New Type-C 75W Travel Charger Available Now

SAN DIEGO- (January 10, 2018)- Satechi, a brand known for blending form and function to create useful desktop solutions, introduces the new Type-C 75W Multiport Travel Charger. This product is perfect for the tech lover or busy business person on the go. Offering four charging ports, consumers can charge multiple devices and work on differing projects at one time.

The Satechi Travel Charger features two USB-A 3.0 charging ports, a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 port, and a USB-C port which supports fast charging for the iPhone X, 8/ 8 Plus, and iPad Pro (up to 60W with an Apple USB-C to Lightning cable). The charger supports up to 75W and all four ports can be used simultaneously- designed with efficiency in mind.

Its compact design allows consumers to keep their devices powered while traveling. Offering an input range of of 100-240V, the Satechi Type-C 75W Travel Charger meets voltage requirements of various countries. Don't worry about getting your work done over seas- simply pack your travel charger and enjoy the trip!

Be sure to snatch our newest product- designed to do more with less- for $64.99 at and


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About Satechi:

Satechi believes that technology should be limitless, timeless, and forever evolving to fit your modern lifestyle. The brand produces tech products and accessories that make everyday life more convenient for the fast-paced world we live in. Satechi strives for efficiency without compromising style. Each Satechi product is made with tough and durable materials, while still maintaining a sleek design perfect for the contemporary individual. For more information, please visit

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Type-C 75W Travel Charger is a great innovation for the electronic world and the product is now available to the market. It can be used for multiple uses and the most added feature of it that it can be carried out anywhere you want and use it without a power connection. More you can get on Hotmail Support for details.

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