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Andru USB device charger makes for the perfect Android smartphone accessory

Looking for the perfect way to charge your Android smartphone via USB? Well, give the conventional USB-to-power-outlet charger a skip and give this cute little green Android-robot-shaped charger a go instead. Priced at a reasonable $24.99, the Andru USB device charger was built keeping Android fans in mind. With eyes that light up blue and white, Andru comes with a micro USB cable and users are required to plug the robot’s “feet” into power sockets.
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