Our showcase of USB charging related products are offered in six exciting colors.
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Every one of our USB chargers is equipped with at least one high output USB charging port for high demand devices, and a second port to charge phones, games, and other ordinary USB charged products.
In 2009 all of the world phone manufacturers held a conference and decided to come up with a “standard charging solution”. One way to charge instead of 10 different connections to each particular brand.
As of 1 January 2012 most phones will no longer come with the bulky chargers and adapters we have been frustrated with over the years. Most phones won’t even have any charger in the box. Now you will have the convenience of just using your USB cord for charging… even Apple users. Apple cords use the Apple connection on one end and the USB on the other end of the cord.
In 2009, nearly a third of all households had at least four rechargeable electronic devices – such as cell phones, MP3 players, and handheld gaming devices – charging in the home.
8G Electronics created the USB Sock-IT brand to solve the modern day problems of charging personal devices. The USB Sock-IT brand includes unique USB related cords, portable chargers, and new revolutionary energy-saving chargers for the home or office.
8G Electronics LLC is located in Memphis, Tennessee and co-ops with Great Southern Corporation. The warehouse is equipped with full EDI capability to ensure seamless transactions and inventory control with major US retail chains. The central US location is minutes from the World’s largest air cargo terminal, Burlington Northern’s brand new container yard, FedEx, all truck line terminals, Walmart’s new cross-dock facility, 7 expressways, 5 railroad terminals, 53 Mississippi river terminals, direct rail access to the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific coast ports, and the Memphis International Airport.