January 8, 2010 | Andy Boxall
Five new iPhone chargers from XtremeMac have been unveiled at the CES show in Las Vegas. They form part of the InCharge range and are said to decrease charging time and provide more functionality than the standard iPhone/iPod charger.
We begin with the InCharge Home, likely to retail at $29.99, which has two USB charging ports and the InCharge Home Plus which adds international socket adaptors to make it ideal for travel as well as home use. The Home Plus has a price of $39.99. The $19.99 InCharge Auto does as one would expect and provides a small, one-piece charging solution for your iPhone inside your car.
The InCharge range continues with two rechargeable battery packs, the Portable and the Mobile. The Portable’s battery pack is powered by a wall charger and provides a flip-out stand to convert the iPhone into an easily viewable video screen, alarm or digital picture frame. The Mobile’s battery is a part of a protective case and gives an extra four hours talktime from a full charge. Both battery packs will cost $79.99.
XtremeMac have given a March 2010 release date in the USA for all the above products.