AT&T ZERO and it’s “the worlds first automatic zero draw charger”. This means that, when left plugged in, it automatically detects when your phone is not connected to it and cuts the power supply from the wall socket – this way saving energy.
AT&T Zero Charger and aims to cut power completely to the charger when the connected device is fully charged, thus saving energy which would other wise be wasted.
It is common knowledge that phone charger when plugged in can still draw power from the mains even when nothing is connected, or a connected phone is fully charged. The new Zero Charger was designed to cut that excess waste.
Designed by Superior Communications, the AT&T ZERO charger has a 5-star efficiency rating and a block-and-cable design “for maximum interchangeability”, allowing customers “to use the same charger for future handsets”.
As well as introducing the new eco-friendly Zero Charger, AT&T have also looked in to packaging the device in a way that makes it even more eco-friendly by using a recycled cardboard container to ship it in.
Zero Eco-Friendly Phone Charger will be available starting May, for price at the moment is unknown, but we should find out in May when AT&T plan to launch it. It will be sold ”in packaging with 100% recycled paper”. Until then, Superior Communications will showcase the AT&T ZERO at CTIA Wireless 2010 (23 – 25 March).
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