FSP Announced Notebook Power Adapter With Built-In USB 3.0 Hub




/ 5 years ago

FSP NB H

FSP Group has some great power supplies, although they’re mostly used as OEM models by system builders. But they range from off-size tiny and specialized ones onto full-fledged ATX power supplies for high-end systems. This time around they bring out something a little different that very well could be considered the most powerful USB hub.

Okay, all the power isn’t really used for the USB hub, but it’s rather a universal power supply for notebook and ultrabook users and it has a built-in USB 3.0 hub.

FSP NB H 110

There will be two models of the new NB H series of power supplies, the NB H 110 with 3 USB 3.0 ports and a 110W total output and the smaller version called the NB H 65 with two USB ports and 65W power output.

One could argue that it’s an irrelevant feature as one just could get an over-the-counter random USB hub, but when you’re on the go you want to have as few devices with you as possible. Having the power supply and USB hub in one saves you half the load and space in your backpack or purse.

FSP NB H 65

The NB H 65 and NB H 110 are scheduled to be available in stores this October 2015 for the suggested retail price of €54.99 and €69.99 respectively.



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