There are several types of digital devices nowadays, and over a hundred different models. When at work, there is a very high likelihood that you will be bringing at least one smart device along with your laptop. Sometimes, you use two separate phones — one for work and one for yourself.
It’s easy if all your devices are of the same model — or brand, at least — but what if they aren’t? Are you going to bring all your chargers every day to work, and possibly to meetings? You might be able to borrow from your teammates, but even then, you’re still risking finding a dead phone in your bag with no means to recharge. Your best bet against these situations is a universal travel adapter.
While almost all modern smart devices rely on USB to both transfer data and recharge, the problem lies in the outlets themselves. You might be able to find a standard two-hole socket where your charger can fit in at least half the time, but there’s still a possibility that you’ll find your phone low on batteries and you have nowhere to plug your charger into.
This may not be much of a worry if you are in the office most of the time. But if your work entails going to different locations on a regular basis, then there’s always a risk of running low on batteries. And you can’t keep bringing all your chargers for your devices all the time because it’s too much of a hassle.
With a universal travel adapter, there’s no need to worry. Regardless of the number of devices you bring or their respective brands and models, you won’t have to bring each one’s phone charger. Just pack your travel adapter and USB cables, and you’ll be all set.