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    « Giz Wiz Show #1554 for Jan 22nd, 2016 - our 38th Independently Produced Giz Wiz Show | Main | Want to drink your coffee at exactly the same temperature every time? »

    Forget about carrying a bunch of chargers and cables when you travel.

    When you get a thin, easy-to-carry-notebook computer, you’re often forced to carry a large, ungainly looking power supply to charge it. At Showstoppers, a company called Zolt changed that with a new laptop charger that they say is the world's smallest and lightest. Dubbed the Zolt Laptop Charger Plus, it’s actually more than a power brick for your computer. The top of the Zolt has 3 USB ports built in that allow it to charge multiple gadgets at the same time. One USB port can power your laptop, (up to 70 watts, which company says is about 90% of all laptops) while the other two can charge other USB devices, like your smartphone, and tablet. At three inches long, 1.3” in diameter and weighting just three ounces, it is the smallest I’ve seen. Available in three colors, it also features a fold-down plug that rotates 90º to squeeze into tight spots. 110V to 240V voltage. The Zolt Laptop Charger Plus ships with a 6ft. laptop charging cable, 8 Interchangeable PC tips and Travel Pouch. $99.99. (Cable for an Apple laptop is an additional $19.99.)

    Giz Wiz CES Video: https://youtu.be/fsuZ_kQkWoI

    More infohttp://www.gozolt.com/laptop-charger-plus/ 

    Amazon link: http://amzn.to/1OzxFHz 

    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1554

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