Company claims smallest laptop adapter until now to have made




Company claims smallest laptop adapter until now to have made

The company claims FINsix the smallest and lightest laptop adapter developed until now have: the accessory is four times smaller, and six times as light as a typical laptop power supply. The adapter would also make cheaper and there is also a USB port for charging present.

The power of FINsix can be stopped directly into a wall outlet, like other adapters already on the market such as Apple MacBooks. However, Apple MagSafe 45W-2 is a model, while those of FINsix offers a power of 65W, enough for most of the laptops in the year 2013. In addition, the adapter can charge via the built-in USB port, a second device such as smartphone or tablet.

The exact details makes the company not yet known, but claims that the adapter FINsix four times smaller and is six times lighter than current models. The company places the product on the market in 2014 for an undisclosed price, and there is also a collaboration with a laptop manufacturer announced that the food was going to use. Because of its limited size, the adapter is simple to make and there is little need for material thereby reducing costs, writes Technology Review.

The FINsix adapter can be as small as an invention of MIT scientist David Perreault. The technique makes use of vhf , the frequencies between 30 to 300 MHz, for the drive. The higher the frequency, the smaller the adapter can be, but so far the efficiency of smaller transducers which operate at high frequencies was still low. The researchers from MIT and FINsix have this problem overcome by the energy normally lost in the adapter to be used again. FINsix makes more details available at the CES show in Las Vegas, early January.

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