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iTeach Desktop Sync/Charger by Balt

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Easily charge and/or sync up to eight USB tablet or phone devices right on your desktop with the compact iTeach Desktop Sync/Charger by Balt. Controlled power management knows which devices need more power, helping to extend battery life and saving energy. Includes four charge indicators and on/off power switch. Charge or sync up to eight devices with one power cord to the wall. USB port in the back of unit is used to sync to a master device, or daisy chain several together using a USB hub. Unit works with most tablets and other devices that are charged via USB.

Apple devices can be setup and configured using the Apple Configurator available directly from Apple and synced using iTunes. Non-Apple devices will appear as USB drives and can sync via dragging and dropping. Contact your tablet manufacturer to understand the best method of transferring files for your specific device.

Recommended devices: Versions of the Apple iPad, Apple iPad Mini, Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble Nook, HP TouchPad, Dell Streak, and Samsung Galaxy

Other Features

  • Powder-coated steel body
  • Device slots feature 5 stage LED light chargeing indicators, 6 with syncing unit
  • Device slots measure 12.26"H x 8.2"W x .96"D each
  • 9 foot power cord included
  • Automatic charger emulation profile cycling for USB-IF BC1.2DCP (Android), YD/T-1591 (Apple iPad and iPhone), and RIM (Blackberry) devices. Firmware is upgradable for future devices
  • Ships fully assembled
As Low As $406.95

MSRP $709.00

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