Emerge Technologies, a company that has some degree of expertise in the retractable products segment, has recently announced the launch of their ReTrak 4 in 1 Charge & Sync that has been designed to improve the mobility offered by mobile devices like the iPhone (News
). The ReTrak 4 in 1 promises to deliver to its users a heightened level of utility, flexibility and handiness with its innovative and cutting edge design.
This system can be recharged in a car, with a plug point on a wall or even using the computer. ReTrak comes with dual USB power port functionality. This helps users to recharge several devices at the same time. ReTrak’s retractable USB 2.0 cable also finds utility in being able to sync with a computer.
Apart from the iPhone, ReTrak is also compatible with other mobile devices like Zune, Sansa and the Nintendo DS family of appliances. Every ReTrak appliances is bundled with an independent charger adapter and USB cable which offers a tailor made connection for each device.
Company officials said that ReTrak is expected to find mass appeal because of its compact design that is innovative and multifaceted rendering it as an ideal mobile application.
Emerge Technologies have made available models which as specifically suited for iPod/iPhone – and 3GS – and most other latest mobile equipments like micro USB models, Zune and Sansa , Philips (News
), Archos and Nintendo DS.
The company also plans to soon launch GPS and Bluetooth enabled charging adapters. Its dual USB ports offer a charging power of upto 1.2 amps. ReTrak also has a compact design that can be folded and connected to wall plugs or car charging points with its own cover.
The USB 2.0 retractable sync and power cable completes the bundle. Emerge Technologies has decided to price the ReTrak 4 in 1 combo charger at $24.99 and it will be distributed through major retailers soon.
Emerge Technologies makes available more than 150 cutting edge retractable offerings which have been devised to improve mobility from every angle. Its ReTrak is an initiative in this direction.
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Edited by Kelly McGuire