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Innergie mCube Review  - Innergie mCube Review
Sat, Feb 12 2011 | 9:03AM | Filed under: Computer / SFF PCs| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

Innergie is a company that specialises in consumer power products. Innergie claims that their mCube Mini is the world's smallest auto and travel plane power adapter. In addition to its small size, this DC/DC power adapter is able to charge laptops requiring up to 65W at 15-21V. As such, it should be able to power most consumer-grade laptops, with the exception of certain gaming laptops that might require more than 95W of power. Not only is the mCube Mini small, it has a sleek white design and it comes bundled with a dozen notebook tips to support almost all laptops.


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