Cooler Master outs USNA95 slim notebook power adapter

The Cooler Master USNA95 notebook power adapter comes with a built-in USB port and nine different tips for various brands of notebooks, small enough to fit into the palm of a hand and is aimed to replace your original notebook power adapter.

The compact USNA95 has dimensions of 104 x 62 x 17 mm, can deliver 95W of output power at 19Vdc and also charges USB devices such as smartphones, MP3, iPod, PDA, GPS etc , thanks to its built-in USB port, which Cooler Master boasted up from the standard 500mA output to 1A, allowing some device to charge up to 30% faster than PC USB power. It also have a smart LED indicator, which inform you whether your USB device or notebook is charging properly.

Cooler Master USNA95 notebook power adapter

Backed by a three-year warranty, theUSNA95will be available soon for around €60.

Features:

  • Ultra slim design and light weight for easy storage and portability
  • Delicate surface and texture for stronger durability
  • USB port supports most USB charging device
  • Powerful 1A charges USB devices up to 30% faster than PC USB power
  • UP to 90% efficiency
  • Great cable management with cable clip
  • 9 charger tips compatible with most laptops
  • LED indicator: Green for power-on and Red for USB charger

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