TeleAdapt, a leading supplier of complete
communications solutions for mobile computer users, is today pleased to announce the
continuing success of the InflightPowerT DC to AC Inverter.
The InflightPower is currently available on board British Airways long
haul flights where it is enjoying increasingly strong sales, and from Dixons, where its availability has been extended to the following Tax Free stores
in the UK:
Birmingham Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Gatwick North, Gatwick South, Glasgow Airport, Heathrow (Terminal 1), Heathrow (Terminal 1-Domestic), Heathrow (Terminal 2), Heathrow (Terminal 3), Heathrow (Terminal 4),
Luton Airport, Manchester Airport (Terminal 1), Manchester Airport (Terminal 2), Manchester Airport (Terminal 3), Stansted Airport, Eurotunnel.
“We pride ourselves on offering best of breed solutions to everyday problems,” says Gordon Brown, Managing Director, TeleAdapt. “The
InflightPower is a versatile product and we are very happy that both
and British Airways are enjoying success with it.”
The InflightPower is a handy power solution that is able to connect to all car cigarette lighters and EM PoweredT airline seat sockets, meaning that
business and pleasure users can power laptops, mobile phones, and personal
CD and DVD players whilst on the move. With its universal connectivity
capabilities the InflightPower is the first in-car/in-flight adaptor to
provide a neat, single-product solution to power access for all mobile
Weighing less than 1lb and providing 75 watts of continuous power, the
InflightPower is also the first DC/AC power inverter to earn the official
approval of the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA). To
safe use, the unit has a number of built in safety features such as a
vehicle low battery cut-out, overload protection if connected device
drains over 75 watts, and spike/surge protection from power surges.
The InflightPower is available from the TeleAdapt website, as well as the
outlets mentioned above, and is priced at UKP 89.99 (inc. VAT).
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