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Imagine the gadgets you think you can fit inside, then subtract one.
Our gadgets are useless when the batteries fade or we misplace their charging cables. Bluelounge’s Sanctuary elegantly solves both problems, charging and storing your electronic devices. The rounded, Plexiglas box conceals a dozen power tentacles to juice up mobile phones, PDAs, iPods, and more. But the Sanctuary is a tease for hard-core gadgeteers; its size only accommodates a few devices.
Charging cables are housed in the belly of the Sanctuary underneath the reversible platform. Compatible with more than 1,500 products out of the box (see www.bluelounge.com/ts_compatibility_list.php for the full list), you pick the few connectors you need from the 12 built-in options, snake them out to the top, and reseat the platform. If your devices aren’t supported, a USB power port is available, or you can just feed the gadget’s original wall adapter through a hole in the box.
We were relieved to have a place to charge and store an iPod, a Nokia phone, and an old Palm PDA. But, shoulder-to-shoulder, those three devices barely fit in the box. What about our Nintendo DS and Sony PSP? Or the other devices we also own but use infrequently? The Sanctuary should have offered shelter for those too.If you have only a few devices on hand, the Sanctuary makes a great storage box/charging station, but it’s just not roomy enough for most gadget hounds.