New QuadCharge Universal Charging Station Revolutionizes Mobile Accessories Market and Cleans Up Home Design

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The perfect holiday gift for anyone, the QuadCharge charges over thousands of devices and improves home design.

To amp up for the holiday season, the innovators at Gomadic Corporation announced today the release of the amazing new QuadCharge Universal Charging Station on The QuadCharge was created to charge four devices at the same time while ensuring a clean, streamlined environment that's free of outlet eyesores like tangled cords and wires. Enabled by Gomadic's renowned TipExchange Technology, the QuadCharge allows users to easily charge and exchange their PDAs, cell phones, smart phones, Mp3 players, video/media players, portable video games and GPS receivers by simply removing and replacing the adapter tips that lock into the cables on the station deck. This translates into much more than a four-device solution and provides thousands of charging options.

"We wanted to take tip exchange to the next level," says Gomadic President Don Cayelli. "The QuadCharge does just that by taking our recyclable concept home. It lets the entire family charge in one clean, tangle-free setting that makes you proud to invite your friends over."

Winner of PocketNow's Editor's Choice Award, the QuadCharge is also highly cost effective; it completely eliminates the need to buy and maintain separate home and away chargers for the dozens of devices a single family can accumulate. From the iPhone and Blackberry to Bluetooth and Motorolla Razr, the QuadCharge powers almost any combination of devices with only one AC adapter making it an amazing one-stop solution for today's upgrade-de-jour culture.

"People are just tired of paying high fees for device upgrades just to look at the spaghetti next their outlets," Cayelli says. "While technology is supposed to make life easier, the resulting wall warts and added costs of charging cables put some snags in the road."

Unlike other charging stations that simply hide messy adapters and cords with a power strip inside the box, the QuadCharge offers a safe alternative that doesn't increase the fire risks associated with cramping high wattage into a closed space. The QuadCharge also eliminates the labor intensive process of threading and unthreading charging cables inside a hollow shell each time you upgrade a device like the other products on the market.

With features in a variety of media from leaders like "Gizmodo" and "Treo Central," the QuadCharge is getting noticed worldwide.

"I love the Gomadic QuadCharge. The design is simple and blends in well with any decor. It has tons of uses as well. Schools and labs that use rechargeable equipment can have a nice clean-looking charging station. Mobile tech vans can put a QuadCharge in for all their needs," says Mike Benton, Contributing Editor of

"Sturdy build (slip-proof surface) and lots of charging tips allows you not to have to sacrifice quality for convenience," says Jason Chen from industry giant "Oh, and it's reasonably priced too, which makes this a definite buy if you've got multiple gadgets to charge,"

"The QuadCharge Universal Charging Station from Gomadic is definitely a handy tool that can help you organize and de-clutter your office. If you're also trying to find a more Zen-like existence, this product might be perfect . . ." says Julie Strietelmeier, Editor-and-Chief of the Gadgeteer.

The QuadCharge is available for sale at or for review by contacting

About Gomadic
Taking its name from today's burgeoning class of "nomadic" technology users, Gomadic was formed to help businesses integrate their existing mobile tools with the flexibility, responsiveness, and increased productivity of wireless technology. Their Tip Exchange Technology is just one of the many reliable products Gomadic has created to streamline the mobile marketplace with accessories such as PDA mounts, chargers, adapters, and USB and GPS cables. Headquartered in the heart of Northern Virginia's Technology Corridor, Gomadic provides solutions worldwide.


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