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Cooler Master SNA 95 Universal Power Adapter review - Cooler Master SNA 95 Universal Power Adapter review
Wed, January 20 2010 | 9:01AM | PermaLink Feedback?
If you own five different brands of laptops in your household, chances are that, you will have five different AC adapters that are simply not compatible with each other. Heck, if you own five laptops from the same manufacturer in different product lines, chances are that you would still have five different AC adapters! What gives? If you ever lose, break, or just want an extra power adapter later on, you are most likely to go hunting for an OEM or proprietary replacement unit from various channels. While this has thankfully not happened to me in particular in the past, recently, I found it particularly interesting to see one of my friends spending a whopping $60 on a replacement power adapter for her four year old laptop. It's hard to say that her laptop in particular is even worth $60 nowadays in the first place, haha; and if she was to buy a new laptop anytime soon, that's pretty much a guaranteed sixty bucks down the drain. In the modern computer world, there must be something that provides a more viable solution than what I have just described above. I've searched high and low, and at seemingly just the right time Cooler Master steps into the scene and promises to solve these problems and beyond, once and for all. The Cooler Master SNA 95 (SNA standing for Slim Notebook Adapter) is a universal power adapter that comes with nine different tips out of the box for compatibility with majority of the laptops out there. Not only that; it features an auxiliary USB power port for charging your electronics, as well as being marketed as the smallest 95W laptop power adapter available on the market today. Price, you ask? No more than the average aftermarket proprietary replacement power adapter(!). But is it really as good as it sounds on paper? Read on to find out in our last review for the year!
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