Cove  can Store and Charge  Tablets, Smartphones and other Electronic Devices

Cove can Store and Charge Tablets, Smartphones and other Electronic Devices

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We’re pretty sure that you’ve got Smartphones, tablets and iPads and other small electronic devices in your home right now. Chances are, when you store them or charge them, they’re all lying around in separate rooms or places.

The Cove Recharging Center will change that. This Indiegogo project is a small cabinet that can house tablets, smartphones, iPads or any other small device.

This 16.8″ wide x 12.8″ deep x 7″ tall sleek cabinet has five (5) built-in USB ports at 12 watts each. It’s all UL-certified, Griffin-exclusive ChargeSensor circuit. The Griffin circuit adapts itself to any device plugged into it so you won’t have to worry about frying a device.

Cove Cabinet

You can plug this in via its 1.8 meter main power cable and plug it safely to any 110 or 220 volt outlet.

What’s great about the Cove is its non-scratch, non-skid lined shelves. You won’t have to worry about your precious iPads, smartphones and tablets getting scratched.That’s not all. You can pull out the top tray to store cables.
Plus it has a cover so you can hide the clutter of devices nesting or charging in the Cove. The lid acts as a stand as well so you can use your tablet hands-free.

Cove Tablet Stand

Since it’s pretty small, you can put it anywhere. These are the types of furniture that we want for our Smart Home. It has a small footprint and has a few other functions.

It has already met its Indiegogo funding goal but will only start shipping in January 2016. If you want this one, go to its Indiegogo page or click here.


Emir Samonte writes to live. Lives to write? Probably. Family Man, Avid Gamer, Comic Book Reader. Loves tech, sci-fi and heroic fantasy.

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