The world’s smallest and lightest laptop charger

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At first, it seems like a great idea to take your laptop or tablet on the road (or in the air), until you factor in the space and weight that cables and chargers take up, and it becomes more hassle than help.

Especially if you’re travelling with carry-on baggage only.

Well, meet DART – the world’s smallest and lightest laptop charger.

In fact, it’s up to four times smaller and six times lighter than most laptop chargers. And it’s versatile too, because it comes with an assortment of tips that make it compatible with almost any PC and Mac computer.

The DART also has an additional USB port that you can use to charge your phone or any other USB devices. And it automatically switches between 100 and 240 volts, so it will charge your devices wherever you are.

Find out more about DART at www.finsix.com

Buy DART at www.uBuy.com.au

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Written by Leon Della Bosca

Leon Della Bosca is a voracious reader who loves words. You'll often find him spending time in galleries, writing, designing, painting, drawing, or photographing and documenting street art. He has a publishing and graphic design background and loves movies and music, but then, who doesn’t?

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