This Uniq Voyage accessory will make it easier to 'adapt' to any foreign location you visit
IF YOU travel frequently, make sure you don’t head off without the Uniq Voyage World Travel Adapter, a neat little plug in device that’s compatible with the power supply and sockets of more than 150 countries.
The adapter comes with four types of sliding-down male plugs, which are US type, UK type, AU/NZ type and EU type. Power sockets in most countries use one of these four standards.
On top of the adapter, there is a universal female plug that accepts all types of male plugs.
And the adapter is compatible with both 100-250V AC 50/60Hz with 400m power supplies and has a power rating of a maximum of 660 watts of CD power from the 110 volt input and 1,440 watts from the 240 volt input.
The adapter has one USB-C port with fast charging technology and three USB full-size (Type A) ports. So, with just one adapter, you can charge four devices simultaneously.
The USB-C port provides 5V DC 3A Max output while each of the three USB-A ports has 5V DC 2.4A Max output.
I found during the test that the adapter’s USB-C port was capable of charging the MacBook Pro, meaning that a MacBook Pro user can use the same Uniq Voyage to charge the laptop and mobile devices at the same time.
I tried charging the MacBook Pro and three mobile devices at the same time and had no problems whatsoever.
The Uniq Voyage comes with a texturised finish for comfortable grip and even looks sleek.
It also boasts a travel pouch of its own, making it easy to carry around.
Uniq Voyage World Travel Adapter is distributed by RTB Technology for Bt1,490. It is available at Munkong Gadget, Studio 7 by Com7, iStudio by CPW, DotLife, Sound Proof, Lazada, Shopee and Mercular.
For more information, visit www.RTBTechnology.com.
>> Ports: 1xUSB-C, 3xUSB A
>> Input: 100-250V AC 50/60Hz 400mA Max
>> Power rating: |660W Max at 110V, 1440W Max at 240V
>> Fuse rating: 6A Max
>> Individual output: |USB Type C 5V 3A |Max, USB Type A 5VDC 2.4A Max
>> Weight: 300g
>> Warranty: 2 years