Bluelounge Refresh Charging Station

by Mark R

blueloung_refresh_640We have seen a lot gadget-charging contraptions that involve setting it on a platform and forgetting about it, such as the Wildcharge and the Powermat. Just in case you are wondering, the BlueLounge is not one of them, and has nothing to do with Bluetooth.

If you look closely, you can see the wires charging your favorite mobile devices. The purpose of the BlueLounge is to give your gadgets their own space so they spend a lot less time cluttering your room. As if your mobiles aren’t dominating your space already.

The BlueLounge Refresh comes with six built-in connectors including two regular USBs, one Mini USB, a micro USB, and then two for the iPod/iPhone. Of course, there are more connectors available to buy separately, like Nokia and Motorola products, not to mention the Nintendo DS Lite or Sony PSP, for those of you who like mobile gaming.

So, the BlueLounge Refresh apparently isn’t the wireless place to put all of our mobiles, but does it really have to be? Most of these wireless chargers seem to require some adapter that I have to put on my device, so I think we are a long way away from just putting our devices on a little shelf and just forgetting about them until they power up.

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