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Now you can have a magnet charger on your phone or tablet

Now you can have a magnet charger on your phone or tablet
image courtesy of ZNAPS

If you have a MacBook, you know that the charger is held in by a magnet. It's safer, because if you kick or jostle the cord, it will disconnect without breaking anything. Also, it's really easy to plug in without looking. Want that on your smartphone or tablet?

Well now you can get it with this cool contraption!

ZNAPS are the awesome adaptable chargers that let you juice up your gear without fear of tripping over the cord and knocking your gadget down or spilling water on the cord while charging and zapping your battery for good.

The ZNAPS adapter work exactly like your MacBook charger, with magnetic connection. The magnetic adapter inserts into your smartphone charging port and the charger adapter slips over the male end of your charging chord. Then all you have to do is put the two ends of the ZNAPS adapters together to start charging instantly.

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You can pop the ZNAPS charger on and off in seconds and be on your merry way.

The company has come up with designs for every possible smartphone charger so no matter what gadget you have, you'll be covered!

According to the ZNAPS website, the charger is the "perfect solution to prevent frayed charging cables, tripping over cable resulting in smashed phones, pointless fiddling to plug in cable in the dark, water damage through charging outlet, and more! This innovative magnetic charging adapter will make your life just a bit more convenient."

Not only can you use this cool charger adapter to give your battery a boost, but you can also use it to download files and transfer items from your smartphone to your desktop and vice versa.

It's in production now and will be ready for an official shipment in November, until then you can go to the ZNAPS site and preorder your magnetic charger.

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Source: Ubergizmo
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