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New High Speed Multi-Charger from TomTom

TomTom have announced the release of a new High Speed Multi-Charger that can charge up to three devices at once.

Anyone planning a long drive – possibly with kids in tow – this Easter season will be delighted to hear about a new multi-charger from TomTom.

It promises to ensure that all in car entertainment devices – in-car DVD systems, mobile phone charges, iPads and more can all charge all while navigating with their TomTom device, too.

The new TomTom high speed multi-charger lets you charge up to three devices at once, but it also charges up to four times faster than previous charger models, too.

A problem many drivers experience when looking to charge devices in their car is that while many chargers on the market claim they can charge up to 2.1 amps, that power is normally split between different ports.

What this means is that if you plug in more than one device full charge is lost. The new TomTom High Speed Multi-Charger comes with two dedicated USB ports however, to provide full power at all times.

“The new High Speed Multi-Charger is the first TomTom accessory that enables users to charge their sat nav device and other mobile devices at the same time – such as their phone or a power-hungry portable DVD player – and to charge them faster than with other chargers,” says Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director at TomTom.

“Sleek, small and boasting TomTom’s award-winning design, this is a neat in-car, in-truck, or in-caravan charger.”

As well as a 1.2 amp USB charging port for mobile phones or MP3 players, the device also comes with a 2.1 amp port to speed-charge high power USB devices such as an iPad or iPhone.

TomTom claims that this charges up to four times faster – without impacting the other port’s charging capability. Plus there’s a dedicated port for powering 12V in-car devices like DVD players.

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