Samsung’s One-stop Power-up Station
July 10, 2011 by Sharon
If you are one of those who devoted their life to the thrills of catching planes and hopping from country to country, you are sure to understand the frustration of carrying a bundle of the most up-to-date mobile devices with no battery life. Being one the largest provider for mobile devices, Samsung understand your frustration.
Samsung is showing the world how serious they are about ensuring their customers to stay connected with their newly designed charging station. The new lifesaver will first show up at Ronald Regan Washington National Airport.The One-stop Power-up Station will house six electrical 120 volts outlets (U.S voltage), a couple of USB charging outlets and four micro USB mobile phone charging plugs. 20 of these sleekly designed stations will be installed throughout the terminals of Ronald Regan Washington National Airport. It is also equipped with a touchscreen monitor that offers news updates, weather reports corresponding to your destination, games (that’s what I want to hear), flight status (in case the airport’s flight status screen goes black), and a “What’s New” tab where you can check out the latest innovations by Samsung.
Although Ronald Regan Washington National Airport users were the first to experience this new excitement, never ever think that Samsung would neglect their consumers from other regions. Over 500 charging stations have been installed at various locations that include a dozen of major airports, major colleges, the Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN, and The Las Vegas Convention Center. Now that’s one cool way to show their love to customers.