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Cooler Master Announces Slim Notebook Adapter (SNA) 95

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  1. btarunr

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    Long renowned as one of the top providers of power supplies in desktop computing, Cooler Master makes a move into universal notebook power adapters with the SNA (Slim Notebook Adapter) 95; targeting business travelers carrying a notebook and other USB devices. With a sleek design and being the slimmest 95W notebook adapter available, the SNA 95 was immediately recognized as one of COMPUTEX 2009’s hottest products by receiving the Design & Innovation Award 2009.

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    Complete Mobile Power Solution
    SNA 95 was built based on the simple notion of providing power not only for notebooks, but any USB charged electronic devices. The multiple tips provided allows it to charge most notebooks sold (check our website for list of compatible models: http://www.coolermaster.com/support/sna95.php). SNA 95 also has a USB port on the side to charge USB devices.

    Slim Design
    As the smallest 95W adapter in the world, SNA 95 fits nicely into any notebook carrying bag when not in use. This slim design also makes it a very attractive accessory to complement prized notebooks.

    Tidy Up
    A bonus removable H-shaped reel can be used to twirl the power cable for added neatness when in storage. No more tangled and messy cabling. A handy carrying bag is also included to store the power tips when not in-use.

    Smart LED identification
    White LED indicator lights up when your notebook is powered on. If a USB device is charging, the LED intelligently switches to a blue LED.

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    This looks pretty cool being that it is very slim. I like that it can power up to 150W.
     

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