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LilNob: A Powerful & Small GaN Adapter

OSAKA, Japan, Jan. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LilNob: A Powerful GaN Adapter at half the Size of a credit card will be launched on Kickstarter this week by CIO Co., Ltd., a Japanese smartphone accessory company in Osaka, Japan.

LilNob: A Powerful GaN Adapter at 1/2 Size of a Credit Card
LilNob: A Powerful GaN Adapter at 1/2 Size of a Credit Card

LilNob is a multiple-port adapter powered by GaN(Gallium Nitride), which enables it to be the smallest possible size — half the size of a credit card. Devices with USB-C have become widespread, and it has been adopted for many devices such as the latest iPhone, Android devices, tablets, PCs, games, electronic cigarettes, etc. “LilNob” can become one of the most indispensable AC adapters since the USB-C port has become mainstream.

Its power and compactness will save people charging time. LilNob provides incredibly high power and overall convenience with the same size as current AC adapters. The first 100 customers will be able to get LilNob for $37, which is 27% off the market price.

To support this momentous project, here are more details:

  • LilNob is powered by Gallium Nitride, which enables it to be the smallest possible size
  • With the high output of 65W, it can charge a Macbook Pro
  • Multiple ports: 2x USB-C, 1x USB-A
  • 45W + 18W specifications that can charge smartphones and a Macbook at the same time
  • USB-A supports Quick Charge 3.0, up to 30W

About CIO:
CIO Co., Ltd. has been striving to achieve greater convenience for people since 2017. Based on the concept, “delivering the latest and most exciting gadgets”, CIO Co., Ltd. does not just import the products, but is committed to developing new products for customers.

LilNob will be launched on January 14: LilNob on Kickstarter


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