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Monday, 08 March 2010 11:00

USNA 95 is the most compact 95W adapter

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 2010: Power for notebooks, mobile phones, PMPs, PDAs and other acronyms




USNA 95 is a small all-in-one charger compatible with most laptops and it includes a USB charger too. We saw this device at CES but it is worth showing it one more time as it is recipient of the 2010 iF Product Design Avard.

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According to the CoolerMaster, it can charges USB devices up to 30% faster than PC USB power and as you can plainly see the USNA 95 features a slim design and good portability.

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The dimensions are 62x17x104mm, and it can handle full input input voltage from 100V to 240V with efficiency up to 90%. Total output power is 95W.

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The green LED indicates power on while red LED is for USB charge. Before you buy it go to CoolerMaster's site and check if your notebook is supported.

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