connectors that are
compatible with the Sony Ericsson K750 and Nokia phones, iPod, Mini USB,
Sony Ericsson, PSP, digital cameras and the like. You can charge up to
four devices at once on the platform but the manufacturer clearly states
that it's not meant for laptops or other higher-voltage devices. Think
small with this one, folks.

Color: Black
Mains powered (UK adapter included).
Input: 12 VDC, 5 A.
Output (each terminal): 4.5 - 5.4 VDC, 500mA.
Weight approx: 485-g (1.1-lb)
Size approx: 20(W) x 20(L) x 6.5(H)-cm (8 x 8 x 2.5-in)
The Messless is available for shipment all over the world from for 69.95GBP ($113).

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