The FINsix Adapter is capable of charging laptops that consume 65 watts or less. You can determine the power rating of your laptop by checking its user-manual or calling the manufacturer. You can also check the label on your current laptop adapter --- if the power level (in watts) is not provided, you will need to multiply the output voltage (in volts) by the output current (in amps).
Absolutely. The FINsix adapter delivers 65W of power. That means ample current to charge your laptop as fast as your current adapter.
FINsix’s adapter is compatible with laptops from major manufacturers. We will provide a complete list of compatible laptop manufacturers and models once the adapter is available for sale.
Many different types and sizes of power connectors are used across the various laptop manufacturers and models. FINsix will include multiple DC connectors, or “tips” with each adapter to ensure compatibility with a broad range of laptops.
Yes, The FINsix adapter charges your laptop and USB device simultaneously. FINsix’s USB charger is 2.4A (12 watts), so it can fast charge your USB devices.
Yes, FINsix's adapter will meet all applicable regulatory requirements for a laptop charger, including those related to radiated and conducted interference.
Yes. The FINsix adapter has over-voltage protection, short circuit protection, over-temperature protection, and is output current limited.
The nominal output voltage is 19V because this covers the broadest range of laptops on the market.
Yes. The FINsix adapter can be used anywhere in the world. If you are traveling outside of North America, you may need to use a plug adapter in order to plug into local receptacles.
Yes. FINsix is planning to sell its adapter internationally. The models sold internationally will have European and other international plug types. A list of countries where the adapter will be sold will be posted on FINsix’s website once production begins.
The volume is approximately 2.4 in3 and the weight is 45g (1/10th of a pound).
FINsix is considering a range of colors for our adapter. We will be showing a few different colors at the 2014 International CES.
FINsix has not yet established final pricing, but it will be competitive with laptop adapters currently on the market.
Production will begin in mid-2014. Units will be available for presale in March 2014.
The adapter will be sold direct on the FINsix website. It will also be available through a variety of retailers and e-tailers. A list of authorized dealers will be posted on FINsix’s website once production begins.