Emerge Technologies releases Retractable Universal Netbook Combo Wall/Car Charger

Emerge Technologies has created an useful gadget  –  a universal combo wall/car Netbook charger. The new compact all-in-one solution comes with seven interchangeable tips to work with the most popular netbook and mini-computer models.

The Netbook Combo Charger has a footprint smaller than an iPhone,  features a fully retractable cable and one integrated USB port allowing to charge an additional device

Retractable Universal Netbook Combo Wall/Car Charger




  • Seven interchangeable tips to work with the most popular netbook and mini-computer models
  • Powers from any standard AC wall outlet or DC car/airplane outlet
  • USB port allows you to simultaneously charge other mobile devices
  • Compact and lightweight, the chargers foot-print is smaller than an iPhone
  • Charger, cables and tips are conveniently stored in a protective carry bag, ideal for travel
  • The retractable cable extends up to 6 feet and fully retracts for ultimate portability


The 40W Charger (Model ETCHGNETB), $69.99, will be available at major retailers and www.emergeretail.com in early February.

Source: Businesswire

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