Denver Airport became a super-connected travel hub this week after completing the installation of almost 10,000 charging outlets around the airport.
Colorado’s largest airport has spent $4.7 million on the project, which was started last November and completed this week. They have installed a total of 2,424 power hubs which each allow four separate devices to be charged either in a standard plug socket or one of the two USB port, allowing just under 10,000 electronic devices to be charged at once.
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Airport representatives say that these new charging hubs will give passengers somewhere to charge their electronic devices in virtually every public seating area in the airport, with power outlets spread across all three concourses. The airport spent a further $2.5 million improving their free public WiFi service, which is now said to be the fastest among any large U.S. airport.
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