Tue, 04 Dec 2012 Innergie mCube Pro universal adapter review
Universal power adapter offers hope for many but not all
- Manufacturer: Innergie
- Pros: Useful charging device; novel design can be split in two; fairly compact and lightweight; more environmentally friendly than some options; 3 year limited warranty.
- Cons: Some devices, brands and models not covered, notably Apple MacBooks; small fiddly slide switch isn't the easiest to use; another device you need to remember to take out with you; array of extras can easily be mislaid.
- Min specs: Dimensions (LxWxH) 128.8 x 70 x 23.6 mm (5 x 2.7 x 0.9 inches); Weight (exclude cables) 199 grams (7 ounces); AC Input 100-240 Vac /1.8A 50-60Hz; DC Input 12-15V / 8A, DC Output 19.5 V DC / 3.3A, 16V DC / 4.06A, 5V DC / 1A, Output Power 70W Continuous 85W Peak, Built-in Protection - Over Current Protection, Over Voltage Protection, Over Temperature Protection, Over Power Protection, Short Circuit Protection.
- Price: Around £60
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Macworld Buying Advice
The mCube Pro from Innergie is a useful accessory to have on your travels, particularly for gadget hungry commuters who are likely to run short of power across a busy day. As a replacement power supply for an array of devices it's also a good bet as long as don't use a MacBook as your main computer.