XtremeMac unveils iPhone chargers for home, car

The company's new InCharge Mobile device will offer a larger battery capacity, while its three new car chargers will offer a more compact design.

LAS VEGAS--XtremeMac has added a few more Apple device chargers to its lineup.

Designed to charge an iPhone, iPod, or iPad either at home or on the go, the vendor's new InCharge Mobile device offers a 2300 mAh battery capacity. That's one of the largest capacities on the market, according to XtremeMac, and is equal to one full charge. Retailing for $79.99, the new charger also comes with a stand to prop up the device in landscape mode, an LED battery status signal, an on/off switch, and a micro USB cable to not only charge the device but sync its data.

On the auto front, the $24.99 InCharge Auto USB comes with a detachable USB to 30 Pin cable for charging and syncing in the car. The $29.99 InCharge Auto Plus includes an additional USB port to charge a second device. And the $49.99 InCharge Auto AUX offers a 3.5mm jack and cable to play music from the device through the car stereo.

The InCharge Mobile, InCharge Auto USB, InCharge Auto Plus, and InCharge Auto AUX, respectively
The InCharge Mobile, InCharge Auto USB, InCharge Auto Plus, and InCharge Auto AUX, respectively XtremeMac

Announced today at the Consumer Electronics Show, the new chargers are available for sale at XtremeMac's Web site.

XtremeMac sells a variety of add-ons for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad, including chargers, docks, cases, and cables.

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Journalist, software trainer, and Web developer Lance Whitney writes columns and reviews for CNET, Computer Shopper, Microsoft TechNet, and other technology sites. His first book, "Windows 8 Five Minutes at a Time," was published by Wiley & Sons in November 2012.

 

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