Tired of carrying multiple bulky chargers? Tired of bringing the wrong power brick?
The Zolt charger, voted a Consumer Electronics Product of the year, will solve this for you.
Rather than copying Zolt's info here, you can go to www.gozolt.com to read it all and to buy this great product.
But let me explain, the Zolt is about 3.5 inches long and just over an inch in diameter, but octagonal rather than round. On one end are flip-out prongs to plug into a wall outlet. On one side are three USB ports; the top port and very close to the end without the prongs is a laptop charger while the next two are for any devices that can be charged via USB. The Zolt comes standard with one power chord for the specified laptop (PC, older Mac, or newer Mac). I actually bought all three because my office uses PC and my personal machines of choice are Macs. The PC chord comes with a wide variety of adapters, to accommodate almost any PC.
The Zolt has intelligent charging so it knows what your charging device needs for power.
I have used it to charge: MacBook Air, wife's MacBook Pro, two different office PCs, iPhone, iPad, a few different portable Braille displays and a couple other gadgets. Provided the laptop isn't a power hog, you can charge multiple devices simultaneously.
I have no financial interest in Zolt, I'm just a very happy customer. I bring the Zolt, the right power chord, and a set of 4 inch Amazon cables (that are always in my bag) and I can charge anything.
Hope those of you who travel with a variety of electronics find this review useful and, if you can, buy yourself a $99 Zolt.