iPhone and iPad users can always charge their devices by using their power adapter. But wouldn’t it be nice if you could just connect your iPhone to your wall socket with a USB cable to get it charged. Adding USB ports to your wall outlets is the way to go. Here are 7 ways you can go about doing that:
U-Socket USB Wallplug: these are easy to install and give you two USB ports to work with. These charge smartphones that accept USB power.
RCA WP2UWR USB Wall Plate: this transforms any dual outlet to into two USB charging outlets with a single standard outlet. One of these USB outlets is compatible with the iPad.
Belkin BV106050-CW 6 Outlet Surge Protector with USB: this is useful for offices. It not only has plenty of outlets for all your gadgets, it has 2 USB ports. This is a surge protector too.
Energizer iSurge Travel Charging Station: a surge protector that charges your Mac, iPad, and iPhone at the same time. It has a 30 pin dock at the top which is very nice.
MiniDock for iPhone: turns any outlet in your home to a dock for your iOS smartphone. It does not require you to change your power outlet to get this to work.
Power2U AC Wall Outlet: this is a dual socket wall outlet with 2 USB ports. It has an energy saving design. It installs on standard 15A electrical circuits.
Quattro USB Wall Outlets: adds 4 USB ports to your wall outlet. These are great for folks who have multiple iOS gadgets at home.
Thanks to the above products, you can use your wall outlet as a USB charger for your iPhones and iPads.
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