Windows Phone Accessory Review: IDAPT i4

If your household is anything like mine, you face the challenge of keeping multiple Windows Phones charged without creating a tangled mess of charger cords. Add a few iPhones (yes, I'm out numbered in my house) and other electronic devices into the mix and the number of cords grows tremendously.

One possible solution is the IDAPT i4 charging solution. The i4 can charge three devices, cord free, from tip chargers and another device via the USB port.

The charging base measures approximately 5.25 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches and takes up very little counter space.

IDAPT i4 Charger and charging tips

The i4 base package is offered in white or black and comes with six tips (micro USB, mini USB, iPhone, Samsung, Nokia, and Sony). Just choose which you need, snap them into the base and your in business. The tip of the micro and mini USB charging tip is a little on the long side, which helps it connect to odd shaped devices (headsets, speakers, etc.).

Another nice feature of the i4 is a dedicated power switch. When not in use, just turn the charger off to avoid it from becoming an energy vampire.


Using the i4 for the past few days, it is nice not to have a wall socket full of chargers and a counter covered in cords. The i4 allows me to charge two iPhones, a Bluetooth Car Speakerphone and my HTC Titan with only needing one cord (the USB to the Titan). The IDAPT i4 is a nice charging solution for the multiple device household.

All in all, I liked the i4 and would recommend it.  The only downside (and I use the term loosely) is that, depending on the device charging port orientation, you may find yourself with devices positioned in various manners.

IDAPT i4 with phones

You can purchase the i4 directly through IDAPT or from various online retailers such as The i4 is running just shy of $60 and extra charging tips will run you about $10.

Oh, if you only need two charging tips IDAPT offers the i2 for $40 that has two charging stations plus the USB port.

George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.