Stylish 95W Universal Adapter
Built to provide more power, the mCube Plus supplies up to 95 watts of continuous power to your laptop, along with 2 USB ports for compatible devices. Use it at home or in office to support your heavier-duty devices.
How mCube Plus works
The mCube Plus is a compact adapter with unique features. Keep the mCube Plus at home or take it with you to your office to charge your powerful laptop in addition to two other USB devices.
Multi Purpose Universal Adapter
Carry only one single adapter to power up your notebook and USB chargeable devices at the same time.
USB Charging x2
With special design USB power ports. It gives you the capability of charging all your standard USB devices two at a time.
With extremely high power efficiency, you can reduce your energy costs and reduce your CO2 emission.
Never worry about unstable voltage anymore, the built-in protections ensure Innergie products are safer than ever.
Charge most popular brands of notebooks between 18-21 volts, up to 17" in LCD size, and 95 watts consumption. Including Acer, Asus, Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, Gateway, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Sony, Toshiba, and more. Free tip support to ensure Innergie offers the widest laptop compatibility coverage.
About Voltage & Wattage:
Why do I need to check compatibility?
Your devices may each require a different voltage to charge. If the voltage output of a charger/adapter doesn't match the requirements of a particular device, the charger may not work with it correctly or at all.
Why is it important to know about wattage?
To put it simply, devices with higher wattage will generate more heat. If you were to use an adapter or charger that supports a wattage level lower than the requirements of your device, you could potentially burn out your adapter or your device in the process. To make things worse, overheating electronic devices and equipment can result in a serious fire hazard!
There are two ways to find this information:
Method 1: Check the label attached to the bottom of your notebook.
Method 2: Check the label attached to the bottom of your original notebook adapter.
The Wattage requirement of your device can be determined using the following equation:
Voltage x Current = Wattage
The "Current" is also displayed on the voltage requirement label of your device in the form of "Amps", (the number followed by an "A"). For example, here is the equation:
19V x 3.42A = 64.98W (65W)
In the example, As long as you purchase an adapter that supports at least 65 watts, you are good to go.