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world's smallest universal adapter at the IFA Show 2009 in Berlin.

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Good news for all Notebook, Mobile Phone, Mp3 Player and Digital Camera users:

Anyone who is on the road most likely wants to make use of his technical equipment.

One knows exactly the effort it takes to carry all the different power supplies in his bag - considering the extra space and weight it takes. Apart from using the common power plug in the room you might plan to charge your devices in the car or on the airplane. For that again, you need to carry an extra set of DC chargers and suitable adapters. Besides that, mostly just 1 of your devices can be fed with power at a time as typically only one plug is available for charging... 

However, the Power specialist in consumer products "Innergie" has come out with a real "Plug & Play, Worry-Free and One4All" solution - beating the annoying tangle of numerous cables and adapters. That means 1 charger for all devices which adapts automatically to the power needs of the mobile phone, laptop, MP3 players and others.

The mCube90: With a peak output of 90 Watt comes with an extra detachable & the world's smallest DC power cube; suitable for use in your car or in the airplane. The mCube90 is 129 x 70 x 24 mm in size and 263 gram light, powering laptops up to a size of 17 inch. For its slim shape, the mCube90 won 2 prizes, the famous IF Design Award and the CES award for innovation. Besides that, it also meets the high requirements of the "Energy Star".

With only 200 grams in weight and 117 x 57 x 17 mm in size, the ultra slim mCube Light has been developed to replace adapters that power notebooks up to 17" inch in screen size and 70 Watt. The Mcube Lite accepts AC voltages from 110 to 240 Volt (50/60 Hz) on the input site and it provides an output of 19,5 Volt (DC). Smart phones and MP3/Video players can be charged at the same time together with the laptop via the built-in USB port with standard 5 Volt output.

For those who need even more power, Innergie developed the mCube Plus. The 146 x 54 x 33 mm small and 347g light power supply unit offers a continuous output of 100 Watt. It is made to power big size laptops even for models above 17" inch. The mCube Plus actually comes with 2 fast charging USB ports, capable of charging 3 devices at the same time.
With the mCube Mini Innergie presents a special highlight for the IFA 2009 Show.

It looks like an adaptor that is built in a cable, measuring only 60 x 26 x 18 mm in size almost 70 grams in weight. The mCube Mini can charge laptops up to 17" inch even from electrical systems with typically 12 to 15 volt (DC) provided in cars and airplanes. A built-in converter transfers the on-board voltage into normal voltage usable for laptops with 15 to 20 volts.  

For those who only want to power their devices with a USB connection - using a normal power plug for example in trains or hotels - would value the mMini AC very much. With a size of 27 x 27 x 31 mm and a weight of only 24 grams, this innovative adapter delivers 5 Volt fast USB charging power with a 5 watt continuous load.