Berlin, 3 September 2010. Put an end to the irritating cable clutter in your hand luggage: Innergie (Hall 15.1, Stand 107) presents an amazingly practical alternative with its attractively designed power adapters. These elegant, frost-white adapters are small, light-weight, energy efficient, and universal. A single adapter fits all common notebooks and also charges almost every other portable device. The mCube adapter is available in a variety of choices for use in the office, car and on flights.
At IFA 2010, Innergie will be presenting two world premiers. The mCube Slim, the 2010 iF Design Award honoree, is the world’s slimmest, super compact universal AC power adapter. It is 150g light and measures just 18 mm high by 10 cm wide and therefore, smaller than an iPhone. The mCube Slim can charge two units simultaneously: notebook, mobile phone, satnav, iPhone/iPod, PSP, digital cameras and more. The mCube Slim is also suitable and approved for use on flights. Its intelligent switching technology makes it simple to use and completely reliable. The range includes all connections for current notebooks, along with a practical carrying case.
The Magic Cable puts an end to tangled adapters, so there is no need to carry around several cables for multiple devices. In addition to a retractable 3-in-1 USB charging cable with foldout mini and micro USB connection options, it has a connection for the iPad, iPod and iPhone, and also synchronizes data for portable devices.
Innergie is setting new standards at IFA. As a subsidiary of the world’s largest adapter manufacturer, the company has the expertise to continuously perfect and scale down its technology. The remarkable design of all Innergie products is part of the corporate philosophy. This has already won Innergie many accolades, several iF Design Awards and the CES Innovation Prize.
Innergie was founded in 2008 as a design brand of the world’s largest power adapter manufacturer. It is now one of the leading companies in the field of innovative, environmentally-sensitive, visually attractive power adapters for consumer electronic devices. All AC/DC Innergie products have been awarded the EnergyStar, while complete product line covering all input sources achieves efficiency rates of up to 96% - well above the average.
Innergie’s core expertise is in the development of extremely slim and light designs incorporating ultra-compact technology. This also includes the world’s smallest universal power adapter (The mCube Mini). The group employs more than 65,000 people and has over 35 years of experience in power adapters. Innergie has six research and development offices with several hundred engineers and production sites in various countries, as well as sales subsidiaries in the USA, India, Romania, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and the Netherlands. The company positions itself as a power specialist in the field of strikingly innovative power units with an emotional design.