We have reported on the IDAPT before, like the i2, and I have recently got a chance to try out the i4.
I am pretty certain that I tried out an IDAPT before, and it is essentially a wireless charger without the wireless. Powermat it is not, but the i4 comes with six tips, and three tips can be plugged into the mat. From there, a mobile device such as a phone, camera, portable gaming system, or Bluetooth headset can be plugged in and charged.
I found that the i4 has a mat with a glossy look to it, and charging it involves turning a switch with an LED indicator light to show that the device is charging. I don’t remember the on and off switch being there on other models.
The IDAPT i4 comes with six tips that include the miniUSB, microUSB, Samsung 4, Sony Ericsson 2, iPod/iPhone, and Nokia 2. There are other tips available, which include ones that can charge AA and AAA batteries. By the way, there is a USB port on the side for charging any gadget with a USB charging accessory.
You should be able to get the IDAPT i4 on the IDAPT site for about $59.99 right now.