Eurocom announces 780 W external PSU for notebooks
Most laptop users are accustomed to carrying around a single AC adapter as Ultrabooks make use of small external PSUs rated for as low as 35 W. Gaming notebooks can require as much as 100 W to 300 W and typically ship with much larger AC adapters to accommodate the higher power demands. At the high-end enthusiast level, however, systems can draw north of 500 W when under extreme loads and may require two independent AC adapters to run properly.
As a reseller of high-end mobile gaming systems and workstations, Eurocom has solved this issue with a special 780 W AC adapter designed specifically for Eurocom notebooks and certain MSI models that utilize four DIN-type connectors. Thus, power-hungry notebooks like the Sky X9E2 or GT83VR will now be able to run at their highest configuration levels with just a single external PSU. Cumbersome Y-splitters are no longer required and the number of outlets and cables needed are effectively cut by half with the introduction of the high-performance adapter.
Extra features of the adapter include a no frills LED panel for displaying power throughput and multiple internal fans for cooling. Check out the source below for more technical details from the manufacturer.
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