FSP debuts world’s first USB 3.0 notebook adapter

FSP debuts world’s first USB 3.0 notebook adapter

The power supply maker FSP has announced the NB H line of multifunction notebook adapters. The new company product is the first in the world to feature built-in USB 3.0 ports for excellent data transfer speeds and provides increased laptop connectivity as well as the opportunity to charge mobile devices via the included USB ports.

The NB H uses a single power adapter for both charging and USB functionality and does not require to be plugged in to work as a USB 3.0 hub. The device features various plug adapters for any notebook there is and is as large as a glasses case. There are two models in the line – the FSP NB H 110 offers three USB 3.0 ports and 110W of total power output, while the NB H 65 offers two USB 3.0 ports and total output of 65W. Both models have a blue LED indicator that lights up when the device is working.

All is good except for one thing – the NB H line will reach markets in October 2015. The NB H 65 model will cost EUR 54.99 without VAT, while the more powerful NB H 110 model will sell for EUR 69.99, again excluding VAT.

Source: FSP Group

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