Ventev charging solutions for home and on the go
We’ve spent a few weeks using some of Ventev’s new line of in-house and in-car chargers and really think you should check them out. There are a number of options at your disposal, including single USB and dual-USB options.
We first saw these new products at CES in January where Ventev was kind enough to provide us with some samples. It’s hard to talk at length about this sort of thing but, suffice it to say, these are great devices with very attractive price points.
Whether you need to charge up your phone (1A), tablet (2.1A), or a combination of the two, Ventev has a solution for you. Several of the products we checked out included a rapid charging feature which helps cut down the time you spend plugged in. You know, so you can be mobile with that mobile device.
Depending on your needs, you can also score one of these chargers with or without a cable. If this seems like there are a lot of options to choose from, it’s because there are. Of course, you can also pick up the bundle with Apple products in mind as well. Whatever the case, you’re out the door for $15-$40.
While you’re at it, be sure to check out some of Ventev’s other products and solutions. There is also plethora of color options for flat, tangle-free cords, as well as protective cases for select devices. Everything we’ve tested thus far has been solid and we’ve had no reservations in recommending them to friends and family. Speaking of which, somehow the green and pink cords have disappeared.
What we like:
- A ton of charging options to choose from
- Quality built
- Priced to sell
- Cables in your favorite colors
Room for improvement:
- Could have more online availability
Where to buy:
Ventev accessories are available from premier cellular and consumer electronics resellers, or by ordering over the phone at 800.759.9996 . We found a number of products on Amazon.com with prices that run the gamut. Poke around and we’re certain you’ll find something worth purchasing!
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