Cooler Master Debuts USNA 95 Power Adapter For Notebooks And More

Posted: Sep 8 2010, 10:05am CDT | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

Cooler Master Debuts USNA 95 Power Adapter for Notebooks and More
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World's smallest 95W notebook adapter

Cooler Master is more known for its line of computer cases and cooling devices for computers. The company has a lot more than those products to offer though. Cooler master has unveiled the latest addition to its line of gear called the USNA 95.

The USNA 95 is billed as the world's smallest 95W power adapter. The adapter has nine interchangeable tips that allow it to work with most notebooks including those from Dell, Acer, and HP among others. The charger also has a built-in USB port.

That USB port can charge any USB device including devices that need 1A to fully charge. The little adapter measures 2.4" x 0.7" x 4.1" and has LED indicators to show when your device is charging correctly.

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