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Targus brings in SmartSurge4 having two USB slots in India

By Digital Edge Bureau, 26.03.2017, 15:11

Targus brings in SmartSurge4, a surge protector, having two USB slots which bring ease to today’s users of mobile devices

Responding to the pragmatic expediency of today’s tech savvy consumers, Targus Inc., the leading provider of IT accessories and life style products, has introduced ‘SmartSurge4’, a surge protector,  fitted with two USB ports. This Surge Protector prevents IT devices from drawing more electricity than what the power multiplier can handle. It disconnects from the power, preventing electrical fires and extends the life of the devices by absorbing the damage caused by unstable voltage.  The Targus SmartSurge protector product is BIS-certified (R41059609) and supported by the use of high quality hardware as well as top-grade manufacturing process.
Manish Aher, Director, Product Marketing & Country Manager, India at Targus Asia-Pacific, said, “Targus SmartSurge4 is designed to reassure anyone worried about sudden power strikes that will damage expensive and most needed devices and equipment. It not only offers protection and multiple outlets, but also includes two USB ports for safe charging of mobile phones, iPad, iPhones, smartphones and medium-sized home appliances.”
Most of today’s devices are vulnerable to overvoltage surge and lightning surges. Some product might not enjoy any warranty, resulting in significant loss of money. Targus SmartSurge4 – equipped with features including overload protection, surge protection up to 1000joules, non-flammable case and USB smart detection – is designed to protect user’s electronic components from failures and breakdown.
Additionally, the device features child safety shutters to prevent toddlers from putting fingers or sharp objects into socket. Recent report from National Fire Protection Association, a leading information and knowledge resource on fire and electrical related hazards, reported that each year approximately 2,400 children suffer from severe shock and burns caused by items being placed into the slots of electrical receptacles. Targus SmartSurge4 is rigorously tested to ensure safety for your family and devices. The new product is priced at Rs. 2,799, covered by two-year warranty.

Key Features 

  • USB Smart Detection
  • Surge protection 1000 joules
  • Non-flammable case
  • Child safety shutter
  • Spaced outlets
  • Heavy duty 2 meters / 6.6 feet power cord
  • Overload [protection


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