New USB Chargers Feature Multiple Device Charging for Smartphones and Tablets including the iPad
LAS VEGAS -- International CES, Center Hall, Booth 10406-10418 -- Audiovox Corporation (Nasdaq: VOXX) - With the popularity of Smartphones and Tablets, and unit sales increasing with all portable devices like digital cameras, iPods and MP3 players, consumers are becoming more and more dependent upon keeping their devices fully charged. Today, RCA announced five new models of USB charging products, including a clock radio that offers USB charging.
"Our new line of charging stations offer consumers the power and charging capabilities they demand along with the convenience they desire. We have created a line of products which put the USB and AC outlets where the consumers need them most, from the family room to the kitchen to the bedroom nightstand," said David Benedetti, Manager of Industrial Design.
Stylish RCA Charging Docks
With a beautiful high-gloss black finish to complement the most sophisticated Smartphones, the slim design of the RCA USB Charging Dock is perfect for the office, family room or bedroom. This dock cradles the mobile phone while charging. There are two USB ports that provide fast, full-speed charging for two Smartphones or one Tablet. One of the two USB outlets on the charging dock provides 2.1 amp, which is necessary for charging the iPad.
On the backside of the charging base is a convenient AC outlet. The PCHSTAB2 is for Droid, BlackBerry or any other USB mobile phones. The suggested retail price is $24.99.
RCA PCHSTAB1 offers a 30-pin cradle for charging the iPhone, iPad and iPod models. The suggested retail price is $29.99. Both models will be available in May 2011.
Perfect for Charging at Home or while Traveling
Utilizing the same USB charging capability, the new RCA PCHCLIPR converts any standard power outlet into two, charging USB outlets. Both USB outlets have two full amps of charging power and are integrated into a small clip that plugs into a standard power outlet.
One of the USB outlets has been optimized and provides 2.1 amps for the iPad tablet.
The PCHCLIPR design incorporates many of today's home decor including clean lines and popular white color. The unique ID holds the portable device being charged off of dirty counters, table tops, and floors where spills can damage the device. The PCHCLIPR is available in March 2011 with a suggested retail of $19.99.
RCA introduced model RC107, which is a clock radio with built-in USB charging capability. It is perfect for charging Smartphones in the bedroom. This charging clock radio is available in April 2011 with a suggested retail price of $14.99.
For the traveler, the RCA PCHUSB2R is a small, compact, 2 amp USB charger. It offers fast charging for two Smartphones or one Tablet. The protective cap covers the prongs and protects your travel gear from damage. It will be available this March; the suggested retail price is $19.99.
To learn more about RCA and the new RCA USB charging products, please visit www.rcaaudiovideo.com.
Audiovox (Nasdaq: VOXX) is a recognized leader in the marketing of automotive entertainment, vehicle security and remote start systems, consumer electronics products and consumer electronics accessories. The company is number one in mobile video and places in the top ten of almost every category that it sells. Among the lines marketed by Audiovox are its mobile electronics products including mobile video systems, auto sound systems including satellite radio, vehicle security and remote start systems; consumer electronics products such as MP3 players, digital camcorders, DVRs, Internet radios, clock radios, portable DVD players, multimedia products like digital picture frames and home and portable stereos; consumer electronics accessories such as indoor/outdoor antennas, connectivity products, headphones, speakers, wireless solutions, remote controls, power & surge protectors and media cleaning & storage devices; Energizer®-branded products for rechargeable batteries and battery packs for camcorders, cordless phones, digital cameras and DVD players, as well as for power supply systems, automatic voltage regulators and surge protectors. The company markets its products through an extensive distribution network that includes power retailers, 12-volt specialists, mass merchandisers and an OE sales group. The company markets products under the Audiovox, Advent, RCA, Jensen, Acoustic Research, Energizer, Code Alarm, Invision, Prestige, Schwaiger, SURFACE and Terk brands. For additional information, visit our Web site at www.audiovox.com.
Laurie Shulman, Marina Maher Communications