In July of this year, the technology and software manufacturer equinux (headquarters in Munich) launched two new interesting products: the charging cable tizi lateral thinker with angled Lightning or micro USB connector and the mobile battery charger tizi LAADAAA, with which you can charge either AA or AAA batteries via USB cable. At this point I would like to briefly introduce you to the new releases; Appropriate test items and a raffle for the products will follow soon;) Now the Subscribe to the Sir Apfelot newsletter and don't miss anything!
The equinux tizi Querdenker / in charging cable is available with a Lightning connection for iOS devices as well as with a micro USB connection for Android devices, Kindle readers, mobile devices such as cameras and technical accessories. The name already suggests: This is not a completely normal cable. Because contrary to the straight USB-A connector, which can be plugged into the charger or the USB port of a computer, the Lightning or micro-USB connector on the tizi Querdenker cable is angled by 90 °.
The equinux tizi LAADAAA battery charger is made for mobile charging of AA and AAA batteries. The electricity is fed in via a micro-USB connection so that the charger can be used with the mobile phone charger, a charging cable for USB connections and the like. Whether at home, in the car, in the office, at the airport or on vacation - you can charge batteries for cameras, MP3 players, dictation machines, Game Boy or selfie sticks pretty much anywhere with the equinux tizi LAADAAA battery charger. It is compatible with nickel metal hydride (NiMH) and LSD nickel metal hydride (LSD NiMH) batteries in sizes R6 / HR6 and R03 / HR03.
You can also use the mobile and flexible charger for batteries Buy at Amazon (available from August 11, 2018).
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